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August 4

We tend to see people according to the roles we play in social intercourse. If we're not careful, we start thinking, “He does this, he does that. I don’t like the way he does that, I don’t like the way she does this”, and we start categorizing people according to the habits we don’t like about them. Because we play different social roles and because the material world is not completely harmonious, we become disharmonious. We avoid doing anything together which would break down this barrier, and which would allow us to see each other as a servant of Krsna.

August 19, 2012, Boston