750102 - Letter to Adi-kesava written from Bombay
- Hare Krishna Land, Gandhi Gram Rd.
- Juhu, Bombay 400 054 India
Jan. 2nd, 1975
Adi Kesava das brahmacari
ISKCON, 72 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, Mass. 02116
My dear Adi Kesava das,
Please accept my blessings. I am in due receipt of your letter dated Dec. 24th, 1974 and have noted the contents carefully.
The thing is, we should have a little common sense in all activities. The example can be given that women by nature, do not forget to dress very nicely although always engaged in household affairs. Deity worship or lecturing in the colleges is just as important as book distribution. So, these things must be done very nicely and at the same time, book distribution should be done. Not that we should do one thing at the sacrifice of another. That requires a little common sense. Factually, we should be engaged 24 hours in Krishna's service and everything should be done very nicely and perfectly.
I hope this meets you in good health.