(Srila Prabhupada in the courtyard of 26 Second Avenue, New York, 1966)

"We collect money with so much hard labor. But, one thing is that the money is not important. If the man goes away taking our money that is our discredit. The man is more important than the money. We admit everyone to our society, including the cheater, the drug addicted, all qualified. We should take the responsibility to train them. Why has he left? It is our responsibility to train and rectify them."

(Srila Prabhupada Letter, August 3, 1975)
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