1. No more glowworms

    This revolutionary movement is eyesore for many, because if this movement become successful, then the so-called so many philanthropists, they will have no position. There is an economic theory: bad money drives away good money. So when the good money is not available in the market, the bad monies are there. There is example in the Bhagavata that in the rainy season, when the sky is covered with clouds, at time the glowworms become very prominent. Glowworms.

    But when the sky is clear, there is moonshine, these glowworms has no meaning. So in the world there are so many glowworms, because real knowledge is covered. They do not know. They have forgotten what is Krsna; therefore all these this rascal glowworms they are prominent.

    But this movement is clearing the clouds, bringing out the moon, sreyah-kairava-candrika-vitaranam.

    Srila Prabhupada – Lecture on SB 6.1.44 recorded on December 26, 1970 in Surat, India