1. The actual meaning of “Good morning”

    As other people out strolling approached us, Prabhupada often greeted them by saying, “Good morning.” After several greetings he stopped and asked us, “What is the meaning of saying, ‘Good morning’?”

    “It is a kind of friendly exchange,” I said.

    “It is a way of wishing each other good,” said Sudama.

    “No,” said Prabhupada. “The real thing is that in England, it is rarely a sunny morning. So when finally there is sun, people say, ‘Good morning’. Similarly, in the material world there is always darkness, and that dark cloud is the desire of the living entity to be master.”

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