A cat carries its kittens in its mouth and it also catches a rat in its mouth. Superficially, the catching of the rat and the kitten appear to be one and the same, but actually they are not. When the cat catches the rat in its mouth it means death for the rat, whereas when the cat catches the kitten, the kitten enjoys it.
When the soul leaves this body, then what is it? It has no value, a lump of matter, just like a motorcar. So as long as it is moving, it is worth one lake, and as soon as it does not move, it is simply a lump of iron and copper and something. Who cares for it? It is thrown away. Same thing. The body has no value. It has value as long as the soul is there.
The Camel is a kind of animal that takes pleasure in eating thorns. The thorns, mixed with fresh blood, create a taste for the foolish camel and so he enjoys the thorn-eating business with false pleasure. A person who wants to enjoy family life or the worldly life of so-called enjoyment is compared to the camel.
So go on with your organisation for distribution of my books through press and other modern media and Krishna will certainly be pleased upon you. we can use everything Television, radio, movies or whatever there may be to tell about Krishna and outside of devotional service all these modern paraphenalia are just so much rubbish.
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