Letter to: Gurudasa

To:
Gurudasa
Date:
May 4
Year:
1970
Place:
Los Angeles

London 

My dear Gurudasa, 

Please accept my blessings. I hope everything is going on well in your center. 

As each and every ISKCON Center is my life and soul for preaching this movement, I hope you are doing your best to conduct the regular routine duties of the Temple—chanting regularly the beads, observing the restrictive regulations, taking Sankirtana Party to the streets, and selling our magazines and books. 

Now at the present moment, I am concentrating my energy in this Los Angeles Center as ideal for all other centers in respect of Deity worship, Aratrik, Kirtana and other necessary paraphernalia. As I have curtailed my moving program, I wish that you may come here at your convenience and stay here for a few days and see personally how things are going on; and by meeting with me personally for necessary instruction, I hope simultaneously in all Centers the activities will be of the same standard. 

Hope this will meet you in good health, and more when we meet. 

Your ever well-wisher,
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami 

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