Māyā’s Work is to Disturb Our Progress (03/31/10)
I have no desire whatsoever to see you go away from the mission and ‘live outside’. We can work thru this and find a way.
I have been talking about your coming to _____ with me in July and ALL the devotees are VERY fired up about the idea. I was hoping you would feel the same way and be a part of what we are doing. The _____ project is also happening this summer. Truly I love you dearly, but you just really bug me sometimes:).
I will not be returning to India until third or fourth week of May and I humbly request that you meet me in either _____ or _____ (as you wish).
We need to do this thing so that we both know that there is mutual love, affection and appreciation between us. Then wonderful things can happen. You are not left out and I am sorry if I have made you to feel that way. But being an armadillo, I am sometimes not very sensitive toward others. I’m always too busy doing battle with the things that try to disturb our mission.
There are so many wonderful things happening. It’s really not the time to let anything interfere with our mission. That is Māyā’s work to try and disturb our progress. We really need to work on this and make progress.
That is how I feel about everything.