G uru, sādhu and śāstra – sādhu is also there. Not just guru. Now devotees say, “Oh, I have my guru!” But you didn’t have your guru before! Devotees brought you to your guru, devotees explained so many things to you. But why so many devotees feel like that? Because their faith is lost! They see that others cheat, do this, that, this happens, that happens…then they become very, very distrustful. They don’t believe in anybody. They don’t believe in anything. Ultimately they don’t even believe in themselves either. This disbelief is an all-devouring beast! It consumes our own self-confidence also – then we don’t want to even make one step ahead. Guru, sādhu and śāstra – these three things are sung about in Vaiṣṇava poetry, and its what the Śrīmad Bhāgavatam is all about. These things are there to help us in the world, and we must keep our high respect and regard for them.