The master naturally feels responsible for the behavior of his servant. He's therefore not happy if his servants behave well only in his presence. There must also be good behavior in his absence. He needs to know how you associate with each other, appreciate each other, overlook the faults of each other and see the good qualities in each other. He's concerned that you can come together to glorify the Lord despite all obstacles, in spite of all the extra baggage (anarthas) we carry with us into this movement.
July 22, 2012, Lithuania Festival