720523 - Letter to Sudama written from Los Angeles
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
Date: May 23,1972
Camp: Los Angeles ISKCON
My Dear Sudama,
Please accept by blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated May 1972 and I have noted the contents carefully. I am very glad to hear that there is an increase in classes and that the mantra class is being held daily twice. In this way if we always concentrate on reading our literature then there will be no difficulty to preach. Nor will the mind wander to other subjects. By reading these books regularly we become more and more convinced in Krishna Consciousness. And if we become more convinced, that will spread the potency of Lord Chaitanya's sankirtan movement with great strength.
I have received one letter from the boy Satyadev and I think he is doing very nicely there as president. I think it is a good idea for you to start your center in the city of Tokyo and also to keep the ashram where I was staying. The Indians there in Tokyo will help you. You can first of all solicit their help in this matter by first making them life members, just as we have done in London. I am also glad to hear that Trivikram has become enthusiastic for helping you in this way.