Letter to: Mukunda—New Vrindaban–10 June, 1969—London
2106) Whether I know one should accept what is under consideration! Taught by Srila Prabhupada!
—————– I understand that you have now three houses under consideration: two of them are immediately available, but one requires some money. Why don’t you pay the money? What is the amount? If you are short of money and the house is very nice, then we can arrange for the money. You have stated that Mr. George Harrison will be seeing the Archbishop for granting us a church, and that is a very nice idea, but so far I see Mr. Harrison promised so many things which were not fulfilled practically. So instead of waiting for the church, if you can get one of the three houses now under consideration, that will be better. ————————————–