The timing is perfect. The Swami’s movement has a strong foothold in Britain; Krishna’s name is being heard daily – over the radio, on the telly, in newspapers, and in periodicals – by millions of people throughout the land. Swamiji landed in the UK to greet his old disciples and meet his many new ones, and to deliver his most powerful interview yet to the world press – then be whisked off in a Rolls-Royce with a liveried driver to one of the poshest mansions in England, the guest of one of the most famous people in the world. Prabhupad’s five-story temple in the heart of London is under lavish construction, and money is flowing in. We’ve never seen the Swami looking so good. His beauty dazzles our eyes. And we’re struck by how gracefully he has settled into these radical new surroundings, as if only moments had passed since we’d last met. We are overwhelmed with relief and the sense that we’ve done the right thing, a job well done, and a conviction that Krishna is real and actively helping us, that right now we are the most special people in creation and that right here is better than heaven – waves of pleasure flow through our bodies. How glorious is our spiritual master.