Prabhupada. Always keeping things in perspective and enabling us to see the world through his eyes of rare wisdom, spoiling forever our impulse to gratify the body’s senses. Next he tells us that in earlier times, the maharajas would keep elephants as a symbol of their great wealth. “And above all precious elephants, the white elephant was supreme. When a maharaja happened to find an English wife, they used to say he was keeping a ‘white elephant.’ Now you American boys and girls, you are my white elephants. Everyone is seeing my dancing white elephants.” We roar with laughter – but the name sticks: Prabhupada’s dancing white elephants.