Morning Walk , Detroit , 1975-08-04
Prabhupāda: Big fish? [laughter]
Ambarīṣa: That's a catfish.
Ambarīṣa: A catfish.
Ambarīṣa: Cat. Catfish.
Brahmānanda: A very low class fish. It eats the stool of the other fish.
Prabhupāda: Oh. Black? It is black?
Mādhavānanda: Yes. Black. Yes.
Prabhupāda: We call magur mach. One who cannot digest anything, he is recommended to eat this fish, magur mach. Jīvo jīvasya jīvanam [SB 1.13.47]. One living entity is the life of another living entity. [japa] [break]
Mādhavānanda: Is it wet?
Satsvarūpa: Ambarīṣa? Is there another way we can go? It's wet.
Ambarīṣa: We can go back around on the road and then walk along that road over there. [devotees chanting japa] [break]
Prabhupāda: Grass is coming out. Where is the chemical? How the grass is coming out from the stone side? Harer nāma harer nāma [Cc. Ādi 17.21]. [break] ...he will go?
Śrī Govinda: Around the island. Right around the island.
Prabhupāda: Very fast going, but where he will go? [break] ...victory?
Brahmānanda: Admiral Perry.
Satsvarūpa: He defeated the British in 1812.
Brahmānanda: Oh, he was an American.
Prabhupāda: Admiral Perry.
Brahmānanda: Admiral Perry. He defeated the British in the War of 1812.
Prabhupāda: Oh. [break] ...church tower?
Brahmānanda: None of our men have ever been here, I don't think.
Prabhupāda: We shall go that way? [break] ...piece of grass coming out. Another [indistinct]. [break]
Prabhupāda: So where is Canada?
Mādhavānanda: Right there.
Prabhupāda: That side. [end]