If we do not do our best to bring Krishna Consciousness to other beings, we are acting violently toward them. If we do not act to relieve suffering in others, we are doing them an injustice. Krishna Consciousness means the real end of all suffering, so everyone has the right to Krishna Consciousness.
The pursuit of Krishna consciousness itself is so joyful, imagine how much bliss one experiences on attaining the goal!
3 R's of Krishna Consciousness: 1. Receive higher knowledge, 2. Reflect upon the relevance of it and then 3. Rectify your goals and lifestyle.
Our Krishna consciousness movement is one drop from the ocean of Krishna prema in Srila Prabhupada's. Dive in it!
When we lose the desire to change that means we are stagnant in Krishna Consciousness because we think we are perfect.
The worst thing that can happen to advanced devotees who are fixed in Krishna consciousness is that they will go back to the spiritual world. Thus, they are enabled by calamitous situations to go back to Krishna more quickly. It is a part of the process of devotion that from time to time everyone must be tested in various ways. When we take to devotional service we are declaring war against Maya. We are on a battlefield, engaged in our own battle of Kuruksetra. We shouldn’t read the Bhagavad-gita and think that it is merely some fascinating ancient history and philosophy. We should also understand that Arjuna is representing every person who is trying to take shelter of Krishna. Arjuna had to undergo bewilderment and serious choices, but Krishna was present to protect him.
Reference: Reflections On Sacred Teachings – Volume Six: Radha-Sunya: Missing Mercy, Chapter 2