Even if devotees excuse those who insult them, Krishna takes a diffrent position and he is strict on this matter. Krishna will not excuse or tolerate any insult of his devotees. If we want to please Krishna, we must never insult his devotees. — Lecture on Bhagavad Gita, 01.26-27, London, 1973.
We have to be very enthusiastic and eager to accomplish wonderful things for God, but it must always be with a focus on the higher principle. It must always be harmonized with the higher principle of pleasing Him.
By chanting of Hare Krishna, you have the Lord with you and He satisfies you. He pleases you. You are pleased with your Lord. He is also the Lord of your heart.
Although by taking bath in Radhakunda one becomes very dear to Lord Sri Hari, still, if he takes bath anywhere in the name of pleasing Lord Hari, he pleases him as well.
There may be unlimited reasons for us to argue and not co-operate but there is one sufficient reason for us to love and co-operate, that is, it is pleasing to God.
The governing principle for our activity should be to do what is favourable for pleasing Krishna.