"Among all these innumerable living entities, there are two types—those
who can move and those who cannot. Those who can move can be further divided
into those who live in the air, in the water, and on the land. 
Among the entities that move and live on the land, there are very few species
"Among them, there is a very small number of men. Among men there are
mlechchhas, pulindas, bauddhas, and savaras. 
There are also different kinds of men—mlecchas, bauddhas, savars,
pulindas. There are many qualities of people—there are people in some
countries who eat other people. Have you heard about the Amazon jungle in
Brazil? There are men living there too, but what do they do? What do they
eat? What is their lifestyle like? They are called pulinda—they wear no
clothes and eat men or some roots of the trees.
veda-nistha-madhye ardheka veda 'mukhe' mane
veda-nisiddha karya kare, dharma nahi gane
"Among those who follow the Vedas, half only say they follow the Vedas. They
do what is forbidden by the Vedas and have no consideration for religion.
Some say, "I am following the Vedas," but they are actually not following it.
(The Vedas means four Vedas—Rig, Sama, Yajur, and Artharva.) There are
such people here, in Nabadwip, and in other places in India who think they
are following the Vedas but at the same time do what is forbidden by the
Vedas. They actually do not follow any religion, dharma nahi gane.
Some follow some religion and think that what they are doing is karma-nistha
(fruitive work). It means they think, "We are eating, we are sleeping, we are
enjoying—we are doing what the dogs are doing, which is the same thing.
That is our lifestyle." They do their own work, their own things, and think
everywhere it is the same: they are very busy pursuing their own interest.
They have no idea that one day they will die.
"A devotee of Krishna has no desires and is always peaceful. Those who have
material desires, desire for liberation or desire for some perfection are
always lusty and never know any peace. 
Devotees of Krishna have no material desires. They always think about the
Lord, they always think about the happiness of the Lord, and do everything
for the Lord. Krishna-bhakta, a devotee of Krishna, is 'niskam'—they
have no material desires; they are 'santa'—quiet, peaceful, they are
not chanchal (চঞ্চল, their mind is not fickle). Those who have some material
desire, who are lusty, who want liberation, who have some other desires, are,
on the contrary, fickle-minded, not peaceful-minded...
His Divine Grace Srila Bhakti Nirmal Acharya Maharaj is reading from Sri
Chaitanya-charitamrita, chapter 22: 'If those who want enjoyment,
liberation or some mystic powers, get good intelligence and practise Krishna
consciousness intensely, they get the service to Krishna.'
'To the Supreme Lord, whose form is the embodiment of eternal existence, knowledge, and bliss, whose shark-shaped earrings are swinging to and fro, who is beautifully shining in the divine realm of Gokula, who [due to the offence of breaking the pot of yogurt that his mother was churning into butter and then stealing the butter that was kept hanging from a swing] is quickly running from the wooden grinding mortar in fear of Mother Yasoda, but who has been caught from behind by her who ran after Him with greater speed—to that Supreme Lord, Sri Damodara, I offer my humble obeisances.'