There is only one guru.
Krishna is the guru, and anyone who is seamlessly integrated
with Krishna, acting only according to the dictation of Krishna, on
impulse of the Whole, Krishna. The guru is the instrument of
Krishna, acting soley for the interests of Krishna, just as the hand is
acting spontaneously, seamlessly for the interest of the whole body.
There is only one guru. Not two Krishnas. And that guru
is seamlessly integrated with Krishna. Now in ISKCON there are so many gurus,
80 or more, and they are all not in agreement. Why are they in
conflict? Prabhupada was one man, and his achievements were phenomenal.
80 gurus means they should have accomplished 80 times as much,
but what have they done? How can they disagree? Guru means
Krishna, Krishna's extension, like the hand, ear, eye. He is the person
acting in concert with the Whole. Even if there are many gurus,
they will act in harmony, not in discord. Like the parts of a machine,
all acting harmoniously as the Whole. Every one of the parts is a "guru".
So if many gurus and they are in disagreement, something is