Tamal Krishna Goswami : Jayananda was supporting the temple single-handedly, and Prabhupada said that that wasn't fair. He said all of the brahmacharis should go out and get jobs. So we did, and everyone did what they knew best. I remember Vishnujana made bamboo flutes and stood on Haight Street playing Hare Krishna on a flute all day. Gurudas and I worked for Kodak, but I felt it was yoga because I gave my whole paycheck to the temple. Every day at lunch break I'd go out with Gurudas and take lunch, and we'd have kirtan. That lunch break was the only thing that saved me, but after a month or two the job was unbearable. Gargamuni went to Montreal and talked to Prabhupada, and Prabhupada said that if we didn't want to work like this then we should chant on the streets. So we had an istagosti and discussed the idea. I volunteered to organize the sankirtan because I wanted to get out of that Kodak job. I was ready to do anything to get out of that job. In the first letter that I wrote to Prabhupada, I told him the results of our street sankirtan.