| "The rabbits, when they face one hunter and it understands that 'Now my life is in danger', he closes his eyes. He thinks that 'The problem is solved'. (laughs) And peacefully he is killed. (laughs) You see? Similarly, their problems are there, but we are closing our eyes: 'Oh, there is no problem. We are very happy'. That's it. (laughter) So this is called māyā. The problem is not solved, but they are thinking that problem is solved by closing the eyes. That's all. Now, here is the solution of problem, as Kṛṣṇa says in the fourteenth verse, Seventh Chapter, of Bhagavad-gītā: "It is very difficult to surmount the problems offered by the laws of material nature, but one who surrenders unto Me, he overcomes." Therefore we are teaching this Kṛṣṇa consciousness to solve the problems of life. "