Materialism cannot satisfy us. It could satisfy our senses, our mind. Some entertainment, some body satisfaction, mind satisfaction - but soul’s satisfaction? Not possible. The soul could be only satisfied when the soul makes Krishna the object.
When shraddha is fixed and steady then we are “nisthavan.” It means no more U-turns, no more looking back: only going forward, no ups and downs with your Krishna consciousness.
Those who are supposed to be assisting us and doing us that favor, if we end up offending them in some way, mentally, physically, vocally, there is some offences committed by us, then that offence takes the form of an elephant and enters your garden and could trample all that you had been trying to [...]
It is the consciousness that makes Goloka or makes Vrindavan or Mayapur or Jagannatha Puri, the consciousness of the residents there.