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"…the so-called religious system, they also think like that. Just like the Christians. They go to church, "O God, give us our daily bread." So this bread-supplying business is like that: "God simply supplies bread and we eat and we enjoy." Similarly, the Hindu system also there is: "O God, give me some money. I am very poor. I am suffering from disease. Please cure it." And so everywhere you will find some motive in religiosity. So religion does not mean to solve the economic problem…On account of this motivated religion, the communists are taking advantage, and they are preaching Godlessness." (Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.1.2 -- Caracas, February 23, 1975)