In the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, there are several chapters entitled ‘Advice to Householders’ etc. Sri Ramakrishna’s advice to householders is a great subject. When we say ‘householder’, it means that it concerns 99.9 per cent of the population. That means the people at large. How shall they live their life is a very great question. There is one sentence in Swami Vivekananda’s lecture where he says, ‘I don’t call anyone a Hindu who is not spiritual.’ What a beautiful idea it is! They must be spiritual, not merely religious; to be religious is very easy; put on a sandal mark or ashes on your forehead, you become a Hindu; put on a cross, you become a Christian; and put on a moon crescent on the cap, you become a Muslim. Thus, it is easy to become religious.