We are not the body; we are spiritual beings trapped in the body. Our real interest lies in understanding this simple fact.

His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Srimad-Bhagavatam 6.15.3, Purport

There is no consideration of superior or inferior status due to social position in regard to worshiping Krsna. In worldly occupation there are different activities according to the different social division, which are due to superior and inferior grades of intelligence. There are no such distinctions in the process of devotional service.

Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura
Bhaktyaloka, Chapter 12

There is no death like infamy, there is no enemy like anger, there is no sin like criticizing others, and there is no intoxicating liquor like delusion.

Narada Purana 1.7.54

When relished with love in countless ways through service rendered constantly by the tongue, the nectar of Sri Krsna's name delights the heart. Who can describe the unequaled excellence of that nectar of Sri Krsna's holy name?

Messengers from Vaikuntha to Gopa-kumara
Brhad-Bhagavatamrta 2.3.159

There is only one God for everyone. The Hindus and Muslims are different in many ways. Still, the truth is that the Koran and the Puranas describe the same one God. The one God is pure, eternal, undivided, unchanging, perfect, and complete. He lives in everyone's heart. As God gives them the idea, so everyone in the world acts. Following their own scriptures, all the people of the world speak of God's names and qualities. God knows everyone's nature. Anyone who attacks others attacks God Himself.

Srila Haridasa Thakura
Sri Caitanya-Bhagavata, Adi-khanda 16.76-81

If you cannot purify yourself by any endeavor whatsoever, then just go sit with the Vaisnavas and you will achieve all auspiciousness.

Sri Ramanujacarya
(Quoted in Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura's Bhaktyaloka)

One should learn how to associate with the devotees of the Lord by gathering with them to chant the glories of the Lord. This process is most purifying. As devotees thus develop their loving friendship, they feel mutual happiness and satisfaction. And by thus encouraging one another they are able to give up material sense gratification, which is the cause of all suffering.

Sri Prabuddha
Srimad-Bhagavatam 11.3.30