If we think in this way, there will be quarrels among us

“Understanding that the servant of the guru should be deeply respected, Raghunatha dasa Gosvami always saw Sanatana Gosvami and Rupa Gosvami as his gurus. We should also have this behavior amongst ourselves, for that will create love between us.

We may think, “I am guru. He knows nothing. He is not as good a servant of our Gurudeva as I am. He doesn’t even know any siddhanta.” If we think in this way, there will be quarrels among us, and now this is going on: “I am the only acarya and no one else is qualified.” Where there is hating and similar mentalities, that place is kali-rajya, the kingdom of Kali.”

Śrīla Bhaktivedānta Narāyana Gosvāmī Mahārāja

The religion of honouring all others

“Sri Guru, the Vaisnavas, and Bhagavan – even remembrance of these three obliterates all obstacles.
By extolling their qualities the heart is cleansed and the multitude of vices (anarthas) and impediments to the process of bhajana are cast far away. No vanity or egotism can survive in a heart that is honestly rapt in hearing, chanting and remembering the glories of Sri Guru and Bhagavan.

Such persons have been initiated into the religion of honouring all others, with no expectation of receiving respect in return. They have already abandoned all such adversities to bhajana. This indeed is the undeniable and conclusive truth.”

Sri Srimad Bhaktivedanta Vamana Gosvami Maharaj

True harmony

Proper harmony, or order, leads to coherence, unity and the absence of impediments. Conversely, artificially making everything equal without considering virtue and fault or qualification and disqualification cannot be called harmony.

It is not true harmony to try to please everybody in every way saying that all are equal. To try to please everybody means to please nobody.

Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Goswami Maharaja in Introduction to Srimad Bhagavad-gita