The idea of inter-relatedness of everything is quite prevalent between the monks and the monastery as well. The monastery sustains the lively needs of the monks while the monks are responsible for the lineage to transcend generations.
The hundreds of monks currently living and learning at the monastery, form a community in their own. And a community has its fair share of needs – food, clothes, running clean water, electricity, stationary, medical supplies and more. The cost associated with all of these are efficiently managed by the monastery administration with the help of direct or indirect donations received from the well-wishers. The monastery feels grateful towards them as these donations help sustain the day-to-day life of the monks while also play a huge part in maintenance of infrastructure, buildings and facilities available to the monks.
The monks rejoice the opportunity to have been able to learn the ways of Neydo and Buddhism as a whole, at the monastery. The monks relay the Neydo teachings to who-ever reaches out to them, safe-guarding the time-less existence of the tradition. During their stay at the monastery, they also help maintain and look after the monastery surroundings. A clean environment has always been the utmost goal, not just for the health and hygiene of the monks but also for the monastery to thrive.