Haribol!I have been Krishna consciousness for some years now. My relatives were my first exposure to Krishna devotees and that was when I got to know that vegetarian people exist in this world. I am an Indian but not an Indian national so my knowledge about diet and religion was just that much at 9 years old of age.I was about 13 years old when I started reading the Gita because I had no friends in school. I was frustrated about life and I was curious about the path of devotion my relatives had taken up and the reading was in search for the answer I was seeking for. I was reading an online though.At that time, I didn't know that we had the Bhagavad Gita As it Is at home. When I knew that I had it at home, I read the hard copy book instead of going online.But the thing is, the Bhagavad Gita belongs to my uncle who lent it to my father who never actually read it much. It so happened that my father never returned the book and my uncle never tried retrieving it from my father, and it laid there untouched, all dusty, on our showcase.As I started reading the Bhagavad Gita, I developed an attachment towards the scripture and towards this particular copy. I find it difficult to let it go off of my possession.Sometimes I feel that I should return that copy of Bhagavad Gita to my uncle. He is not a devotee. It did cross my mind that only if he had it in his possession, maybe he would have gone through a life-changing realisation and would have become a devotee. At the same time, I am afraid to give the book back to him in fear that the Bhagavad Gita would not get the respect and treatment it deserves in the hands of the copy's old master.What should I do? That was the copy of Bhagavad Gita which changed my life and influenced my sister to change herself too. I am indebted to that particular Bhagavad Gita copy. Should I let it go? Should I give it back to my uncle?Please guide me, oh Vaishnavas. I have no other shelter.Hare Krishna!