I also agree with you Sandra and Mairi.
That's ok Mr.Mustard I was confused a little before, but I hope I straightened it out a little bit.
I think to answer you other question Mr.Mustard, when you hear the Hare Krishna Mantra, all 'hare' means is to take away, or to end. So when one chants Hare Krishna their asking the God Krishna to take away their sorrows. The God Rama is also mentioned in the chat, but like Krishna it is just another incarnation of the God Head Vishnu.
I found a quote from George Harrison:
"A mantra is mystical energy encased in a sound structure and each mantra contains within its vibrations a certain power. But of all mantras, the maha-mantra (the Hare Krishna mantra) has been prescribed as the easiest and surest way for attaining God Realization in this present age."