Śrī Hari-bhakti-kalpa-latikā

The Flowering Vine of Devotion to Lord Hari

by Sarasvati Thkura | 14,715 words

The book contains the essence on how devotees develop love of Krishna, and how they bring Krishna under control through their love....

Text 41-42

mukterṣyā-māna-mātsarya
dambha-stantānṛtādayaḥ
ye nāhaṃ-vādinaḥ
sarvatra-sama-darśinaḥ
paripūrṇāḥ paricchinnā-diś cānandākhilatmanaḥ
vāsudevād anyatamaṃ
na paśyanti jagat-trayam

mukta—free from; irṣyā—envy; māna—pride; mātsarya—malice; dambha—deceitfulness and hypocrisy; stanta—rudeness; anṛta—lieing; ādayaḥ—beginning with; ye—who; na—not; aham—with false-ego; vādinaḥ—speak; śāntāh—peaceful; sarvatra—everywhere; sama-darśinaḥ—with equal vision; paripūrṇāḥ—perfect and complete; aparicchinna—unlimited; cit—spiritual consciousness; ānanda—and bliss; ātmanaḥ—than the Supersoul; vāsudevāt—than Lord Vasudeva; anyatamam—as something different; na—not; paśyanti—see; jagat—worlds; trayam—three.

Free from envy, pride, malice, hypocrisy, rudeness, deceitfulness, and all other vices, and without false-ego, thepeaceful devotees see everyone and everything with equal vision. They do not see the three material planetary systems as somethingdifferent from the perfect, complete, unlimited, all-knowing, blissful, and all-pervading Supersoul, Lord Vāsudeva.

 

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