misra--vaisnava, santa, alampata, suddha, danta,
dhana-bhoge nahi abhimana
putrera prabhave yata, dhana asi' mile, tata,
visnu-prite dvije dena dana
misra—Jagannatha Misra; vaisnava—a great devotee; santa—peaceful; alampata—very regular; suddha—purified; danta—controlled; dhana-bhoge—in the matter of enjoying material happiness; nahi—there is no; abhimana—desire; putrera—of their son; prabhave—by the influence; yata—all; dhana—riches; asi'-coming; mile—gets; tata—so much so; visnu-prite—for the satisfaction of Lord Visnu; dvije—to the brahmanas; dena—gives; dana—charity.
Jagannatha Misra was an ideal Vaisnava. He was peaceful, restrained in sense gratification, pure and controlled. Therefore he had no desire to enjoy material opulence. Whatever money came because of the influence of his transcendental son, he gave it in charity to the brahmanas for the satisfaction of Visnu.
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