iha suni rahe prabhu isat hasiya
sei kale eka vipra milila asiya
iha—this; suni—hearing; rahe—remained; prabhu—Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; isat—slightly; hasiya—smiling; sei kale—at that time; eka—one; vipra—brahmana; milila—met; asiya—coming there.
While Tapana Misra and Candrasekhara were thus talking with Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, He only smiled slightly and remained silent. At that time a brahmana came there to meet the Lord.
Because the blasphemy was cast against Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Himself, He did not feel sorry, and therefore He was smiling. This is ideal Vaisnava behavior. One should not become angry upon hearing criticism of himself, but if other Vaisnavas are criticized one must be prepared to act as previously suggested. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was very compassionate for His pure devotees Tapana Misra and Candrasekhara; therefore by His grace this brahmana immediately came to Him. By His omnipotency the Lord created this situation for the happiness of His devotees.
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