eta bali' eka sloka sikhaila more
bhagavatera sara ei--bale vare vare
eta bali'-saying this; eka—one; sloka—verse; sikhaila—has taught; more—unto Me; bhagavatera—of Srimad-Bhagavatam; sara—essence; ei—this is; bale—he said; vare vare—again and again.
"Saying this, My spiritual master taught Me a verse from Srimad-Bhagavatam. It is the essence of all the Bhagavatam's instructions; therefore he instructed Me on this verse again and again."
This verse from Srimad-Bhagavatam (11.2.40) was spoken by Sri Narada Muni to Vasudeva to teach him about Bhagavata-dharma. Vasudeva had already achieved the result of Bhagavata-dharma because Lord Krsna appeared in his house as his son, yet in order to teach others, he desired to hear from Sri Narada Muni to be enlightened in the process of Bhagavata-dharma. This is the humbleness of a great devotee.
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