'manusya'-buddhi damayanti kare prabhura paya
guru-bhojane udare kabhu 'ama' hana yaya
manusya-buddhi—considering an ordinary human being; damayanti—the sister of Raghava Pandita; kare—does; prabhura paya—at the lotus feet of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; guru-bhojane—by overeating; udare—in the abdomen; kabhu—sometimes; ama—mucus; hana yaya—there is.
Because of her natural love for Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Damayanti considered the Lord an ordinary human being. Therefore she thought that He would become sick by overeating and there would be mucus within His abdomen.
Because of pure love, the devotees of Krsna in Goloka Vrndavana, Vrajabhumi, loved Krsna as an ordinary human being like them. Yet although they considered Krsna one of them, their love for Krsna knew no bounds. Similarly, because of extreme love, devotees like Raghava Pandita and his sister, Damayanti, thought of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as a human being, but their love for Him was boundless. By overeating, an ordinary human being becomes prone to a disease called amla-pitta, which is a product of indigestion characterized by acidity of the stomach. Damayanti thought that such a condition would afflict Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
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