ami--ati-ksudra jiva, paksi ranga-tuni
se yaiche trsnaya piye samudrera pani
taiche ami eka kana chunilun lilara
ei drstante janiha prabhura lilara vistara
ami—I; ati-ksudra jiva—a very insignificant living being; paksi ranga-tuni—just like a little bird with a red beak; se—he; yaiche—just as; trsnaya—in thirst; piye—drinks; samudrera pani—the water of the sea; taiche—in the same way; ami—I; eka kana—one small particle; chunilun—touched; lilara—of the pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; ei drstante—by this example; janiha—all of you know; prabhura—of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; lilara vistara—expansion of the pastimes.
I am a very insignificant living being, like a small red-beaked bird. Just as such a bird drinks the water of the sea to quench its thirst, so I have touched only a drop of the ocean of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's pastimes. From this example, you may all understand how expansive are the pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
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