TEXT 197
visuddhabdhi-sthitasya me
sukhani gospadayante
brahmany api jagad-guro
tvat—You; saksat-karana—by meeting; ahlada—of pleasure; visuddha—spiritually purified; abdhi—in an ocean; sthitasya—situated; me—of me; sukhani—happiness; gospadayante—is like a calf's hoofprint; brahmani—derived from understanding of impersonal Brahman; api—also; jagat-guro—O master of the universe.
"My dear Lord, O master of the universe, since I have directly seen You, my transcendental bliss has taken the shape of a great ocean. Being situated in that ocean, I now realize all other so-called happiness, including even brahmananda, to be like the water contained in the hoofprint of a calf.' "
This verse is quoted from the Hari-bhakti-sudhodaya (14.36).

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