kāhāṅ 'pūrṇānandaiśvarya' kṛṣṇa 'māyeśvara'!
kāhāṅ'kṣudra' jīva 'duḥkhī', 'māyāra kiṅkara'!
kāhāṅ—whereas; pūrṇa—full; ānanda—bliss; aiśvarya—opulences; kṛṣṇa—Lord Kṛṣṇa; māyā-īśvara—the master of the material energy; kāhāṅ—whereas; kṣudra jīva—the little conditioned soul; duḥkhī—unhappy; māyāra kiṅkara—the servant of the material energy.
"Whereas Kṛṣṇa, the Absolute Truth, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is full of transcendental bliss, possesses all six spiritual opulences in full, and is the master of the material energy, the small conditioned soul, who is always unhappy, is the servant of the material energy.
The living entity is an ever-conditioned servant of the material energy, whereas Kṛṣṇa, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is master of the material energy. How, then, could they be on an equal level? There can be no comparison between them. His Lordship is always in a happy condition of transcendental bliss, whereas the conditioned soul is always unhappy because of his contact with the material energy. The Supreme Lord controls the material energy, and the material energy controls the conditioned souls. There is therefore no comparison between the Supreme Personality of Godhead and the ordinary living entities.
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