ebe ami ihan ani' karilana vidaya
yahan iccha, yaha, ama-sane nahi ara daya
ebe—now; ami—I; ihan—here; ani'—bringing; karilana vidaya—have asked to go away; yahan iccha—wherever he likes; yaha—go; ama-sane—with Me; nahi ara—there is no more; daya—responsibility.
"Now that I have brought him here, I am asking him to leave. Now he can go wherever he likes, for I am no longer responsible for him."
Kala Krsnadasa was influenced and allured by nomads or gypsies, who enticed him with women. Maya is so strong that Kala Krsnadasa left Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's company to join gypsy women. Even though a person may associate with Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, he can be allured by maya and leave the Lord's company due to his slight independence. Only one who is overwhelmed by maya can be so unfortunate as to leave Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's company, yet unless one is very conscientious, the influence of maya can drag one away, even though he be the personal assistant of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. And what to speak of others? The Bhattatharis used to increase their numbers by using women to allure outsiders. This is factual evidence showing that it is possible at any time to fall down from the Lord's association. One need only misuse his little independence. Once fallen and separated from the Supreme Personality of Godhead's association, one becomes a candidate for suffering in the material world. Although rejected by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Kala Krsnadasa was given another chance, as the following verses relate.
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