advaita kahe,-isvarera ei svabhava haya
yadyapi apane purna, sarvaisvarya-maya
tathapi bhakta-sange haya sukhollasa
bhakta-sange kare nitya vividha vilasa
advaita kahe—Advaita Acarya Prabhu said; isvarera—of the Lord; ei—this; svabhava—feature; haya—becomes; yadyapi—although; apane—Himself; purna—all-perfect; sarva-aisvarya-maya—full of all opulences; tathapi—still; bhakta-sange—in the association of devotees; haya—there is; sukha-ullasa—great jubilation; bhakta-sange—with devotees; kare—does; nitya—eternally; vividha—various; vilasa—pastimes.
Advaita Acarya Prabhu replied, "This is a natural characteristic of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Although He is personally complete and full of all opulences, He takes transcendental pleasure in the association of His devotees, with whom He has a variety of eternal pastimes."
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