mora bhagya mo-visaye, tomara ye prema haye,
sei prema-parama prabala
lukana ama ane, sanga karaya toma-sane,
prakateha anibe satvara
mora bhagya—My fortune; mo-visaye—in relation with Me; tomara—Your; ye—whatever; prema—love; haye—there is; sei prema—that love; parama pra-bala—very powerful; lukana—secretly; ama ane—brings Me; sanga karaya—obliges Me to associate; toma-sane—with You; prakateha—directly manifested; anibe—will bring; satvara—very soon.
" 'Our love affair is more powerful because of My good fortune in receiving Narayana's grace. This allows Me to come here unseen by others. I hope that very soon I will be visible to everyone.
santah sadaiva hrdayesu vilokayanti
yam syamasundaram acintya-guna-svarupam
govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami
Due to his intense love, the pure devotee always sees Lord Krsna present within his heart. All glories to Govinda, the primeval Personality of Godhead! When Krsna is not manifest before the inhabitants of Vrndavana, they are always absorbed in thoughts of Him. Therefore even though Krsna was living at that time at Dvaraka, He was simultaneously present before all the inhabitants of Vrndavana. This was His aprakata presence. Devotees who are always absorbed in thoughts of Krsna will soon see Krsna face to face without a doubt. Devotees who are always engaged in Krsna consciousness and are fully absorbed in thoughts of Krsna certainly return home, back to Godhead. They then see Krsna directly, face to face, take prasada with Him and enjoy His company. This is confirmed in Bhagavad-gita: tyaktva deham punar janma naiti mam eti so 'rjuna (Bg. 4.9).
During his lifetime, a pure devotee is always speaking of Krsna and engaging in His service, and as soon as he gives up his body, he immediately returns to Goloka Vrndavana, where Krsna is personally present. He then meets Krsna directly. This is successful human life. This is the meaning of prakateha anibe satvara. The pure devotee will soon see the personal manifestation of Lord Sri Krsna.
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