agni yaiche nija-dhama, dekhaiya abhirama,
patangire akarsiya mare
krsna aiche nija-guna, dekhaiya hare mana,
pache duhkha-samudrete dare
agni—fire; yaiche—like; nija-dhama—his own place; dekhaiya—showing; abhirama—attractive; patangire—the flies; akarsiya—attracting; mare—kills; krsna—Lord Krsna; aiche—in that way; nija-guna—His transcendental qualities; dekhaiya—showing; hare mana—attracts our mind; pache—in the end; duhkha-samudrete—in an ocean of unhappiness; dare—drowns.
" 'If you say that Krsna is an ocean of transcendental qualities and therefore must be merciful some day, I can only say that He is like fire, which attracts flies by its dazzling brightness and kills them. Such are the qualities of Krsna. By showing us His transcendental qualities, He attracts our minds, and then later, by separating from us, He drowns us in an ocean of unhappiness.' "
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