jānanta eva jānantu
kiṁ bahūktyā na me prabho
manaso vapuṣo vāco
vaibhavaṁ tava gocaraḥ
jānantaḥ—persons who think they are aware of Your unlimited potency; eva—certainly; jānantu—let them think like that; kim—what is the use; bahu-uktyā—with many words; na—not; me—my; prabho—O my Lord; manasaḥ—of the mind; vapuṣaḥ—of the body; vācaḥ—of the words; vaibhavam—opulences; tava—Your; gocaraḥ—within the range.
" 'There are people who say, "I know everything about Kṛṣṇa." Let them think in that way. As far as I am concerned, I do not wish to speak very much about this matter. O my Lord, let me say this much. As far as your opulences are concerned, they are all beyond the reach of my mind, body and words.'
This is a quotation from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (10.14.38), spoken by Lord Brahmā.

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