srute dhir yad apeksate
natra sastram na yuktim ca
tat-tat—respective; bhava-adi-madhurye—the sweetness of the loving moods (namely santa-rasa, dasya-rasa, sakhya-rasa, vatsalya-rasa and madhurya-rasa) of the inhabitants of Vrndavana; srute—when heard; dhih—the intelligence; yat—which; apeksate—depends on; na—not; atra—here; sastram—revealed scriptures; na—not; yuktim—logic and argument; ca—also; tat—that; lobha—of covetousness to follow in the footsteps; utpatti-laksanam—the symptom of awakening.
" 'When an advanced realized devotee hears about the affairs of the devotees of Vrndavana-in the mellows of santa, dasya, sakhya, vatsalya and madhurya-he becomes inclined in that way, and his intelligence becomes attracted. Indeed, he begins to covet that particular type of devotion. When such covetousness is awakened, one's intelligence no longer depends on the instruction of sastra, revealed scripture, logic or argument.'
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