yadrcchaya mat-kathadau
jata-sraddhas tu yah puman
na nirvinno natisakto
bhakti-yogo 'sya siddhidah
yadrcchaya—by some good fortune; mat-katha-adau—in talk about Me; jata-sraddhah—has awakened his attraction; tu—but; yah puman—a person who; na nirvinnah—not falsely detached; na atisaktah—not attached to material existence; bhakti-yogah—the process of devotional service; asya—for such a person; siddhi-dah—bestowing perfection.
" 'Somehow or other, if one is attracted to talks about Me and has faith in the instructions I have set forth in Bhagavad-gita, and if one is actually detached from material things and material existence, his dormant love for Me will be awakened by devotional service.'
This verse from Srimad-Bhagavatam (11.20.8) was spoken by Krsna at the time of His departure from this material world. It was spoken to Uddhava.

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