bhakta-vatsala, krtajna, samartha, vadanya
hena krsna chadi' pandita nahi bhaje anya
bhakta-vatsala—very kind to the devotees; krta-jna—grateful; samartha—full of all abilities; vadanya—magnanimous; hena—such; krsna—Lord Krsna; chadi'-giving up; pandita—a learned man; nahi—does not; bhaje—worship; anya—anyone else.
"Lord Krsna is very kind to His devotees. He is always very grateful and magnanimous, and He possesses all abilities. A learned man does not give up Krsna to worship anyone else.
An intelligent person gives up the company of those who are attached to women and bereft of Krsna consciousness. One should be free from all kinds of material attachment and should take full shelter under the lotus feet of Krsna. Krsna is very kind to His devotees. He is always grateful, and He never forgets the service of a devotee. He is also completely opulent and all-powerful. Why, then, should one take shelter of a demigod and leave Lord Krsna's shelter? If one worships a demigod and leaves Krsna, he must be considered the lowest fool.

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