TEXT 195
duruhadbhuta-virye 'smin
sraddha dure 'stu pancake
yatra svalpo 'pi sambandhah
saddhiyam bhava-janmane
duruha—difficult to be reconciled; adbhuta—wonderful; virye—in the power; asmin—in this; sraddha—faith; dure—far away; astu—let it be; pancake—in the above-mentioned five principles; yatra—in which; svalpah—a little; api—even; sambandhah—connection; sat-dhiyam—of those who are intelligent and offenseless; bhava-janmane—to awaken one's dormant love for Krsna.
" 'The power of these five principles is very wonderful and difficult to reconcile. Even without faith in them, a person who is offenseless can experience dormant love of Krsna simply by being a little connected with them.'
This verse is also found in the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (1.2.238).

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