ei sanksepe sutra kahilun dig-darasana
yabe tumi likhiba, krsna karabe sphurana
ei—thus; sanksepe—in brief; sutra—codes; kahilun—I have described; dik-darasana—just a little direction; yabe—whenever; tumi—you; likhiba—will attempt to write; krsna—Lord Krsna; karabe—will do; sphurana—manifesting.
"I have thus given a synopsis of the Vaisnava regulative principles. I have given this in brief just to give you a little direction. When you write on this subject, Krsna will help you by spiritually awakening you."
One cannot write on spiritual matters without being blessed by Krsna and the disciplic succession of gurus. The blessings of the authorities are one's power of attorney. One should not try to write anything about Vaisnava behavior and activities without being authorized by superior authorities. This is confirmed in Bhagavad-gita: evam parampara-praptam imam rajarsayo viduh.
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