TEXT 109
yavan aham yatha-bhavo
tathaiva tattva-vijnanam
astu te mad-anugrahat
yavan—as I am in My eternal form; aham—I; yatha—in whichever manner; bhavah—transcendental existence; yat—whatever; rupa—various forms and colors; guna—qualities; karmakah—activities; tatha eva—exactly so; tattva-vijnanam—factual realization; astu—let there be; te—your; mat—My; anugrahat—by causeless mercy.
" 'By My causeless mercy, be enlightened in truth about My personality, manifestations, qualities and pastimes.
This is a quotation from Srimad-Bhagavatam (2.9.32). For an explanation see Adi-lila, Chapter One, texts 51-52.

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