acarya bale--akapate karaha ahara
yadi khaite na para pate rahibeka ara
acarya bale—Advaita Acarya says; akapate—without pretense; karaha—kindly do; ahara—eating; yadi—if; khaite—to eat; na para—You are not able; pate—on the leaf; rahibeka ara—let the balance remain.
Advaita Acarya then requested the Lord to simply accept the prasada without pretense. If He could not eat it all, the balance could be left on the plate.
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