nija-gana ani' kahe vinaya kariya
alingana kari' sabaya sri-haste dhariya
toma-saba jani ami pranadhika kari'
prana chada yaya, toma-saba chadite na pari
nija-gana ani'-calling all the devotees; kahe—said; vinaya—humbleness; kariya—showing; alingana kari'-embracing; sabaya—all of them; sri-haste—with His hands; dhariya—catching them; toma-saba—all of you; jani—I know; ami—I; prana-adhika—more than My life; kari'-taking; prana chada—giving up life; yaya—is possible; toma-saba—all of you; chadite—to give up; na pari—I am not able.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu called all His devotees together and, holding them by the hand, humbly informed them, "You are all more dear to Me than My life. I can give up My life, but to give up you is difficult for Me.
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