agādha īśvara-līlā kichui nā jāni
tumi yei kaha, sei satya kari' māni
agādha—unfathomable; īśvara-līlā—pastimes of the Lord; kichui—anything; nā jāni—I do not know; tumi—You; yei—whatever; kaha—say; sei satya—that is right; kari' māni—I accept.
"The transcendental pastimes of the Lord are unfathomable, and I do not know anything about them. Whatever You say I accept as the truth.
sarvam etad ṛtaṁ manye
yan māṁ vadasi keśava
na hi te bhagavan vyaktiṁ
vidur devā na dānavāḥ
It is not possible to understand the truth about the pastimes of the Lord simply by using our own logic, argument and academic education. We must receive bona fide information from the Supreme Personality of Godhead, just as Arjuna received information when Kṛṣṇa spoke the Bhagavad-gītā. We have to accept the Bhagavad-gītā or any other Vedic literature in good faith. These Vedic scriptures are the only source of knowledge about the Lord. We must understand that we cannot comprehend the Absolute Truth by the speculative process.
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