suta jiva samah saumya
sasvatir visadam yasah
yas tvam samsasi krsnasya
martyanam amrtam hi nah
rsayah ucuh—the good sages said; suta—O Suta Gosvami; jiva—we wish you life for; samah—many years; saumya—grave; sasvatih—eternal; visadam—particularly; yasah—in fame; yah tvam—because you; samsasi—speaking nicely; krsnasya—of Lord Sri Krsna; martyanam—of those who die; amrtam—eternity of life; hi—certainly; nah—our.
The good sages said: O grave Suta Gosvami! May you live many years and have eternal fame, for you are speaking very nicely about the activities of Lord Krsna, the Personality of Godhead. This is just like nectar for mortal beings like us.
When we hear about the transcendental qualities and activities of the Personality of Godhead, we may always remember what has been spoken by the Lord Himself in the Bhagavad-gita (4.9). His acts, even when He acts in human society, are all transcendental, for they are all accentuated by the spiritual energy of the Lord, which is distinguished from His material energy. As stated in the Bhagavad-gita, such acts are called divyam. This means that He does not act or take His birth like an ordinary living being under the custody of material energy. Nor is His body material or changeable like that of ordinary living beings. And one who understands this fact, either from the Lord or from authorized sources, is not reborn after leaving the present material body. Such an enlightened soul is admitted into the spiritual realm of the Lord and engages in the transcendental loving service of the Lord. Therefore, the more we hear about the transcendental activities of the Lord, as they are stated in the Bhagavad-gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam, the more we can know about His transcendental nature and thus make definite progress on the path back to Godhead.
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