tam ankam arudham apayayat stanam
sneha-snutam sa-smitam iksati mukham
atrptam utsrjya javena sa yayav
utsicyamane payasi tv adhisrite
tam—unto Krsna; ankam arudham—very affectionately allowing Him to sit down on her lap; apayayat—allowed to drink; stanam—her breast; sneha-snutam—which was flowing with milk because of intense affection; sa-smitam iksati mukham—mother Yasoda was smiling and observing the smiling face of Krsna; atrptam—Krsna, who was still not fully satisfied by drinking the milk; utsrjya—putting Him aside; javena—very hastily; sa—mother Yasoda; yayau—left that place; utsicyamane payasi—because of seeing that the milk was overflowing; tu—but; adhisrite—in the milk pan on the oven.
Mother Yasoda then embraced Krsna, allowed Him to sit down on her lap, and began to look upon the face of the Lord with great love and affection. Because of her intense affection, milk was flowing from her breast. But when she saw that the milk pan on the oven was boiling over, she immediately left her son to take care of the overflowing milk, although the child was not yet fully satisfied with drinking the milk of His mother’s breast.
Everything in the household affairs of mother Yasoda was meant for Krsna. Although Krsna was drinking the breast milk of mother Yasoda, when she saw that the milk pan in the kitchen was overflowing, she had to take care of it immediately, and thus she left her son, who then became very angry, not having been fully satisfied with drinking the milk of her breast. Sometimes one must take care of more than one item of important business for the same purpose. Therefore mother Yasoda was not unjust when she left her son to take care of the overflowing milk. On the platform of love and affection, it is the duty of the devotee to do one thing first and other things later. The proper intuition by which to do this is given by Krsna.
In Krsna consciousness, everything is dynamic. Krsna guides the devotee in what to do first and what to do next on the platform of absolute truth.
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