sadhu prstam tvaya sadho
lokan sadhv anugrhnata
kirtim vitanvata loke
maitreyah uvaca—Sri Maitreya said; sadhu—all good; prstam—I am asked; tvaya—by you; sadho—O good one; lokan—all the people; sadhu anugrhnata—showing mercy in goodness; kirtim—glories; vitanvata—broadcasting; loke—in the world; atmanah—of the self; adhoksaja—the Transcendence; atmanah—mind.
Sri Maitreya said: O Vidura, all glory unto you. You have inquired from me of the greatest of all goodness, and thus you have shown your mercy both to the world and to me because your mind is always absorbed in thoughts of the Transcendence.
Maitreya Muni, who was experienced in the science of Transcendence, could understand that Vidura’s mind was fully absorbed in Transcendence. Adhoksaja means that which transcends the limits of sense perception or sensuous experience. The Lord is transcendental to our sense experience, but He reveals Himself to the sincere devotee. Because Vidura was always absorbed in thought of the Lord, Maitreya could estimate Vidura’s transcendental value. He appreciated the valuable inquiries of Vidura and thus thanked him with great honor.
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