paritusyet tatas tata
paritusyet—one should be satisfied; tatah—therefore; tata—my dear boy; tavat—up to such; matrena—quality; purusah—a person; daiva—destiny; upasaditam—offered by; yavat—as; viksya—seeing; isvara-gatim—the process of the Supreme; budhah—one who is intelligent.
The process of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is very wonderful. One who is intelligent should accept that process and be satisfied with whatever comes, favorable or unfavorable, by His supreme will.
The great sage Narada instructed Dhruva Maharaja that one should be satisfied in all circumstances. Everyone who is intelligent should know that because of our concept of bodily existence, we are subjected to suffering and enjoyment. One who is in the transcendental position, beyond the concept of bodily life, is considered to be intelligent. One who is a devotee especially accepts all reverses as gifts of the Supreme Lord. When a devotee is put into distress, he accepts this as Godís mercy and offers Him repeated obeisances with his body, mind and intellect. An intelligent person, therefore, should be always satisfied, depending on the mercy of the Lord.
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