yadi dasyasi me kaman
varams tvam varadarsabha
kamanam hrdy asamroham
bhavatas tu vrne varam
yadi—if; dasyasi—want to give; me—me; kaman—anything desirable; varan—as Your benediction; tvam—You; varada-rsabha—O Supreme Personality of Godhead, who can give any benediction; kamanam—of all desires for material happiness; hrdi—within the core of my heart; asamroham—no growth; bhava tah—from You; tu—then; vrne—I pray for; varam—such a benediction.
O my Lord, best of the givers of benediction, if You at all want to bestow a desirable benediction upon me, then I pray from Your Lordship that within the core of my heart there be no material desires.
O my Lord, I do not want from You any amount of wealth, nor many followers, nor a beautiful wife, for these are all materialistic desires. But if I have to ask You for any benediction, I pray that in whatever forms of life I may take my birth, under any circumstances, I will not be bereft of Your transcendental devotional service. Devotees are always on the positive platform, in contrast to the Mayavadis, who want to make everything impersonal or void. One cannot remain void (sunyavadi); rather, one must possess something. Therefore, the devotee, on the positive side, wants to possess something, and this possession is very nicely described by Prahlada Maharaja, who says, If I must take some benediction from You, I pray that within the core of my heart there may be no material desires. The desire to serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead is not at all material.
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