TEXT 70
evam vidhany asya hareh sva-mayaya
vidambamanasya nr-lokam atmanah
viryani gitany rsibhir jagad-guror
lokam punanany aparam vadami kim
SYNONYMS
evam vidhani—in this way; asya—of Krsna; hareh—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; sva-mayaya—by His transcendental potencies; vidambamanasya—acting like an ordinary human being; nr-lokam—within human society; atmanah—of Him; viryani—transcendental activities; gitani—narrations; rsibhih—by great saintly persons; jagat-guroh—of the supreme master; lokam—all the planetary systems; punanani—purifying; aparam—what else; vadami kim—can I say.
TRANSLATION
The Lord, Sri Krsna, appeared as a human being, yet He performed many uncommon and wonderful pastimes by His own potency. How can I say more about His activities than what has already been said by great saintly persons? Everyone can be purified by His activities, simply by hearing about them from the right source.
PURPORT
Bhagavad-gita and all the Vedic literatures fully explain that the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, appears in human society as an ordinary human being but acts very uncommonly for the well-being of the entire world. One should not be influenced by the illusory energy and think Lord Krsna to be an ordinary human being. Those who really seek the Absolute Truth come to the understanding that Krsna is everything (vasudevah samam iti). Such great souls are very rare. Nonetheless, if one studies the entire Bhagavad-gita as it is, Krsna is very easy to understand. The Krsna consciousness movement is just trying to make Krsna known all over the world as the Supreme Personality of Godhead (krsnas tu bhagavan svayam). If people take this movement seriously, their lives as human beings will be successful.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Seventh Canto, Tenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled Prahlada, the Best Among Exalted Devotees.

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