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CC Antya 16.137


ayogya hañā tāhā keha sadā pāna kare
yogya jana nāhi pāya, lobhe mātra mare


ayogya — unfit; hañā — being; tāhā — that; keha — someone; sadā — always; pāna kare — drinks; yogya jana — the competent person; nāhi pāya — does not get; lobhe — out of greed; mātra — simply; mare — dies.


“There are persons who are unfit to drink that nectar but who nevertheless drink it continuously, whereas some who are suitable never get it and thus die of greed.