CC Antya 3.189
sāmīpyaikatvam apy uta
dīyamānaṁ na gṛhṇanti
vinā mat-sevanaṁ janāḥ
sālokya — to live on the same planet; sārṣṭi — to acquire the same opulence; sārūpya — to achieve the same bodily features; sāmīpya — to live always near the Supreme Lord; ekatvam — to merge into the existence of the Lord; api — even; uta — certainly; dīyamānam — being offered; na gṛhṇanti — do not take; vinā — without; mat-sevanam — My service; janāḥ — the devotees.
“ ‘My devotees do not accept sālokya, sārṣṭi, sārūpya, sāmīpya or oneness with Me — even if I offer these liberations — in preference to serving Me.’ ”
This verse is spoken by Lord Kapila, an avatāra of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, in Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (3.29.13).