CC Madhya 23.111-112
santuṣṭo yena kenacit
bhaktimān me priyo naraḥ
samaḥ — equal; śatrau — to the enemy; ca — also; mitre — to the friend; ca — and; tathā — similarly; māna-apamānayoḥ — in honor and dishonor; śīta — in winter; uṣṇa — and in scorching heat; sukha — in happiness; duḥkheṣu — and in distress; samaḥ — equipoised; saṅga-vivarjitaḥ — without affection; tulya — equal; nindā — blasphemy; stutiḥ — and praise; maunī — grave; santuṣṭaḥ — always satisfied; yena kenacit — by whatever comes; aniketaḥ — without attachment for a residence; sthira — steady; matiḥ — minded; bhakti-mān — fixed in devotional service; me — to Me; priyaḥ — dear; naraḥ — a person.
“ ‘One who is equal to friends and enemies, who is equipoised in honor and dishonor, heat and cold, happiness and distress, fame and infamy, who is always free from attachment to material things and always grave and satisfied in all circumstances, who doesn’t care for any residence, and who is always fixed in devotional service — such a person is very dear to Me.