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Бґ. 12.16

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анапекшах̣ ш́учір дакша
уда̄сı̄но ґата-вйатгах̣
сарва̄рамбга-парітйа̄ґı̄
йо мад-бгактах̣ са ме прійах̣

Послівний переклад

анапекшах̣—нейтральний; ш́учіх̣—чистий; дакшах̣—фахівець; уда̄сı̄нах̣—вільний від турбот; ґата-вйатгах̣—звільнений од будь-якого смутку; сарва-а̄рамбга—від усіх прагнень; парітйа̄ґı̄—той, хто відречений; йах̣—кожний, хто; мат-бгактах̣—Мій відданий; сах̣— він; ме—Мені; прійах̣—дуже дорогий.

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Мій відданий, який не залежить від перебігу буденних справ, який постійно чистий, досвідчений, вільний від турбот і страждань, який не шукає зиску, — дуже дорогий Мені.

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Money may be offered to a devotee, but he should not struggle to acquire it. If automatically, by the grace of the Supreme, money comes to him, he is not agitated. Naturally a devotee takes a bath at least twice in a day and rises early in the morning for devotional service. Thus he is naturally clean both inwardly and outwardly. A devotee is always expert because he fully knows the essence of all activities of life and he is convinced of the authoritative scriptures. A devotee never takes the part of a particular party; therefore he is carefree. He is never pained, because he is free from all designations; he knows that his body is a designation, so if there are some bodily pains, he is free. The pure devotee does not endeavor for anything which is against the principles of devotional service. For example, constructing a big building requires great energy, and a devotee does not take to such business if it does not benefit him by advancing his devotional service. He may construct a temple for the Lord, and for that he may take all kinds of anxiety, but he does not construct a big house for his personal relations.