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trinaad api ca neecataa sahaja-saumya-mugdhaakritih
hari-pranaya-vihvalaa kim api dheer anaalambhitaa
bhavanti kila sad-gunaa jagati gaura-bhaajaam ami
"Humbly thinking oneself lower than a blade of grass, natural gentleness and charm, speaking words as sweet as nectar, spitting at the insignificant sense gratification of this world, disinterest in the affairs of this world, and overwhelming love for Lord Hari are the transcendental virtues of the devotees of Lord Gaura."
kva taavad vairaagyam kva ca vishaya-vaartaasu narakesv
ivodvegah kvaasau vinaya-bharam aapuurya-laharee
kva taavat tejo `laukikam atha mahaa-bhakti-padavee
kva saa vaa sambhavyaa yad avakalitam gaura-gatishu
"Where is renunciation? Where is tranquil indifference to the temptations of sense pleasure or the torments of hell? Where are great waves of humbleness? Where is uncommon prowess? Where is the path of intense devotion? Where are these virtues present in the same way they are present in those who have made Lord Gaura the goal of their lives?"