CC Adi 7.78
- dhairya dharite nāri, hailāma unmatta
- hāsi, kāndi, nāci, gāi, yaiche madamatta
dhairya—patience; dharite—capturing; nāri—unable to take; hailāma—I have become; unmatta—mad after it; hāsi—laugh; kāndi—cry; nāci—dance; gāi—sing; yaiche—as much as; madamatta—madman.
“While chanting the holy name of the Lord in pure ecstasy, I lose Myself, and thus I laugh, cry, dance and sing just like a madman.