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CC Antya 11.41 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 41

āmā-hena yadi eka kīṭa mari' gela
eka pipīlikā maile pṛthvīra kāhāṅ hāni haila?


SYNONYMS

āmā-hena—like me; yadi—if; eka—one; kīṭa—insect; mari' gela—dies; eka—one; pipīlikā—ant; maile—if he dies; pṛthvīra—of the earth; kāhāṅ—where; hāni haila—is there any loss.


TRANSLATION

"My Lord, if an insignificant insect like me dies, what is the loss? If an ant dies, where is the loss to the material world?