CC Antya 6.322
- ’kāṅhā vastu khāo sabe, more nā deha’ kene?’
- eta bali’ eka grāsa karilā bhakṣaṇe
kāṅhā—what; vastu—things; khāo—you eat; sabe—all; more—to Me; nā deha’ kene—why do you not give; eta bali’—saying this; eka grāsa—one morsel; karilā bhakṣaṇe—ate.
“What nice things are you eating? Why don’t you give anything to Me?” Saying this, He forcibly took a morsel and began to eat.