CC Antya 7.122 (1975)
- 'āmi jiti',--ei garva-śūnya ha-uka iṅhāra cita
- īśvara-svabhāva,--karena sabākāra hita
āmi jiti—let me become victorious; ei—this; garva—pride; śūnya—devoid of; ha-uka—let be; iṅhāra cita—this person's mind; īśvara-svabhāva—the characteristic of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; karena—He does; sabākāra—of everyone; hita—benefit.
"Being very proud of my learning, I am thinking, 'Let me become victorious.' Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, however, is trying to purify me by nullifying this false pride, for a characteristic of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is that He acts for everyone's welfare.