CC Madhya 11.114 (1975)
- tāhāṅ upavāsa, yāhāṅ nāhi mahā-prasāda
- prabhu-ājñā-prasāda-tyāge haya aparādha
tāhāṅ—there; upavāsa—fasting; yāhāṅ—where; nāhi—there is not; mahā-prasāda—remnants of food of the Lord; prabhu-ājñā—direct order of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; prasāda—remnants of food; tyāge—giving up; haya—there is; aparādha—offense.
"When mahā-prasāda is not available, there must be fasting, but when the Supreme Personality of Godhead directly orders one to take prasāda, neglecting such an opportunity is offensive.