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CC Madhya 12.116 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 116

bhāla karma dekhi' tāre kare prasaṁśana
mane nā milile kare pavitra bhartsana


bhāla—good; karma—work; dekhi'—seeing; tāre—to him; kare—does; prasaṁśana—praising; mane—in His mind; nā—not; milile—being approved; kare—He does; pavitra—purified, ungrudgingly; bhartsana—chastisement.


When He saw someone doing nicely, the Lord praised him, but if He saw that someone was not working to His satisfaction, He immediately chastised that person, not bearing him any grudge.