CC Madhya 19.158
- kintu yadi latāra saṅge uṭhe ‘upaśākhā’
- bhukti-mukti-vāñchā, yata asaṅkhya tāra lekhā
kintu—but; yadi—if; latāra—the creeper of devotional service; saṅge—with; uṭhe—arise; upaśākhā—unwanted creepers; bhukti—for material enjoyment; mukti—for liberation from the material world; vāñchā—the desires; yata—as many as there are; asaṅkhya—unlimited; tāra—of those unwanted creepers; lekhā—the writing.
“Sometimes unwanted creepers, such as the creepers of desires for material enjoyment and liberation from the material world, grow along with the creeper of devotional service. The varieties of such unwanted creepers are unlimited.