CC Madhya 20.100
- āpanāra hitāhita kichui nā jāni!
- grāmya-vyavahāre paṇḍita, tāi satya māni
āpanāra—of my personal self; hita—welfare; ahita—inauspiciousness; kichui—anything; nā jāni—I do not know; grāmya-vyavahāre—in ordinary dealings; paṇḍita—a learned man; tāi satya māni—I accept that as truth.
“I do not know what is beneficial for me or what is detrimental. Nonetheless, in ordinary dealings people consider me a learned scholar, and I am also thinking of myself as such.