CC Madhya 24.42
- aiśvarya-mādhurya-kāruṇye svarūpa-pūrṇatā
- bhakta-vātsalya, ātma-paryanta vadānyatā
aiśvarya—opulence; mādhurya—transcendental sweetness; kāruṇye—mercy; svarūpa-pūrṇatā—fullness of spiritual value; bhakta-vātsalya—affection for the devotee; ātma-paryanta—up to the point of His personal self; vadānyatā—magnanimity.
“Kṛṣṇa’s transcendental qualities of opulence, sweetness and mercy are perfect and full. As far as Kṛṣṇa’s affectionate leaning toward His devotees is concerned, He is so magnanimous that He can give Himself to His devotees.