CC Madhya 7.23 (1975)
- mukunda hayena duḥkhī dekhi' sannyāsa-dharma
- tinabāre śīte snāna, bhūmite śayana
mukunda—Mukunda; hayena—becomes; duḥkhī—unhappy; dekhi'-seeing; sannyāsa-dharma—My regulative principles in the renounced order; tina-bāre—three times; śīte—in the winter; snāna—bath; bhūmite—on the ground; śayana—lying down.
"Being a sannyāsī, I have a duty to lie down on the ground and take a bath three times a day, even during the winter. But Mukunda becomes very unhappy when he sees My severe austerities.