CC Madhya 7.34 (1975)
- tabe nityānanda kahe,--ye ājñā tomāra
- duḥkha sukha ye ha-uk kartavya āmāra
tabe—thereupon; nityānanda—Lord Nityānanda Prabhu; kahe—says; ye ājñā—whatever order; tomāra—Your; duḥkha sukha—distress or happiness; ye—whatever; ha-uk—let there be; kartavya—the duty; āmāra—My.
Thereupon Lord Nityānanda said, "Whatever You order is My duty, regardless of whether it results in happiness or unhappiness.