CC Madhya 8.148
- āpana-mādhurye hare āpanāra mana
- āpanā āpani cāhe karite āliṅgana
āpana—own; mādhurye—by sweetness; hare—steals; āpanāra—His own; mana—mind; āpanā—Himself; āpani—He; cāhe—wants; karite—to do; āliṅgana—embracing.
“Lord Kṛṣṇa’s sweetness is so attractive that it steals away His own mind. Thus even He wants to embrace Himself.