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CC Antya 20.22

uttama hañā āpanāke māne tṛṇādhama
dui-prakāre sahiṣṇutā kare vṛkṣa-sama
Synonyms: 
uttama hañā — although being very much exalted; āpanāke — himself; māne — thinks; tṛṇa-adhama — lower than a blade of the grass on the ground; dui-prakāre — in two ways; sahiṣṇutā — tolerance; kare — performs; vṛkṣa-sama — like the tree.
Translation: 
“These are the symptoms of one who chants the Hare Kṛṣṇa mahā-mantra. Although he is very exalted, he thinks himself lower than the grass on the ground, and like a tree, he tolerates everything in two ways.