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CC Antya 7.35

aiśvarya dekhileha ‘śuddhera’ nahe aiśvarya jñāna
ataeva aiśvarya ha-ite ‘kevala’-bhāva pradhāna
Synonyms: 
aiśvarya — opulence; dekhileha — even after seeing; śuddhera — of a pure devotee; nahe — is not; aiśvarya-jñāna — knowledge of opulence; ataeva — therefore; aiśvarya ha-ite — than the understanding of opulence; kevala-bhāva — pure emotion; pradhāna — more eminent.
Translation: 
“Even if a pure devotee sees the opulence of Kṛṣṇa, he does not accept it. Therefore pure consciousness is more exalted than consciousness of the Lord’s opulence.