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SB 11.26.21

tvaṅ-māṁsa-rudhira-snāyu-
 medo-majjāsthi-saṁhatau
viṇ-mūtra-pūye ramatāṁ
 kṛmīṇāṁ kiyad antaram
Synonyms: 
tvak — out of skin; māṁsa — flesh; rudhira — blood; snāyu — muscle; medaḥ — fat; majjā — marrow; asthi — and bone; saṁhatau — composed; viṭ — of stool; mūtra — urine; pūye — and pus; ramatām — enjoying; kṛmīṇām — compared to the worms; kiyat — how much; antaram — difference.
Translation: 
What difference is there between ordinary worms and persons who try to enjoy this material body composed of skin, flesh, blood, muscle, fat, marrow, bone, stool, urine and pus?