CC Antya 4.140

hita-nimitta āilāṅa āmi, haila viparīte
ki karile hita haya nāri nirdhārite”
Synonyms: 
hita-nimitta — for benefit; āilāṅa — came; āmi — I; haila viparīte — it has become just the opposite; ki karile — how; hita haya — there will be benefit; nāri nirdhārite — I cannot ascertain.
Translation: 
“I came here for my benefit, but now I see that I am getting just the opposite. I do not know, nor can I ascertain, how there will be benefit for me.”