CC Madhya 10.159

bhāla kahena, — carmāmbara dambha lāgi’ pari
carmāmbara-paridhāne saṁsāra nā tari
Synonyms: 
bhāla — well; kahena — He said; carma-ambara — the garment of deerskin; dambha — prestige; lāgi’ — for the matter of; pari — I put on; carma-ambara-paridhāne — by putting on a garment of skin; saṁsāra — the material world; tari — I cannot cross.
Translation: 
Thus admitting his mistake, Brahmānanda Bhāratī thought, “He spoke well. I put on this deerskin only for prestige. I cannot cross over the ocean of nescience simply by wearing a deerskin.