CC Madhya 12.31

kintu anurāgī lokera svabhāva eka haya
iṣṭa nā pāile nija prāṇa se chāḍaya
Synonyms: 
kintu — still; anurāgī — affectionate; lokera — of the people; svabhāva — nature; eka — one; haya — there is; iṣṭa — desirable; pāile — without getting; nija — own; prāṇa — life; se — he; chāḍaya — gives up.
Translation: 
“Still, isn’t it the nature of an attached man to give up his life if he does not attain his desired object?