SB 10.73.19

diṣṭyā vyavasitaṁ bhūpā
 bhavanta ṛta-bhāṣiṇaḥ
śrīy-aiśvarya-madonnāhaṁ
 paśya unmādakaṁ nṛṇām
Synonyms: 
diṣṭyā — fortunate; vyavasitam — your resolve; bhūpāḥ — O kings; bhavantaḥ — you; ṛta — truthfully; bhāṣiṇaḥ — speaking; śrī — of opulence; aiśvarya — and power; mada — due to the intoxication; unnāham — lack of restraint; paśye — I see; unmādakam — maddening; nṛṇām — for human beings.
Translation: 
Fortunately you have come to the proper conclusion, my dear kings, and what you have spoken is true. I can see that human beings’ lack of self-restraint, which arises from their intoxication with opulence and power, simply leads to madness.