SB 11.30.36

yasyānusmaraṇaṁ nṛṇām
 ajñāna-dhvānta-nāśanam
vadanti tasya te viṣṇo
 mayāsādhu kṛtaṁ prabho
Synonyms: 
yasya — of whom; anusmaraṇam — the constant remembrance; nṛṇām — of all men; ajñāna — of ignorance; dhvānta — the darkness; nāśanam — that which destroys; vadanti — they say; tasya — toward Him; te — You; viṣṇo — O Lord Viṣṇu; mayā — by me; asādhu — wrongly; kṛtam — this has been done; prabho — O master.
Translation: 
O Lord Viṣṇu, the learned say that for any man, constant remembrance of You will destroy the darkness of ignorance. O master, I have wronged You!