SB 6.7.17

guror nādhigataḥ saṁjñāṁ
 parīkṣan bhagavān svarāṭ
dhyāyan dhiyā surair yuktaḥ
 śarma nālabhatātmanaḥ
Synonyms: 
guroḥ — of his spiritual master; na — not; adhigataḥ — finding; saṁjñām — trace; parīkṣan — searching vigorously all around; bhagavān — the most powerful Indra; svarāṭ — independent; dhyāyan — meditating; dhiyā — by wisdom; suraiḥ — by the demigods; yuktaḥ — surrounded; śarma — peace; na — not; alabhata — obtained; ātmanaḥ — of the mind.
Translation: 
Although Indra searched vigorously with the assistance of the other demigods, he could not find Bṛhaspati. Then Indra thought, “Alas, my spiritual master has become dissatisfied with me, and now I have no means of achieving good fortune.” Although Indra was surrounded by demigods, he could not find peace of mind.