|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 24: The Sixty-One Explanations of the Ātmārāma Verse|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 24.187
buddhye rame ātmārāma — dui ta' prakāra
'paṇḍita' muni-gaṇa, nirgrantha 'mūrkha' āra
buddhye — in intelligence; rame — who enjoys; ātmārāma — is an ātmārāma; dui ta' prakāra — two varieties; paṇḍita — learned; muni-gaṇa — philosophers; nirgrantha — without education; mūrkha — foolish; āra — also.
"Everyone has some kind of intelligence, and one who utilizes his intelligence is called an ātmārāma. There are two types of ātmārāmas. One is a learned scholar and philosopher, and the other is an uneducated, illiterate, foolish person.
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