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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.74.5
na vai te 'jita bhaktānāḿ
mamāham iti mādhava
tvaḿ taveti ca nānā-dhīḥ
paśūnām iva vaikṛtī
na — not; vai — indeed; te — Your; ajita — O unconquerable one; bhaktānām — of the devotees; mama aham iti — "mine" and "I"; mādhava — O Kṛṣṇa; tvam tava iti — "you" and "yours"; ca — and; nānā — of differences; dhīḥ — mentality; paśūnām — of animals; iva — as if; vaikṛtī — perverted.
O unconquerable Mādhava, even Your devotees make no distinctions of "I" and "mine," "you" and "yours," for this is the perverted mentality of animals.
An ordinary person thinks, "I am so attractive, intelligent and wealthy that people should simply serve me and do what I want. Why should I obey anyone else?" This proud, separatist mentality is also found in animals who battle one another for supremacy. Such a mentality is conspicuously absent in the mind of an advanced devotee, and it is certainly absent in the sublime, omniscient mind of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
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