A WORLDLING IS A POOR EXPONENT OF THE SASTRAS
A MAN wanted to engage a Bhagavata pandit who could explain the Bhagavata to him. His friend said: “I know of an excellent pandit. But there is one difficulty; he does a great deal of farming. He has four ploughs and eight bullocks and is always busy with them; he has no leisure.” Thereupon the man said: “I don’t care for a pandit who has no leisure.
I am not looking for a Bhagavata scholar burdened with ploughs and bullocks. I want a pandit who can really expound the sacred book to me.”