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evam sa bhautikam duhkham
daivikam daihikam ca yat
bhoktavyam atmano distam
praptam praptam abudhyata
The brahmana understood that all his suffering — from other living beings, from the higher forces of nature and from his own body — was unavoidable, being allotted to him by providence.
Many cruel persons harassed the brahmana, and his own body caused him suffering in the form of fever, hunger, thirst, fatigue, etc. The higher forces of nature are those that cause excessive heat, cold, wind and rain. The brahmana realized that his suffering was due to his false identification with his material body, and not to the interaction of his body with external phenomena. Rather than try to adjust his external situation, he tried to adjust his Krsna consciousness and thus realize his actual identity as eternal spirit soul.