Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 29, Text 29

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SB 11.29.29

apy uddhava tvaya brahma
 sakhe samavadharitam
api te vigato mohah
 sokas casau mano-bhavah
My dear friend Uddhava, have you now completely understood this transcendental knowledge? Are the confusion and lamentation that arose in your mind now dispelled?
Sri Uddhava had been bewildered by considering manifestations of Lord Krsna’s own potency to be separate from Him. Uddhava’s lamentation arose because he thought himself separated from Lord Krsna. Actually, Sri Uddhava is an eternally liberated soul, but the Lord placed him in bewilderment and lamentation so that this supreme knowledge of the Uddhava-gita could be spoken. Lord Krsna’s question here indicates that if Uddhava had not perfectly understood this knowledge, Lord Krsna would have explained the same thing again. According to Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, since Sri Uddhava is the intimate friend of Lord Krsna, the Lord’s question here was in a friendly, playful spirit. The Lord was well aware of Uddhava’s complete enlightenment in Krsna consciousness.
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