Lord Krishna (His Lilas and Teachings) -Swami Sivananda
3. A Chandala who has resigned his body, speech and action, wealth and life to the Lord is far better than a Brahmin with the twelve favourable conditions and yet averse to the contemplation of the lotus-like feet of Lord Hari. The former purifies the whole of his race but not the Brahmin full of pride.
naivàtmanah prabhurayam nijalàbhapurno mànam janàdaviduùah karuno vrnite
4. The Lord who is ever contented in His own Self does not crave for the worship offered by little creatures of small intellect. But out of mercy and compassion He accepts whatever is offered unto Him which turns to his own benefit, just as the decoration or grace added to one’s own face is seen reflected in the image on the mirror.