CC Madhya 9.29

ramante yogino ‘nante
satyānande cid-ātmani
iti rāma-padenāsau
paraṁ brahmābhidhīyate

ramante—take pleasure; yoginaḥ—transcendentalists; anante—in the unlimited; satya-ānande—real pleasure; cit-ātmani—in spiritual existence; iti—thus; rāma—Rāma; padena—by the word; asau—He; param—supreme; brahma—truth; abhidhīyate—is called. 

“ ‘The Supreme Absolute Truth is called Rāma because the transcendentalists take pleasure in the unlimited true pleasure of spiritual existence.' 

This is the eighth verse of the Śata-nāma-stotra of Lord Rāmacandra, which is found in the Padma Purāṇa. 

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