SB 3.9.10 P Brahma' s Prayers for Creative Energy
ahny aprtarta-karana nisi nihsayana
daivahatartha-racana rsayo 'pi deva
yusmat-prasanga-vimukha iha samsaranti
ahni--during the daytime; aprta--engaged; arta--distressing engagement; karanah--senses; nisi--at night; nihsayanah--insomnia; nana--various; manoratha--mental speculations; dhiya--by intelligence; ksana--constantly; bhagna--broken; nidrah--sleep; daiva--superhuman; ahata-artha--frustrated; racanah--plans; rsayah--great sages; api--also; deva--O my Lord; yusmat--Your Lordship's; prasanga--topic; vimukhah--turned against; iha--in this (material world); samsaranti--do rotate.
Such nondevotees engage their senses in very troublesome and extensive work, and they suffer insomnia at night because their intelligence constantly breaks their sleep with various mental speculations. They are frustrated in all their various plans by supernatural power. Even great sages, if they are against Your transcendental topics, must rotate in this material world.