CC Ādi 7.85

pañcama puruṣārtha — premānandāmṛta-sindhu
mokṣādi ānanda yāra nahe eka bindu
Word for word: 
pañcama — fifth; puruṣa-artha — goal of life; prema-ānanda — the spiritual bliss of love of Godhead; amṛta — eternal; sindhu — ocean; mokṣa-ādi — liberation and other principles of religiosity; ānanda — pleasures derived from them; yāra — whose; nahe — never comparable; eka — one; bindu — drop.
Translation: 
“ ‘For a devotee who has actually developed bhāva, the pleasure derived from dharma, artha, kāma and mokṣa appears like a drop in the presence of the sea.