CC Antya 4.10

tāte yadi ei deha bhāla-sthāne diye
duḥkha-śānti haya āra sad-gati pāiye
Word for word: 
tāte — therefore; yadi — if; ei — this; deha — body; bhāla-sthāne — in a good place; diye — I sacrifice; duḥkha-śānti — appeasement of unhappiness; haya — there is; āra — and; sat-gati — good destination; pāiye — I get.
Translation: 
“Therefore if I sacrifice this body in a good place, my unhappiness will be mitigated and I shall attain an exalted destination.