SB 6.10.7

śrī-ṛṣir uvāca
dharmaṁ vaḥ śrotu-kāmena
 yūyaṁ me pratyudāhṛtāḥ
eṣa vaḥ priyam ātmānaṁ
 tyajantaṁ santyajāmy aham
Word for word: 
śrī-ṛṣiḥ uvāca — the great saint Dadhīci said; dharmam — the principles of religion; vaḥ — from you; śrotu-kāmena — by the desire to hear; yūyam — you; me — by me; pratyudāhṛtāḥ — replied to the contrary; eṣaḥ — this; vaḥ — for you; priyam — dear; ātmānam — body; tyajantam — leaving me anyway, today or tomorrow; santyajāmi — give up; aham — I.
Translation: 
The great sage Dadhīci said: Just to hear from you about religious principles, I refused to offer my body at your request. Now, although my body is extremely dear to me, I must give it up for your better purposes since I know that it will leave me today or tomorrow.