We should not be envious of Krsna. Because He is the origin of everything, He has the unchallengeable right to enjoy in any way He likes. In Goloka Vrndavana, Krsna's home in the spiritual world, everything and everyone is an expansion of His internal potency and thus exists for His pleasure only. Krsna eternally enjoys an unlimited variety of relationships with His devotees. Although all of Krsna's devotees are full of love for Him. He is especially conquered by the unconditional love of thegopis, the cowherd girls of Vrndavana. The gopis are willing to give up everything to serve Krsna, and for this Krsna is ever indebted to them. Because their happiness comes only from serving Krsna, they demonstrate the epitome of love of God. The loving affairs of Krsna and the gopis are on the absolute, transcendental plane, and we can never understand them in our present impure state of consciousness. If we take pleasure in hearing of Krsna's pastimes with His devotees, however, we too will one day gain entrance into the blissful, pristine realm of Krsna consciousness.