Bhaktivinoda Thakur has written this song “Tuwa Bhakti Pratikula”. The official name of this song is Bhakti Pratikula Bhava Varjanangikara Song 2. This song is taken from the book Saranagati.
tuwa-bhakti-pratikula dharma ja’te roy
parama jatane taha tyajibo niscoy
tuwa-bhakti-bahir-mukha sańga na koribo
gaurańga-virodhi-jana-mukha na heribo
bhakti-pratikula sthane na kori vasati
bhaktira apriya karye nahi kori rati
bhaktira virodhi grantha patha na koribo
bhaktira virodhi vyakhya kabhu na sunibo
gaurańga-varjita sthana tirtha nahi mani
bhaktira badhaka jsana-karma tuccha jani
bhaktira badhaka kale na kori adar
bhakti bahir-mukha nija-jane jani par
bhaktira badhika sprha koribo varjan
abhakta-pradatta anna na kori grahan
jaha kichu bhakti-pratikula boli’ jani
tyajibo jatane taha, e niscoya vani
bhakativinoda podi’ prabhura carane
magaye sakati pratikulyera varjane
(1) I vow to abandon without compromise all actions contrary to Your devotional service.
(2) I will keep company with no one opposed to devotional service, nor even look at the face of a person inimical toward Lord Gauranga.
(3) I shall never reside at a place unfavorable for devotional practices, and may I never take pleasure in nondevotional works.
(4) I will read no book opposed to pure devotion, nor listen to any explanation which disagrees with pure devotional principles.
(5) I will never regard as sacred any place where Lord Gauranga is rejected. Any knowledge hindering pure devotional service I consider worthless.
(6) Any season which poses obstacles to the execution of devotional service shall find no favor with me, and I will consider all relatives or family members averse to pure devotion as strangers.
(7) I will abandon all desires that hinder devotion and never accept food offered to me by nondevotee atheists.
(8) I vow to promptly shun whatever I know to contradict pure devotion. This I strongly promise.
(9) Bhaktivinoda, falling at the feet of the Lord, begs for the strength to give up all obstacles to pure devotion.