Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 61

prakṛteḥ sukumārataraṃ na kiñcit asti iti me matiḥ bhavati | yā dṛṣṭā asmi iti punaḥ na darśanam upaiti puruṣasya ||

prakṛti - the original producer of the material world; nature or process of matter; nature, character, constitution, temper, dispositionsukumāratara - more delicate; more modestna - no; not; nor, neitherkiñcit - something; somewhat; very little; anythingasti - exists, existent, presentiti - thus; in this manner; something that has been said or thought; having so saidme - mymata - a thought, idea, opinion, view, sentimentbhava - re-emerge; coming into existence; birth; production - whodṛṣṭa - seen, looked at, beheld, perceived, viewed, observed, noticed; visible, apparent, observable; considered, regarded; treated of; appearing, manifested; occurring, found; experienced, suffered, endured; seen in the mind, devised, imagined, learned,asmi - I ampunar - back, home, in an opposite direction; again and again, repeatedly; again, once moredarśana - view, doctrine, philosophical system; seeing, observing, looking, noticing, observation, perception; exhibiting, teaching; inspection, examinationupe - to go or come or step near, approachpuruṣa - animating principle, self, consciousness, spirit; a person, man, a human being; people