Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Appendix:—In God everywhere there is everything. As in a pen and ink, which script is not there? A man having knowledge of different scripts can write them with the same pen and ink. In a lump of gold, which ornament is not present? A goldsmith out of that lump prepares several ornaments such as bangles, necklaces and nose rings etc., similarly in iron which arm or weapon or instrument is not there? Which idol is not present in clay and stone? Similarly in God what is not there? The entire universe is ham of God, stays in Him and at last merges into Him. When He is at the beginning, He is at the end, then Who else can be there in the mid-state? If a striver accepts this fact firmly that God pervades everywhere, God will be seen to him because only He exists, there is no other existence besides Him. The Lord declares-
(Srimadbha. V9/32) 'I was present before the universe was created, there was nothing else besides Me; and after the creation whatever the world appears, that is also I. The real, the unreal and any other entity which can be imagined beyond the real and the unreal, that is also I. If there is anything else besides the creation that is also I; and at the destruction of the creation, whatever remains, that is also I.'
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