Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
On Self-realization the universe appears divine to a Jnani, but it seems sweet (loving) to a devout devotee. Having seen it in the form of 'madhurya' (sweet), as a man naturally loves his body, so does a devotee naturally loves all beings. But Arjuna saw the Lord's divine (glorious) cosmic form because he wanted to see the same form - 'drastumicchami te rapamaidvararh purusottama' (11/3). In 'madhurya' there is special lovingness and in 'aisvarya' (glory) there is special influence. It means that the divine cosmic form in spite of being one, appears in numerous forms, according to the sentiment of a devotee and in spite of appearing in numerous forms, it remains one. Diversity is unity and unity is diversity is the Lord's singularity, unworldliness (divinity) and peculiarity.