The man cannot see, sense or comprehend the Almighty by making use of his faculties of seeing, sensing and comprehending that he is accustomed to. Therefore, he finds it difficult to realize the God. The creation of the Almighty is more approachable for the man. Possibly, the man can ‘see’ the God in living beings and try to realize Him. However, the man cannot visualize the qualities of the God in living beings, particularly the human beings, and hence, it is difficult for the man to ‘see’ the God in the God’s creation. The man, therefore, cannot worship the living beings, particularly the fellow human beings.
If the man pities the human beings owing to the quality of compassion that he possesses, and through that love, he tries to connect himself with the God, he places himself above the fellow human beings; then, he surrenders to his own ego, and not to the Almighty. Maybe, the only option before the man is that he realizes his incompleteness and together with the other beings that are also incomplete, tries to reduce his incompleteness totally engrossed in the thought of completeness of the Almighty. The completeness of the Almighty and the incompleteness of His creation, perhaps, not only a truthful relation of the man with the God, but, it also strongly and convincingly binds the man with the thought of the Almighty. The human life that tries to improve itself has a definite meaning and purpose; it is a perfect negation of nothingness.
PROMOD KUMAR SHARMA
[The writer of this blog is also the author of “Mahatma A Scientist of the Intuitively Obvious” and “In Search of Our Wonderful Words”.]