The Bhagavad-gita confirms that the Lord Krishna is situated in everyone’s heart as the witness, and as such He is the supreme director of sanction. The director is not the enjoyer of the fruits of action, for without the Lord’s sanction no one can enjoy. For example, in a prohibited area a habituated drunkard puts forward his application to the director of drinking, and the director, considering his case, sanctions only a certain amount of liquor for drinking. Similarly, the whole material world is full of many drunkards, in the sense that each and every one of the living entities has something in his mind to enjoy, and everyone wish the fulfilment of his wish very strongly.
Oneness with the Lord therefore consists of dovetailing one’s wish with the wish of the Supreme Lord. That makes for the perfection of all wish. The Lord, as the Supersoul in the heart of every living being, knows what is in the mind of each living entity, and no one can do anything without the knowledge of thcontinue reading →