“Thou art the Spreme Being, the Supreme Home, and the Supreme Purifier, the Eternal Divine Person; First of Gods without beginning (unborn), the All-pervading.” (X-12) Bhagavad Gita.

“God is the origin of every thing. Nothing can exist without Him” (X-39) Bhagavad Gita.
“God assuming the form of two Prakritis (Matter and Spirit), He is the power which is responsible for the birth and extinction of this universe.” (VII-6) Bhagavad Gita.
“God is the soul, the spirit, Atman or conscience of all creatures. In fact, He is the beginning and the end of all.” (X-20) Bhagavad Gita.
“In short the whole world is supported and pervaded by only a small fraction of God’s vast power.” (X-42) Bhagavad Gita.

There are moments in all our lives when we become intensivly aware of this unseen, wonderful power and we wish to address Him and express our gratitude or perhaps call on Him for certain familiar attributes. The following verse describes attributes.
“He is the all knowing ruler, the subtler than the subtlest, the supporter of all, beyond conception, glorious like the Sun and far removed from all forms of darkness (sin).”(VII-9) Bhagavad Gita.
“God is formless and so He can never be divided. Yet He exists in each separate being in the universe.” (XIII-16) Bhagavad Gita.
“Such as the air in a pot is not separate from the atmospheric air, yet it has a separate entity only so long as the pot exists. The whole universe with its mainfold divisions is gathered into one, in God. God is the world and the world is God, to love and serve each other. There is nothing beyond the influence of the God. All things in universe are supported and linked together by Him (God) as the pearls of a necklace are held together by a single thread.” (VII-7) Bhagavad Gita.

“Whatever is glorious, prosperous and powerful is but the symbol of a small fragment of His splendor.” (X-41) Bhagavad Gita.
Every deed of heroism, every life of sacrifice, every work of genius, is the revelation of The Divine. He appears to be immovable as well as moving, far as well as near depending on our own state of mind. If we realise that God dwells equally in all, we should love and respect every creature on earth and learn to ignore the apparent differences and deficiencies in one another.