jivanti loma-vila-ja jagad-anda-nathah
visnur mahan sa iha yasya kala-viseso
govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami
yasya—whose; eka—one; nisvasita—of breath; kalam—time; atha—thus; avalambya—taking shelter of; jivanti—live; loma-vila-jah—grown from the hair holes; jagat-anda-nathah—the masters of the universes (the Brahmas); visnuh mahan—the Supreme Lord, Maha-Visnu; sah—that; iha—here; yasya—whose; kala-visesah—particular plenary portion or expansion; govindam—Lord Govinda; adi-purusam—the original person; tam—Him; aham—I; bhajami—worship.
"The Brahmas and other lords of the mundane worlds appear from the pores of Maha-Visnu and remain alive for the duration of His one exhalation. I adore the primeval Lord, Govinda, of whom Maha-Visnu is a portion of a plenary portion."
This description of the Lord's creative energy is from the Brahma-samhita (5.48), which Lord Brahma compiled after his personal realization. When Maha-Visnu exhales, the spiritual seeds of the universes emanate from Him in the form of molecular particles like those that are visible, three times the size of an atom, when sunlight is diffused through a small hole. In these days of atomic research it will be a worthwhile engagement for atomic scientists to learn from this statement how the entire creation develops from the spiritual atoms emanating from the body of the Lord.
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