Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 12, Chapter 11, Text 24

SB 12.11.24

dvija-rsabha sa esa brahma-yonih svayam-drk
 sva-mahima-paripurno mayaya ca svayaitat
srjati harati patity akhyayanavrtakso
 vivrta iva niruktas tat-parair atma-labhyah
O best of brahmanas, He alone is the self-luminous, original source of the Vedas, perfect and complete in His own glory. By His material energy He creates, destroys and maintains this entire universe. Because He is the performer of various material functions, He is sometimes described as materially divided, yet He always remains transcendentally situated in pure knowledge. Those who are dedicated to Him in devotion can realize Him to be their true Soul.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura recommends that we become humble by practicing the following meditation: “The earth, which is always visible to me, is the expansion of the lotus feet of my Lord, who is always to be meditated upon. All moving and nonmoving living beings have taken shelter of the earth and are thus sheltered at the lotus feet of my Lord. For this reason I should respect every living being and not envy anyone. In fact, all living entities constitute the Kaustubha gem on My Lord’s chest. Therefore I should never envy or deride any living entity.” By practicing this meditation one can achieve success in life.
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