Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 06, Chapter 04, Text 24

SB 6.4.24

na yasya sakhyam puruso ’vaiti sakhyuh
 sakha vasan samvasatah pure ’smin
guno yatha gunino vyakta-drstes
 tasmai mahesaya namaskaromi
Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada: 
As the sense objects [form, taste, touch, smell and sound] cannot understand how the senses perceive them, so the conditioned soul, although residing in his body along with the Supersoul, cannot understand how the supreme spiritual person, the master of the material creation, directs his senses. Let me offer my respectful obeisances unto that Supreme Person, who is the supreme controller.
Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada: 
The individual soul and the Supreme Soul live together within the body. This is confirmed in the Upanisads by the analogy that two friendly birds live in one tree — one bird eating the fruit of the tree and the other simply witnessing and directing. Although the individual living being, who is compared to the bird that is eating, is sitting with his friend the Supreme Soul, the individual living being cannot see Him. Actually the Supersoul is directing the workings of his senses in the enjoyment of sense objects, but as these sense objects cannot see the senses, the conditioned soul cannot see the directing soul. The conditioned soul has desires, and the Supreme Soul fulfills them, but the conditioned soul is unable to see the Supreme Soul. Thus Prajapati Daksa offers his obeisances to the Supreme Soul, the Supersoul, even though unable to see Him. Another example given is that although ordinary citizens work under the direction of the government, they cannot understand how they are being governed or what the government is. In this regard, Madhvacarya quotes the following verse from the Skanda Purana:
yatha rajñah priyatvam tu
 bhrtya vedena catmanah
tatha jivo na yat-sakhyam
 vetti tasmai namo ’stu te
“As the various servants in the different departments of big establishments cannot see the supreme managing director under whom they are working, the conditioned souls cannot see the supreme friend sitting within their bodies. Let us therefore offer our respectful obeisances unto the Supreme, who is invisible to our material eyes.”
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