Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 16, Text 02

SB 11.16.2

uccavacesu bhutesu
 durjñeyam akrtatmabhih
upasate tvam bhagavan
 yatha-tathyena brahmanah
My dear Lord, although it is difficult for the impious to understand that You are situated in all superior and inferior creations, those brahmanas who are actual knowers of the Vedic conclusion worship You in truth.
The behavior of saintly persons is also to be taken as evidence, and therefore it is here stated that although ignorant, impious persons are bewildered before the Lord’s all-pervading feature, those with purified, clear consciousness worship the Lord as He is. In this chapter Sri Uddhava inquires about the Lord’s opulences, and here the words uccavacesu bhutesu (“within superior and inferior creations”) clearly refer to the Lord’s external opulences, those manifested in the material world. The saintly brahmanas, or Vaisnavas, worship Lord Krsna within all things and yet recognize the variety in the Lord’s creation. For example, in worshiping the Deity, the devotees will select the nicest flowers, fruits and ornaments for decorating the transcendental form of the Lord. Similarly, although the Lord is present in the heart of every conditioned soul, the devotee will give more attention to a conditioned soul interested in the message of Lord Krsna. Although the Lord is everywhere, the devotees make distinctions, for the sake of the Lord’s service, between His presence in superior (ucca) and inferior (avacesu) creations.
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