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God comes again and again in human form to preach- Negligence of present human incarnation

Identification of the contemporary human incarnation and selfless service to it is the total essence of the total spiritual knowledge. The starting point is the direct atheist or the scientist (an indirect atheist) misled by the ambition of the follower of Advaita (who think soul is God). Whenever Veda uses the word Atman in the context of God, it means only the particular individual soul, which is charged by God called as human incarnation. When it is said in Veda that the space is generated by the soul, the word soul means the human being charged by God like Krishna who came as the human incarnation.

Krishna says that He is the source of the entire creation and the first item of the creation is space, which is the first of the five elements. Gita clearly says that God comes in the form of a human being (Manusheem …..). But the serious objection to the human incarnation is that if there was only one human incarnation like Krishna, only one human generation was blessed and therefore God must be partial. To avoid this blame, Krishna told that He will come again and again (Yadayadahi …). But the same human body of Krishna is not seen again and again. This means that God is beyond the human body and hence God is beyond this entire creation.

God takes a fresh human body every time just like the soul. The human body is only a shirt which can be changed often (Vasamsi..Gita). Unfortunately, the human beings due to repulsion between common items neglect God in the human body. The human beings do not recognize God existing in a particular human body and treat that particular human body as an ordinary human being only (Parambhavamajananto…Gita). As long as the human incarnation is alive, no human being recognizes it but recognizes it after its exit. Krishna said that a human being recognizing Him as God is very rare (Kaschitmam.., Samahatma Sudurlabhah…Gita).

But, today most of us recognize Krishna as God. In such case how Krishna said this? Is not Gita Universal, which is applicable to all times? A simple analysis of this point shows that Krishna said this in view of negligence shown to Him by the human beings in His lifetime. Hence this statement means that many do not recognize the alive human incarnation and several only after its exit recognize it. This statement also clearly proves that Krishna was speaking about the human incarnation (Himself) existing in His time only (Contemporary human incarnation) and this does not mean a single human incarnation generalized for all the times.

If Krishna was the single human incarnation generalized to all the times, this statement becomes wrong because later on several human beings worshiped Krishna. The recognition of Krishna as God exists during several human generations after Him (a long span of time) and only a short time (His life time) is related to this statement. This means that there is no single human incarnation generalized to all times.

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