“The universal form of the Lord is the cosmic manifestation, which is an exhibition of the external energy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 4.1.56 Purport)
Arjuna had seen Him his whole life. He had spent plenty of time with Him as an adult. Sometimes they would joke together. Sometimes they would sit around and do nothing. They enjoyed in the way that friends did. Arjuna knew that He was special, something out of the ordinary. He knew that this friend was always there for him, ready to bail him out of any trouble. When the most difficult situation arose, the relationship changed dramatically.
Arjuna became the disciple and his friend the teacher. Just a moment prior Arjuna was giving the orders on the chariot, with his friend simply steering. Now it was the other way around. Arjuna listened…
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