“The impersonal conception of the Absolute Truth is also a form of the Lord called avyakta-murti. Murti means ‘form,’ but because His impersonal feature is inexplicable to our limited senses, He is the avyakta-murti form, and in that inexplicable form of the Lord the whole creation is resting; or, in other words, the whole creation is the Lord Himself, and the creation is also nondifferent from Him, but simultaneously He, as the original Personality of Godhead Shri Krishna, is aloof from the created manifestation.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 2.6.39 Purport)
Friend1: What is the preferred translation for the Sanskrit word “Bhagavan”?
Friend2: You really don’t know or is this setting me up for something?
Friend1: The latter.
Friend2: Okay. There is bhaga and van. The first means fortunes or opulences. The second refers to the person who possesses.
Friend1: And I’m assuming…
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