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Brahman is beyond cause and effect and all life emerges from that – Bhagavad Gita

Real knowledge lies in humility, non-violence, tolerance, simplicity, self-control and steadfastness, perception of birth, death, old age and disease, non-attachment to children, the family and home, and peace of mind in favorable and unfavorable circumstances, meditation in solitude and understanding of the Self, the Atman, the God. This is the real knowledge and anything contrary to it is ignorance.

Brahman (God) is beyond cause and effect, from whom all life emerges. He is devoid of all senses, yet shines through them. He is inside and outside all beings, and though faraway is very near. God has form and is also formless. He resides in every heart.

Nature is the cause of all material activities and effects and Spirit is the cause of the experience of all sufferings and enjoyments through the physical body.

God is the only reality as it abides in all beings. He does not perish when they perish. He who sees God abiding alike everywhere and does not kill this self by the Self, reaches the supreme state.

He who perceives that the diverse existence of all beings is centered in One and that all evolution is from that One alone attains Brahman.

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 13