Difference between – ‘I’ and God

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By Swami Tejomayananda
(Excerpt from Shvetashvatara Upanishad)

I, the individual is finite – with little knowledge, little strength, dependant on the world & limited by time and space.  God, on the other hand is infinite – beyond time & space.  He is omniscient & omnipotent, ever united with His infinite nature & the Lord of all.

Being a part of God, the individual has His characteristics, but in…

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