Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 31

yada bhuta-prithag-bhavam eka-stham anupashyati
tata eva ca vistaram brahma sampadyate tada

Translation: 

When one truly sees, he ceases to identify the body as the self. Realizing that all living beings are equal, he attains the Brahman conception and sees them expanded everywhere.

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Commentary: 
The world is composed of moving and non-moving things. Moving species consist of humans, animals, fish etc. Non-moving objects include trees, mountains, minerals etc. Shri Krishna says that all these moving and nonmoving things are a combination of material nature and the living beings. One who has deeper vision sees that the Super Consciousness is the Controller of all things and is situated in the hearts of all living beings, within every atom and in between every atom. ...continue reading »

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