As water is life to biological elements, Spirituality is life to Intellectual faculties that drives and preserves Humanity. Egalitarianism is an offshoot of spirituality that says all souls are integral and equal part of God.
He, who sees me in all beings and sees in me all the beings, such men willing to be in union with me (Yoga) see everyone alike.
He, who sees me everywhere and sees in me everything, I am never imperceptible to him nor is he invisible to me.
Educated and demure Brahmin, cows, elephants, dogs and the dog eaters (i.e. chaandaal) – Pundits look them alike.
As they, all dwell inside same Parampurush or considered as part thereof, bearing equal potential to change births (yonis) and spiritualize them by their Karmas.
God resides in all beings equally; they see who see the imperishable soul within the perishable bodies, truly.
He who compares people with self and thus, looks alike to all of them, O’ Arjun! He takes happiness and pains alike, such Yogi is truly superior, in my opinion.
Jesus Christ used to say the same: Do to others as you want to be treated. Refer: Luke 6:31 “Do to others as you would have them do to you. Matthew 7:12 “In everything, then, do to others as you would have them do to you. For this is the essence of the Law”. Look at conceptual similarities in religions. They do point to common sourcing of divine knowledge.
(Those who) See him everywhere and see them all dwelling inside Eeshwarah (the God); they do not let their soul descent (into sins) and thus, they definitely reach the ultimate goal (of Moksha).
Non-violence (by heart, mind, speech and actions), egalitarianism, contentment, austerity, donations, fame and infamy – all these attributes in beings are due to me and owing to my different facets.
Free from envy, friendly and compassionate to all, who is free from ownerships (attachments) and free from any kind of ego, even in pleasure and pain, always clement.
Anybody taking refuge in Me, O’ Arjun, even those born in sinful families or a woman, a prostitute, a servant, they all are equal in achieving Moksha, the supreme goal.
Contemporary society had impaired morals and practices caste, class and gender discriminations. Especially women and service class suffer the most. Bhagwan Kritsna removes the myth of discrimination in this Shloke and confirms that all are equal particularly those who are at the receiving end such as sinful, women, prostitutes and the service class. It holds true even today.
I am the same to all beings; I do not hate anyone nor is somebody specifically dear to me;, but those who worship me with devotion, they live in me and I live in them.
God is equal to all. He promotes no favouritism to anyone.
The witness and also the approver, the provider and also the consumer, the great lord of soul, is found in the bodies as the element of Paramatma, the Supreme soul, the beyond, the Para.
When the varieties of beings are seen holding the same (Purusha) inside, that is how the span of Brahm, (infinite field of existence of Brahm) is acknowledged, then.
Note the word ‘tat eva cha Vistaram Brahm’ i.e. the span of Brahm, is acknowledged, when everyone is seen as situated inside Him. This is clear evidence that the souls in beings are from the one and same field spanning infinitely. Kapil Muni, though, known for dualism, too states that when Purusha is realized, then difference between Puman (the ignorant being or soul) and Purusha (the element of God) becomes ‘Sukshma’, infinitesimally small or negligible. See more details in Appendix C –Sankhya interpretations. Here it is worth quoting Vedic scripture Maha Upanishad (Chapter 6, Verse 72):
Only small men discriminate saying: “One is a relative; the other is a stranger. For those who live magnanimously, the entire world constitutes as a family.” This concept was liked and popularized by many countries. Today, the world has specific tribes, states, language communities, castes and such manmade differentiations, and subjected to political divides, instead, all should be treated equally.