Because of the magnificence and the might of God, the mind may not be in a position to conceive the whole of Him in one stroke.
Even when we look at an ordinary individual, we cannot visualise the entire person at one stroke.
We see only some part of the person for the purpose of our practical activity, and concentration on every limb is not done, generally speaking.
But in order to attract the attention of the mind to the beauty and perfection in every part of the body of God, it is said that everything is madhuram. Adharam-madhuram—everything is sweetness, like sugar candy, where we cannot say that any part is not sweet.
In the case of an ordinary mortal, there is a distinction made between the functions of the head, heart, lungs, feet, hands, and so on, but in the case of the Mighty Person, such distinction is not made.
Any part is as good as any other part. We cannot say that His feet are inferior to His head, as no such comparison…