During Swamishri's breakfast, Kirtan, a young satsangi boy, recited the verse, 'Tvameva mata cha pita tvameva…' Then, a sadhu asked Kirtan as to who his father was. Kirtan pointed to his father who was sitting nearby. Swamishri then explained to Kirtan, saying, "Our true Mother and Father is God. In the worldly sense, you were born of your parents, but God gave you this body. Your father was not there to mould your body. God moulded your hands, feet, nose, ears, etc. Everyone is born after God moulds them. You can't find such a master sculptor anywhere! Look how He has made our beautiful eyes, nose, mouth, hands, feet and teeth. And since God created us, He is our Mother and Father. God is the Mother and Father of your atma whereas your parents are the mother and father of your body. God is also your Brother and your Friend. Don't you all kids sing, 'Ghanshyam, Ghanshyam come and play with me.' Then the verse says 'Tvameva sarvam', meaning, 'God is everything for us.'"
Swamishri explained the glory of God as Mother, Father, Brother, Friend and everything for everyone.