The Vedic information. Sa asṛjata. We give seeds with a particular part of the body, but Mahā-Viṣṇu, simply by glancing over the material nature, mahat-tattva, He impregnates the material nature with so many living entities. Sa asṛjata, sa aikṣata. These are the information. The Supreme Personality can give birth through His eyesight. He doesn't require to use it, genital. Because we get information from Brahma-saṁhitā, aṅgāni yasya sakalendriya-vṛttimanti paśyanti pānti kalayanti ciraṁ jaganti, ānanda-cinmaya-sad . . . (Bs. 5.32). These are description in the Brahma-saṁhitā. We can see only with our eyes, but the Brahman . . . para-brahman, Viṣṇu, He can beget children also with eyesight. We can eat with our mouth, tongue, but Kṛṣṇa can eat by seeing. Sometimes the argument is put forward by the atheist class of men that, "You are offering foodstuff to the Deity, but when He has eaten? The foodstuff is still lying there." (children making sounds) (aside) The children may be taken away. So he does not know, the atheist-class man, that Kṛṣṇa can eat simply by seeing. He has eaten everything, and again He has left everything. Pūrṇasya pūrṇam ādāya pūrṇam evāvaśiṣyate (Īśo Invocation). This is Kṛṣṇa's eating. He can eat the whole foodstuff, and it still remains as prasādam for distribution to the devotee as it is. So the atheists cannot see it. They think that it is lying there. It is lying there. But no, that is not the fact. Kṛṣṇa has eaten. And Kṛṣṇa, simply seeing by the eyes, He has eaten. It is a great science. One has to learn.
So we are all sons of God. This is a fact. Either I am human being or demigod or cats or dog or tree or plants or insect—anything, all living entities. Kṛṣṇa says, sarva-yoniṣu. Sarva-yoniṣu mean "All different forms or species of life, as many living entities there are, they are all My sons." Ahaṁ bīja-pradaḥ pitā (BG 14.4): "I am the seed-giving father," or "They are all My sons." This is our relationship. Actually, this is our relationship with Kṛṣṇa. And as the father and son relationship means the son may live at the cost of the father . . . father has got immense property, they can enjoy, but they must remain very obedient to the father—very natural—then he is happy. If the father is very rich man, he has got all the resources, and if the son is obedient, then where is trouble? Is there any trouble? Father wants simply . . . father is ready to give all the property to the sons. That is natural inclination. And the son's duty is to just to become obedient to the father.
But that we have rebelled: "No. Why shall I be obedient?" Therefore it is said, evaṁ parābhidhyānena kartṛtvaṁ prakṛteḥ pumān. All the living entities in this material world, they are thinking that "I am proprietor. I am supreme. I can do anything, whatever I like. There is no question of accepting any authority of God. These are primitive thoughts. We are self-sufficient." That means he is speaking all nonsense under the influence of prakṛti. He is a rascal number one. Just like a madman speaks so many things full of rascaldom—nobody cares for—similarly, when a devotee sees that a nondevotee atheist is claiming so many things for himself without giving credit . . . even big, big svāmīs, they are teaching that "Why you are giving credit to God?" The Communists also. There are big svāmīs, they also say like that, that "You are working hard. You have got some good result. Why you are giving credit to God?" These things are being taught. And the atheist also says: "I have worked hard. I have achieved this nice result. It is due to my labor." And . . . but when he is in loss, then the credit goes to God. Bhagavān ki ichchhachhe chalagiya (Hindi). (laughter) When he gets something, that is his credit. And he loses something—that goes to the responsibility of God, "Why God has created so much trouble? Why God has . . ." so many things.