Bhaktivinod Thakur has written a song “Tomar Iksane Hoy Sakala Utpatti Loy”. The Official Name for this song is Yamuna Bhavavali Song 02. This song is taken from the book Gitamala. Bhaktivinoda Thakura says that Krishna the lord of this world is the master and the controller of everyone. Govind Hare resides as a super soul in everyone’s heart. He is our true friend and nobody besides Him can understand our plight. He is so magnanimous and His love for all is never ending, true and permanent.
tomara iksana hoya sakala utpatti loya
caturdasa bhubanete jata
joda jiba adi kori' tomara krpaya hori
labhe janma ara ko'bo kota
tahadera brtti jata tomara iksane swatah
janme prabhu tumi sarbeswara
sakala jantura tumi swabhabika nitya-swami
suhrn mitra pranera iswara
e bhaktibinoda koya suno prabhu doyamoya
bhakti prati batsalya tomara
naisargika dharma hoya aupadhika kabhu noya
dase doya hoiya udara
(1) Oh my dear Lord Hari! Merely by Your glance, all creations throughout the fourteen worlds come into being. By Your mercy alone, oh Lord, all souls take their birth within this world of matter. What more can I say than this?
(2) When You cast Your glance, then automatically all the souls awaken into their own different natures, propensities and activities. Thus You, my dear Lord, are the only Master and Controller of all. You are by nature the eternal Master of all living beings, and You are thereby the dearest friend and Lord of everyone's heart.
(3) Now Bhaktivinoda says, please hear me, oh munificent Lord! The loving affection You show towards Your own devotees is most natural and eternal. It can never be classified as being of a temporary, designative nature. Thus, the kindness You show to Your own eternal servants is most liberal and magnanimous.