After meditation: an excerpt from the Shvetashvatara Upanishad in THE UPANISHADS, tr. Eknath Easwaran (Tomales, CA: Nilgiri Press, 1995), p. 225.
May the Lord of Love, who projects himself
Into this universe of myriad forms,
From whom all beings come and to whom all
Return, grant us the grace of wisdom.
He is fire and the sun, and the moon
And the stars. He is the air and the sea,
And the Creator, Prajapati.
He is this boy, he is that girl, he is
This man, he is that woman, and he is
This old man, too, tottering on his staff.
His face is everywhere.
He is the blue bird, he is the green bird
With red eyes; he is the thundercloud,
And he is the seasons and the seas.
He has no beginning, he has no end.
He is the source from which all evolves.
From his divine power comes forth all this
Show of name and form, of you
And me, which casts the spell of pain and pleasure.
Only when we pierce through the veil
Do we see the One who appears as many.