|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 24: The Philosophy of Sāńkhya|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.24.16
aṇur bṛhat kṛśaḥ sthūlo
yo yo bhāvaḥ prasidhyati
sarvo 'py ubhaya-saḿyuktaḥ
prakṛtyā puruṣeṇa ca
aṇuḥ — small; bṛhat — great; kṛśaḥ — thin; sthūlaḥ — stout; yaḥ yaḥ — whatever; bhāvaḥ — manifestation; prasidhyati — is established; sarvaḥ — all; api — indeed; ubhaya — by both; saḿyuktaḥ — conjoined; prakṛtyā — by nature; puruṣeṇa — by the enjoying spirit soul; ca — and.
Whatever features visibly exist within this world — small or great, thin or stout — certainly contain both the material nature and its enjoyer, the spirit soul.
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