Gita shloka (verse) quoted by you does not contain the references
indicated. However, in the whole of Bhagavad Gita wherever I has
been used... it simply stands for our soul atman within the body...
the real master and controller of the body!
Me is indicative
of the physical body... the human body! Mine also represents the
physical manifest self... the human body! Wherever the term you
have been used... it is indicative of God Almighty... the ultimate
Creator and controller of the Cosmos!
the whole cosmic world rotates between I and you. When you... God
Almighty... the Creator of the Cosmos explodes with a big bang...
all individual selves... I's (all souls atmans) start their cosmic
From the first
manifestation to the last... the goal of I remains... merging with
the greater I! God Almighty himself! In the world of souls' atmans...
the physical manifest self is a temporal phase. Other than cleansing
of the real self... our soul atman within... there is no other purpose
for human life!
In every given
circumstance of life and time... the analogy of I and you always
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
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