‘Jeev’ on being under the grip of Maya, is averse to God but always wishes God’s favor. The meaning of kripa (favor) for him is to have the worldly amenities incessantly. If worldly things, relations, positions etc. are favorable to him, then he considers these illusive favorable situations to be the God’s favour. However, when he faces worldly adversities, he never hesitates in saying- God is unkind. The effortless ignorant ‘jeev’ is doing the same severe sin of blaming God since eternity. Consequently, his mind becomes more and more illuminative, full of perplexities and weakened. His condition turns out alike that student, who fails owing to writing the answers wrong in examination but shifts all blame to the examiner. Pointing towards this condition of ‘jeev’, fifth original Jagadguru Sri Kripaluji Maharaj writes –
In the above couplet, He presents the scientific view of God’s favor. He says in this verse that from the time of immemorial there has been a conflict between act of jeev’s surrender and the God’s favor. The God says, though the treasure of my favor is open for you but it is also the fact that I am liberated to bestow favor on those only, who comes to my asylum. I am bounded with the law of God’s world. On the other hand, jeev is obstinate that he should be favored first, just then the question of being surrendered will be in consideration. The very irony keeps the ‘jeev’ averted from God. Neither has he understood the aim of his life, nor his actual form. Thus, as the result he is leftover incapable in appreciating Him! Who is prevalent in each particle of the universe, in the form of His Bliss? On being the captive of Maya, Jeev is incapable to comprehend the favor of extremely graceful God and the favor bestowed to him as being sent to the earth. Jeev has being bestowed with the natural protection i.e. air to breathe, grains to eat and ample stock of water to drink etc. These gratuitous provisions is an act of God’s gracious-look upon ‘jeev’ but the ignorant jeev’ acts as if his welfare is in being ingratitude rather gratitude.