Immediately Brahmā descended from his great swan carrier and fell down before the Lord just like a golden stick. All the four helmets on the heads of Brahmā touched the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa. Brahmā, being very joyful, began to shed tears, and he washed the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa with his tears. Repeatedly he fell and rose as he recalled the wonderful activities of the Lord. After repeating obeisances for a long time, Brahmā stood up and smeared his hands over his eyes.
Because the Golden of the Moon Married the Dark of the night the matchness of all that exists under the skies came into being fragrances mix with air The bumblebee search the flower colors match other colors and marry the light Because the whiteness of the Resplendent Moon Blended the blackness of the Dense Night
The Bhagavad Geeta Chp 22 - Krishna to Arjuna "The devotee must be convinced that ‘all this is God (Vasudeva sarvam-idam)’. That is to say, one’s own Atma is everywhere in everything; this truth must be realized, acted upon, and experienced. Hating another is hating oneself; scorning another is but scorning oneself; finding fault with another is finding fault with oneself,” (SBOI)
The killing of Pralambāsura and the devouring of the devastating forest fire by Krsṇa and Balarāma became household topics in Vrindāvana. The cowherd men described these wonderful activities to their wives and to everyone else, and all were struck with wonder. They concluded that Krsṇa and Balarāma were demigods who had kindly come to Vrindāvana to become their children.