One must appreciate the importance of a father as the giver of this worldly life; but must also acknowledge and embrace that Parmatma is the true Creator; our father before this lifetime, Fire is contained in firewood and butter is contained in milk; however, we can not see, taste, or feel the fire until it is lit or the butter until it is churned. In the same way, the Creator, Parmatma, is present in everything and everyone, but until we work to purify ourselves or ignite the spiritual light within ourselves we can not see or experience the Creator.
The Creator permeates everything and is in the hearts of all beings. The Creator is what culminates and completes everything and our being. Diffused in both water and land, Parmatma is permeating everyone and everything. Pervading everywhere, permeating all, and yet unattached; the Creator is like a treasure, excellent and brilliant, found only with determination, hard work and persistence.
Just as the process of churning butter slowly separates the butter from the water; Satsang, Seva and Simran can help us separate the ego and our other vices from ourselves so that only the name and purity of the Creator is remaining in our hearts. Like Bhagat Jaidev we too can begin to see the Creator in all living beings, cast no judgement and always wish for the welfare and spiritual progress of everyone.