Krishna - The Supreme Designer

Hare Krishna Prabhujis and Matajis,
Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada and Srila Gurudev.

I found the following intriguing analysis in HH Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj's diary. 

Have you ever taken a look at the inside of a watch? When you take the back off, you see an intricate array of cog-wheels, spring, balance-wheel and levers. In a moment of reverie you exclaim, "It must have been some genius who invented the first clock!". 

Have you ever thought about our universe and its intricacies and mused that there must be a mastermind behind it? Our Earth for instance, rotates perfectly (inspite of the gravitational pull of the passing planets) so that we have unerring day and night with a loss of only a fraction of a second in a millennium. Even more spectacularly accurate is the movement of the Earth through space which creates our year. In its huge millennium orbit around the Sun, traveling at 67,000 mph, our Earth closes its yearly voyage without the loss of a thousandth of a second in thousands of years! Clearly there must be an inventor! 

When one begins to study astronomy and learns of the numberless stars, star systems and galaxies and the immense distances involved and the sometimes complex orbits they follow, our minds boggle at it all. If we are honest with ourselves we shall conclude that there must be a controller. 

Who equipped the bat with "radar", so that he could fly at top speed around the corners of a barn and never have an accident? Who told the bee that 'as well' as gathering honey, it should pollinate flowers, and how is it that it "knows" it must visit only a certain kind of flower each day? Surely the natural world dictates there is an intelligence behind it. 

Next take a look at man himself. We take ourselves for granted, but truly we are wonderfully made. Man, with all of his inventive genius and miniaturization, has not only failed to reduce machines to a comparable size, but also is completely unable to copy some processes such as automatic repairing when incisions, cuts or damage occur. To show how far off man is from making copies of his organs, it has been said that to produce a machine that would perform all the functions of just one small organ, it would need to be as big as St.Pauls. A few years ago, a model was made of the human brain to demonstrate how the brain receives and evaluates information, and acts on it. It stood 12 feet high, had 38 miles of wiring and contained more than 30,000 tiny light bulbs. Then it could only do some of what the human brain does regularly and easily. There must be a designer! (end) 

In relation to this idea of Krishna as the Supreme Designer, Srila Prabhupada says as follows in chapter 24 of his book - Teachings of Lord Caitanya, According to a mantra in Taittiriya Upaniṣad (Yato  imāni bhūtāni jāyante) this cosmic manifestation is but an emanation from the Supreme Absolute Truth, and it rests in the Supreme Absolute Truth. The Absolute Truth has been called the ablative, causative and locative performer. Thus as a performer, He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, for these are symptoms of personality. As the ablative performer of this cosmic manifestation, all thinking, feeling and willing come from Him. Without thinking, feeling and willing, there is no possibility of arrangement and design in the cosmic manifestation. Then again, He is causative, for He is the original designer of the cosmos. And He is locative: that is, everything is resting in His energy. These attributes are all clearly attributes of personality.

All these above examples are just a few indications of the unlimited wonders in this world that leads us to the understanding of the Supreme Absolute Truth. And this Supreme Absolute Truth is unambiguously and elaborately described in the pages of Srimad Bhagavatam. All the other scriptures in the world give only a vague description of who that Absolute Truth is whereas Srimad Bhagavatam, in its very first verse, gives us the exact answer that That Supreme Absolute Truth (paraṁ satyaṁis Vāsudeva - Lord Sri Krishna! oṁ namo bhagavate vāsudevāya...  satyaṁ paraṁ dhīmahi. The rest of the entire Srimad Bhagavatam elaborates on the attributes and activities of this Supreme Absolute Truth Lord Sri Krishna. This great monumental work was written by Srila Vyasadev on the advice of his spiritual master Narada muni to satisfy all the classes of men (both learned and wretched) in SB 1.5.40 thus: 

tvam apy adabhra-śruta viśrutaṁ vibhoḥ
samāpyate yena vidāṁ bubhutsitam
prākhyāhi duḥkhair muhur arditātmanāṁ
saṅkleśa-nirvāṇam uśanti nānyathā

Please, therefore, describe the Almighty Lord's activities which you have learned by your vast knowledge of the Vedas, for that will satisfy the hankerings of great learned men and at the same time mitigate the miseries of the masses of common people who are always suffering from material pangs. Indeed, there is no other way to get out of such miseries.

Thank you very much.
Yours in service of Srila Prabhupada and Srila Gurudev,
Kalacakra Krsna das.