‘Baati’ (wick) is used to lit a lamp. It is made up of cotton. Clothes are also made up of cotton. Both Baati and cloth contain cotton, but their names, looks, characteristics, usages, are different.
Similarly, in this world – names, looks and characteristics keeps on changing, but their ‘Mool Tatva’ (Core Principle) – GOD is always the same. Even though both baati and cloth are made up of cotton their names are different; likewise names, looks and virtues of men, women, plants, animals, insects, unconsciousness (Sushupti), consciousness (Chetanta) are altogether different but the omnipresent GOD residing in all of them; their Mool Tatva is always the same. And God himself is the all-pervading truth.