Bhagavad Gita sings:
बलं बलवतां चाहं कामरागविवर्जितम्।
धर्माविरुद्धो भूतेषु कामोऽस्मि भरतर्षभ॥
balam balavatām cāham kāmarāgavivarjitam
dharmāviruddho bhūtesu kāmo’smi bharatarsabha
“I am, O the best of Bharat,
the selfless power of the strong and I,
am the aspiration for realization in all beings that is
never hostile to God.”
God is the righteous aspiration of the mighty and also their strength which is free from all desire.
Doesn’t everyone in the world wish to be strong?
Some endeavour to achieve it through physical exercise and some through the amassing of nuclear weapons.
But Sri Krishn affirms that he is the strength that is beyond all desire and attachment. This is true strength. He is also in all beings the aspiration that is propitious for dharm. God alone is the real dharm. The immortal Soul that holds all within himself is dharm.
And God is also that craving which is not inimical to dharm.Sri Krishn had prompted Arjun earlier to aspire to the realization of God.
All desires are forbidden, but yearning for the attainment of God is essential because we cannot be inclined to worship in its absence.
This hunger for God is also a gift from Sri Krishn.
[Revered Swami Adgadanandji Paramhans]
As expounded by most revered Gurudev.