Nations of the world speak different tongues. Nations of the world use different words to name the same objects of the material world: the English say “table”, the Lithuanians – “stalas”, the Russians – “стол”, etc. Words are different, but the object stays the same. Distinct names, images and shapes also exist in the spiritual world. “Soul” (En.), “siela” (Lith.), “душа” (Rus.) is the same concept, perceived and defined equally by all the nations even though it is represented by different words. Similarly, the same idea of the one concept and separate names applies when we talk about God: Jesus Christ, Krishna, Allah, Buddha, Narayana etc. Nevertheless, the mighty power maintaining the entity and harmony of the world is still the same, just named and addressed differently. Still, the underlying essence in both material and spiritual worlds stays the same despite the external and perceptual discrepancies or inequalities determined by the name or its sound.