"You call me an incarnation of God," Krishna said to Arjuna as they were walking along the road through a forest, "but you do not understand how things really are. What do you see there for example?" Krishna pointed towards a fruit tree by the side of the road.
"I see a fruit tree. There are bunches of dark blue berries hanging from the branches," Arjuna replied.
"Look more closely," Krishna said, "and try to understand."
Arjuna looked: every berry in every bunch was a tiny Krishna.
"How many Krishnas do you see?" said Krishna, smiling. "They are beyond counting."
Inspired by: Tales and Parables of Sri Ramakrishna
Notes: This is story 136 in the book. Krishna's name means "dark, dark blue, black" in Sanskrit; you can read more about Krishna and about Arjuna at Wikipedia.