This couplet projects us into the present age. The present generation justly lays claim to have advanced in the scientific and other fields of knowledge so as to produce atomic reactors, hydrogen bombs, jet planes, etc.
The achievement is truly great and a matter of just pride. However, the author cautions that this achievement only reveals the glory of the Creator and implies that the just pride of achievement should not make us lose sight of the fact of our human character, of our ultimate fate and the existence of the Creator. We are to comprehend the glory of the Creator and endeavour to live in accordance with the precepts revealed by Him.