Srila Vyasadeva: Perfection of Vyasadeva

                                                                  Q. Based on the story of Vyasadeva running after his son, Sukadeva Goswami, some people I know argue that Vyasadeva is not perfect and hence the Vedas composed by Him may not be perfect. Please shed some light on this story and how it relates to Vyasadeva's qualification for writing the Vedas.

                                                                  Q. Srimad Bhagavatam starts by introducing Krishna as the creator of the universe and introduces him as 'Bhagavan', the Supreme Godhead. Is this a pre-supposition that there is an actor who created the material world? I am not sure we will get an answer following the 'Bhakti' philosophy, since this philosophy is built on assumptions which I am questioning! We should ask why would Vedavyas composed something like Bhagavatam after consolidating all of the vedas and the Upanishads. Why is he introducing Krishna, whose reference is not found in the Rig and the other vedas and upanishads? What was the real need?