The organisation has members and they are of various classes according to the requirement of the organisation.
Eknathji elaborate above by explaining that, there is a technique is bringing people together. A mere collection of people is not congenial to the growth of the organisation. The individuals must be competent in the sense that they must be physically sound, intellectually equipped and monetarily rich. As is said in Sanskrit or in most of of the Indian languages, they should offer their Tana (body), Mana (mind) and Dhana (wealth) for the propagation of the cause. They must be physically prepared for the exertion and torture, mentally ready to suffer everything and monetarily unhesitating to part with their wealth for translating the noble thought into concrete form.
Eknathji explains, that the body and the mind together constitute what may be termed as the generator plant. It produces energies of various types and they are employed in the various actions. A man works in the factory with his hands. Thus, he employs his physical energy in the work. Another person sitting at the office-table carries on the brainwork. He also utilizes his intellectual-mental energy for the action. Thus, the body-mind complex generates energy. This energy is to be employed for the success of the idea. Man has five instruments of understanding (jnanendriyas) and five instruments of action (karmendriyas). They are all engaged in the work of the organisation.
Eknathji further explains, time is an equally important factor in the furtherance of the cause. We come across people who have an enormous urge for an activity but unfortunately they do not have the time at all to work out the same. This can be said to be only an oral or lip sympathy for the cause; at the bottom of the heart, there is no urge at all. Success in a mission is proportionate to the energy employed for the same which varies according to the time devoted for the purpose by an individual.
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