Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Improvement in system

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji gives here some examples which make us understand how from no system or less developed system to fully developed system we move and this move continues always as one finds there is still scope to improve. Eknathji says :
When the first motor-car ran on the road, it was an automobile, it was a self-propelled vehicle but it had so many defects in its crude form. There used to be much noise and too much of smoke and so many other defects. It was a challenge to human ingenuity. Man used his brain to remove the defects and make the system more orderly and efficient. Thus, more developments brought more order and now human industry and intelligence have successfully brought out the utmost unimaginable perfectness in the vehicle. Thus, we get four aspects here also. (i) No order (ii) Order, (iii) More order, and (iv) Perfect or efficient order. This efficiency has led to perfection where more work is executed by less effort. Less exertion results in what is called grace or charm. And we notice that greater the efficiency, the better is the grace.

As is the case with motor car so is with everything else in the world. The airplane, the boats, the missiles, various articles of daily use etc are all improving every day and we find that the changes are always for better. It is the human ingenuity which brings this development.
As is with the products so with every other aspect of the organisational life where we should keep on improving all the time.