If an office is well-organized, it shows a system, a harmony, an order. When this is lost, we find deterioration, disharmony. It may be in social life, national life or individual life or even in an organization. A social worker must know the law of the society and its working. A society in its healthy form has a sound system and if there occurs any deterioration, it must be due to some disorder which has crept into the society. The social worker must instantaneously detect it and must react to it. A disorder in a society should, in no case, escape his detection.
Eknathji gives us the example of a proof reader and says as a proof-reader's mind and eyes are well-trained to notice any mistake in the printing, so also a social worker's ears, eyes and mind must be fully equipped to mark any small disorder in social life and he should strive to put it in order.