|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||Mananeeya Eknathji, therefore, tells all the karykartas to be self organised, self disciplined so that the work they monitor also become flawless. He asks them to acquire some more qualities about which he says :
So the social worker must not only be self-organized and self-disciplined, but he must possess the capacity to detect the disorder and deficiency and must be capable to restore order. He must have the systematic bent of mind for this. He must utilize the proper man at the right time in a suitable place, and see that as far as possible disorder does not creep in. If there is any disorder in a group or a society or a nation, it deteriorates. An individual who aspires to be a social worker, must essentially possess this faculty of the systematic bent of mind to detect and to put in order any disorder in the organization, either big or small, private or public and to preserve the health of the organization for its progress and perfection.
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