The worker puts his heart and soul into the work and his whole life is dedicated to the organization. He so completely identifies himself with the organization that he has no separate existence and goal apart from it. He himself is organization and the work of the organization is his work, and his duty of service is the objective of the organization. He merges himself in the organization and the most insignificant segment of his life is utilized for the extra-organizational work. His entire life is involved. Other people become the members of the organization and just partially devote their time, as and when possible, to the organization. The worker is not a member but he is the very core of the organization. He has no personal life as such. All his life, time, powers, possessions, etc. belong to the organization.
In the life of Eknathji we find this aspect. He had become one with the Kendra, the Swami Vivekananda, the Kendra Prarthana and all. When Eknathji was sick in 1980, he was in Delhi. Sri Thangaswami who was working with him as his personal assistant had gone home for writing exam. On return, he was with Eknathji. One day in the evening, he chanted Kendra Prarthana with him. While chanting, he deliberately made a mistake; immediately Eknathji corrected him. Though sick, though there was loss of memory, he was one with the Kendra Prarthana. From that day onwards, Eknathji chanted Kendra Prarthana regularly with all those who would be there present with him at the Prarthana time.