A congenial environment is essential to the growth of an organization because like a plant or like a child, having some inner principle, the organization also has an inner principle in the form of a noble thought around which it is built up. On the analogy of the same, we notice that like the plant or the child, the external environments are also equally important and essential for its manifestation.
The inner principle, howsoever great and noble, cannot take a concrete form unless it is manifested through the form of the organization. For such a manifestation, apart from the inner principle, there are so many outer factors which contribute in their own way. It is interesting to see how these factors work. But neither the inner principle alone nor the outer constituents by themselves can create an organization. Both the factors are essential and complementary to each other. An organization stands for a noble cause which imparts strength to it and also ensures its healthy growth. But the outer factors are inevitable. Some of the factors are congenial while others are harmful. Of such harmful externals, some can be easily avoided, but others are unavoidable.