Monday 5 October 2015

Adjust with strong will to live together

|| योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् ||

Mananeeya Eknathji tells us the fact of the life and that is mutual adjustment is a natural problem. Having known, ways and means are to be found out to take care of it and form a team. He says :
The place where you go may, in some cases, have a worker already stationed to look after the work. Adjustment with this co-worker is a most important and difficult problem. Many have faced it, some are facing and some of you will face the problem. When people of different temperaments come and live together, mutual adjustment is a universal problem. In married life, we have to solve the problem. But there is a way, true or false we do not discuss to solve the problem. The astrologers compare the horoscopes and give their judgements whether the pair is adjustable or not. If the horoscopes do not tally, the marriage is not permitted. But our Kendra has no such device. There is no formula to decide the adjustability of two workers. So we have to follow the trial and error method. We are forced to transfer workers from one place to another, though transfers are not made only on this account.
Eknathji says the way out is Strong will is required to live and work together. There is a solution to the problem. Firstly, there must be a strong will to live together and work shoulder to shoulder; for, the ideology of both the persons is the same and that is the bond that holds them together in the organization. It is this bond that generates the will. In a family there is a code of conduct, a certain bundle of traditions, conventions, notions, reputations which have been handed down from generation to generation and it is the love for this family code (Kulaneeti) which is the strong bond that holds the family members together. Smooth working without any conflict or quarrel is the criterion of a good, cultured family. There is an understanding in the family members and the name of the family is a sacred thing for which they can withstand any obstacles, eventualities and vicissitudes.

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