In order to have a solid organization, one must, along with the coworkers, create a congenial atmosphere and good will in the public. One should be in a position to collect a group of sympathizers, admirers and well-wishers. But in concrete work this truck-load of
sympathy is of no benefit at all. Co-workers should give their time, energy and enthusiasm to the work. They must identify themselves with the work and the organization. Their willingness to work is
essential. Therefore we must be friendly with all and build very cordial social relations. Capture the place with the fund of goodwill and collect trusted competent workers who will constitute the band or team of workers to carry out the work honestly and enthusiastically. Mutual love and oneness of ideology must govern their willing acceptance of discipline.
Do not create or produce the workers. It is a slippery ground; it is unstable like the house on sands. Such workers will work so long you are present and treat them respectfully; but if you are out of the place for three days and return on the fourth, there will be none. Our workers must have the capacity to infuse enthusiasm, and attract the people to the cause. The power of head and heart may also be present, but if there is a lack of magnetic power in you, there is no development in the work.