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Accomplishment 1

March 11, 1996

  1. Accomplishment is the characteristic endowment of the Act that is the unit of Universal Existence or worldly life.
  2. Accomplishment is the aspect of the whole; therefore it is a capacity of the whole.
  3. He who accomplishes moves away from the past and centres himself in the centre of the whole, away from the parts.
  4. Skill is essentially of the part. Talent is that skill raised to a peak by the capacity that is the essence of several skills.
  5. Capacity is the essence of several skills pertaining to a whole. The growing capacity lends itself to raise the skill to talent only when all the skills of the whole are acquired.
  6. Ability is essentially that which enables one to transfer the essence of one skill to another, collect the essences into capacity and reinforce a skill with capacity to raise it to a talent.
  7. Skill and capacity are analogous to behaviour and character.
  8. As personality lies beyond character and is the potential strength that can achieve outside the formed character that recoils from an unknown challenge, accomplishment is the endowment of that central person who holds in essence the strength to bring about results.
  9. The only difference is personality surfaces only when challenged by the unfamiliar, accomplishment meets every work all day long.
  10. When several parts meet to accomplish a whole, each part has a positive sensitivity that must be fully honoured and a negative sensitivity that must be fully avoided.
  11. Positive sensitivities reward in proportion to our response; negative sensitivities when permitted a little will cancel the whole work.
  12. Accomplishment when acquired as a unit or in the unit-whole, will allow itself to raise itself in proportion to the strength of personality.
  13. Accomplishment is neutral, never permits social, ethical, conscientious dimensions, except to interfere or abridge the result.
  14. Social, ethical accomplishments are wholes in a partial plane.
  15. Opinion, attitude, motive are of mind, vital and being.
  16. One's accomplishment could be restricted to one of these -- opinion, attitude, motive.
  17. Work in a higher plane will be adversely affected by a lower attribute (opinion etc.) being negative to it, while work in a lower plane will remain unaffected by a higher attribute even if it is negative to the work.
  18. When an essential component of the work is not brought in, the result is either postponed till it arrives or stalls at that point.
  19. Atmosphere of a place carries with it the ability of accomplishment in the areas one is unformed or oblivious.
  20. Fresh incursion of energy can raise the level of accomplishment in the areas where the endowment fully exists or rests on experience.
  21. An attitude essentially required for accomplishment can come to one either positively or negatively.
  22. Presence of such an endowment negatively will be largely successful in a negative social atmosphere, but it will be accomplishment pure and simple.
  23. For that to be successful in a positive social atmosphere the attitudes should rise above the line.
  24. The maximum one accomplishes is determined by the scope of the atmosphere and the willing organisation of ‘accomplishment' in oneself.
  25. Strong individuals performing within a weak organistaion will soon exhaust their possibilities at the point where the strength of organisation is exhausted.
  26. Weak individuals performing within an organisation that is strong will be able to avail of the strength of the organisation in the measure they subordinate to its authority.
  27. An accomplishment is determined by the interaction of the several endowments of the individual -- skill, capacity, talent.

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