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Chapter 1d Role of a Model


                                                                                                                                March 30, 1996

1.             A model can be theoretical, imaginary or one taken from actual life.

2.             Whichever the case, the laws by which the model functions are the same.

3.             What is true of the laws is equally true of the principles, procedures, processes, intensities, scope, results and the quality and quantity of all its expressions.

4.             History provides us with several conscious models such as the Kennedy Space Programme or the Green Revolution. The rest of the history can be called unconscious models.

5.             As far as history, rather Nature, is concerned, there is no success or failure but all her experiments are incidents of enjoyment.

6.             The successful event is a model at one level of accomplishment while the unsuccessful one is a model at another level of functioning

7.             The measure of result is no measure for Nature.

8.             Model is a concept for limited fields of action, not for Nature.

9.             This model consists of a core organisation, subordinate systems, energy that sustains the entire operations, skills and values into which that energy changes into at various levels, the intensity that arises at every point of functioning, the structures that arise and support the work at every level, the motive that generated the organisation, the opinions and attitudes that guide, the goal that energises, the ease created by the coordination of the systems, the smooth functioning made possible by the cooperation offered by the individual members, the social climate, the organisational atmosphere the individual context in which the model has come into existence, the strength of its survival, the determination of its forging ahead, its capacity to grow, develop, evolve and the results it has been achieving all along and the final result it is aiming at.

10.           A model consists of essentials and non-essentials.

11.           Essential components or aspects are those without which the entire operation will come to a grinding halt, even if the missing element is only one.

12.           Non-essentials are those that help the functioning, enhance the results, but will not stop the functioning by their absence. Their absence will, at best, abridge the scope of the results or their quality or usefulness.

13.           The entire model is at the beginning one big collection of energy which converts at different stages into different structures.

14.           The Mother of such an energy is the conscious or unconscious social will.

15.           The social will is out of self-conception, and is a self-determinant.

16.           Society of which this model of an organisation is a child, is entirely free in its conception and choice.

17.           There is no known force to which society needs to submit as to this choice or conception or will to create.

18.           The growth of this social energy is unconscious and when it surfaces it does so through a conscious individual.

19.           Such a model starts as an urge, becomes an idea out of which an organisation emerges all of which occurs around an individual and through his thoughts and actions.

20.           The maximum scope of this model is determined by the volume of social energy present and the organisational capacity into which it pours.

21.           The minimum achievement it is capable of is determined by the pioneering individual's ability to bring that model into existence and sustain it by the systematic organisation that he provides it.

22.           The generation of that social energy is determined by the horizontal spread of the society and its vertical elevation that have dynamically identified with that urge to create.

23.           The results that issue are determined by the energy flow the model is able to sustain.

24.           As the energy at different levels changes into force and power, so at different planes of human involvement, the energy changes its character into energy of preservation, energy of action, energy of comprehension, energy of silent stability, etc.

25.           At each level of conversion volumes change enormously even as quality changes out of all recognition.

26.           These ratios of changing volume in either direction determine the vast increase or shrinking of activities on critical occasions.

27.           Every great event in the history of earth, humanity, society, market, national life, family fortunes, individual adventures is an expression of such a model in action at  one of its critical points. These events are of both descriptions, positive and negative.

28.           Such events express the birth pangs of a new society or a new level of activity or the grappling with the hands of death, death of an existing order.

29.           Meteoric rise or meteoric fall of  societies or individuals expresses the same laws in action n opposite directions.

30.           Social structure is in successive layers

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