Disturbance and Adjustment
A human being may be undisturbed; that is, he feels no pain. Then pain may be inflicted upon the human being, which means that a disturbance is created. We must understand that the disturbance is a combination of two factors: the human being and the thing which inflicts pain. After the motive is created through pain, this motive results in an intention, and this, in turn, results in a struggle with opposing difficulties. After the intention has won the struggle, a state of adjustment is gained.
This lets us recognize four stages:
The undisturbed stage.
The Undisturbed Stage
No intention and consequently no action can result from an undisturbed state of affairs. There ...