03 December 2011

TWO HUNDRED TWENTY FIFTH

THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN ACTS

INTELLECT         —      WILL          .

END
   (1) Apprehension      —      (2) Simple Volition
(3) Judgment of Possibility      —      (4) Intention                     .


MEANS
(5) Deliberation      —      (6) Consent     .   
(7) Free Judgment      —      (8) Free Choice  .


PERFORMANCE
     (9) Command      —      (10) Performance
(11) Passive Fruition      —      (12) Active Fruition



1.  "Hmm, look at that."
2.  "Wouldn't it be nice if..."
3.  "Well, I could do it..."
4.  "I'm going for it!"
5.  "But how could I bring it about?"
6.  "I'm ready to do what's necessary."
7.  "That's the best way to do it."
8.  "I'm going to do it that way."
9.  [Act! Says the intellect.]
10.  [And the will does it.]
11. - 12.  [And the person rests in the accomplished act.]  (Not entirely sure what the distinction is.)