Adornment represents beautification.
In managing through observing, we arrive at a condition
wherein clarity becomes stabilized.
Clarity and stillness adorn each other. A manager does not
let stillness degenerate into quietness.
The manager values clarity as a place of rest and
stillness. One should not use it lightly as the clarity of illumination.
Adornment itself is developmental but results in progress
when not overdone.
The manager expands knowledge and wisdom at this time.
Shutting out external artifice, he or she does not allow adornment and
luxuriance to hinder clarity of understanding.
Real adornment is the mutuality of clarity and stillness
and is a means by which the work of hidden cultivation and quiet practice is