Many waste their time, fritter away their strengths and become weak and impoverished because they have no working method
"Disciples are people who think only of using their time, energy, and all the materials nature and the Lord have given them to progress and realize the highest ideal. Just like the good slave in the Gospel who was given several talents by his master before the latter went on his travels, disciples do not bury their talents in the ground, like the bad slave, leaving them non-productive, rather they work to make them bear fruit. Disciples are intelligent, sensible servants who want to use everything heaven has bestowed on them to do divine work. Be it air, water, food, be it thought or feeling, be it their bodies, their eyes, their ears, everything that exists in nature, they are able to put all these things to work. And whereas many waste their time, fritter away their strengths and become weak and impoverished because they have no working method, disciples grow richer every day and let others benefit from their acquisitions."