System—Pattern of Life

October 9, 2017

Philosophy has system. Work has a system. Science has system. Religion has a system. Human body has a system. Nature has a system. Everything in this world has a system. What could vary in here is the type and nature of system every field employ which is mainly dependent on the nature and character of object of any given system, and the quality of the system itself. The quality of any given system is subjected to the broadness of knowledge of the subject matter—intelligence, knowledge and skill of the inventor of the system itself.

System by definition is a set of principles or procedures according to which something is done; an organized scheme or method; is a regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole. Every system is delineated by its spatial and temporal boundaries, surrounded and influenced by its environment, described by its structure and purpose and expressed in its functioning.

In fact, system is a way of life which makes life and work easy. System is what nature bestows to the human world. System is a natural reality which humans copy and paste from nature. Nature is the author and owner of system. Nature is originally designed by natural system in which there is an organized and highly intelligent being that operates and functions within such natural system.

A set of detailed methods, procedures and routines created to carry out a specific activity, perform a duty, or solve a problem. System in general is an organized, purposeful structure that consists of interrelated and interdependent elements (components, entities, factors, members, parts etc.) It is also a group of bodily organs that have similar structures or work together to perform some function, such as the digestive system, nervous system, and respiratory system.

One good example in here is a soccer game in which every team has its own way of playing, system, which is maintained and employed in order to win the opponent team.  In every team, there is goal keeper, defenders, midfielders and attackers. And they say, a great soccer system or philosophy in soccer is based on a uniform systematic style of play (attacking and defending) that have a set of guidelines and rules that are instilled within a team.

This is what they call, Soccer Formations, the system of play (formation) is a set of guidelines for a team that governs their individual and collective movements. In association football, the formation describes how the players in a team are positioned on the pitch. Different formations can be used depending on whether a team wishes to play more attacking or defensive football.

Formations are used in both professional and amateur football matches. Skill and discipline on the part of the players is also needed to implement a given formation effectively in professional football. Formations need to be chosen bearing in mind which players are available. Some of the formations below were created to address deficits or strengths in different types of players.

Accordingly, when a team choose to play 4-4-2 formation system, and 4-3-3 formation system, the philosophy behind such formation is different since in the former or first formation, the team plays more of defending since it uses 8 players to defend, and 6 players to attack; where as in the later or second formation, the team uses 7 players to defend and 6 players to attack.

Hence, one can conclude in here is that in the first formation, the team has 14 players and in the second formation, the team has 13 players in the field since it is type of formation than numbers of players, the 10 people teams deploy since it is the type of system, soccer formation, that determine the number of players than the numbers of players that teams register to play. Although it is up to the mangers of each team to decide on how to choose what kind of formation to which kind of opponents, but the idea behind such formations remain same since systems are crucial factors that do help any given to win any given game.

However, when the manager chooses any given formation, it is not only the system one choose that help any given team to win, but the compatibility of players along with the type of formation a coach chooses is another factor; when players are getting along with the system of formation a coach chooses, then, the formation could not work since there is also another factor that should be considered which is the system of formation the opponent team chooses since it is game between two teams, and in game, one should know how the other team plays and function and what how type of formation the other team uses in order win the game too.

The same is true in any organization in which system makes life and work easy since the type of system any given organization maintains within its own domain makes it to win the game in life, such as its competitors since it is system that makes work and life easy. In addition to system it employs, the type and quality of employees it has with its own domain, whether they fit to the system or not, is another determining factor that make any given organization succeed or not.

System makes any given organization to use its resources in wise, effective and efficient manner. System also helps in saving energy and time. System allows people to be systematic and organized in their given personal undertakings as well. System makes people and institutions to be clever and prudent in managing their given fairs and delivering compatible solutions to the problems people face in their given daily routines of life. System makes any given organization and people look ugly or beautiful depending on how suitable and compatible system one employs in order to achieve something and make life easy.

 

 

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