Each human action incorporates the aspects of doer, deed, cause, effect and result because without doer - deed is not, without deed - cause is not, without cause - effect is not, without effect - result is not, without result - need is not, and without need - doer status is not.
Doer (karta): - The thoughts (ideas) that are devoted for any deed (work) indicate its doer.
Deed (karya): - Deed (work) is the labour done on insentient aspect (material nature) to make it follow an idea (thought).
Cause (kaaran): - Comprehension (Sanskar) itself causes arising of each thought as subtle activity. Coexistence itself is the root cause of comprehension. Thought itself is the background (cause) of any human action. Human action itself is the evidence of Sanskar (comprehension).
Effect (prabhav): - Inspiration or thriving in a unit for giving rise to some result is known as effect. All events and results arise only from inspiration and thriving.
Need (avashyakta): - Needs are for discharging duties and obligations in one’s relationships and associations. All such unions have inherent expectations for use, righteous use and purposefulness of resources.
- Excerpt from English Translation of Manav Vyavhar Darshan