For ordinary work, Chartres is too much. Such things are, for the most part, almost inaccessible, at least as daily work. But whatever we do, in simpler tasks, we may always aspire to make a thing which lives as a center, and which has the being nature. Even then, it is hard work, intense work. It is something we must concentrate on, to get it done right. To approach the subject of the I-like character as the substrate of living centers, let us go back to elementary examples, and discuss the way they have been made, and how we must behave, mentally and physically, in order to achieve the being nature in our ordinary work.