There is more power in unity than division

Posted by The Open Page | 8th May 2018

                “There is more power in unity than division”
I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot, together we can do great things" is rightly said by Mother Teresa. 
I would like to emphasize on unity, a quality that symbolizes one for all and all for one. Unity refers to the feeling of oneness, togetherness and harmony for a common goal. It is the quality required to progress in life. 
We face many problems due to mutual differences, but the moment we start celebrating differences, we reach solutions. Even the nature sustains life because of co-ordination of natural resources and any disturbance leads to disaster. 
Be it winning in a small basketball match or increasing GDP of the country, unity is necessary to achieve desired results. It promotes the feeling of belonging, understanding and teamwork. 
Every person is born with different skills and their skills can be put to fruitful outcomes when things work in unison. Arjun wouldn’t have won the battle Of Mahabharata, he needed a team of Pandavas. 
Our country is the biggest example of unity in diversity. India was born when Mahatma Gandhi united voices of Indians against Britishers and sustains despite of differences in region, religion, language due to the feeling of togetherness. Today, it is one of the largest growing economies of the world. 
When you place ‘us’ in place if ‘I’, and be united. It nurtures integrity and togetherness. 
If you want to go fast, go alone, but If you want to go far, go together. We must try to understand others, help them in time of need, co-ordinate and build trust in others. 
You can break stick easily, but cannot break a bundle. 
nobody can harm you, when your heart mind and soul are in unison and progress is not far away when your team echoes harmony and unity. 
So, I conclude that Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and  in collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. 
Bhagya Rana 

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