Unity and Caring - Prakash Dangi

Unity is a very important value in human life. Doing any work United for completing any special
work or goal is called unity. It means being together or well connected to everyone. We all know that a common phrase is " Unity is strength". It means standing together in thick and thin. I remember when I was a child, this value was explained by a chapter in my textbook. This chapter had a short story which is based on the importance of unity. It explained that one stick can be easily broken.

On the other hand, to break a bundle of the stick is really difficult or impossible. So we recognize the power of unity. It has great value at every stage of life. So Our first duty is to maintain in our life. Unity is the root of success in every great work. It gives us the strength to face the difficult situation without becoming weaker, mentally or physically. Unity is the teamwork of players which help them to win matches and bring pride to their school, country and yourself. 

It helps us in enjoying every moment. On the other hand, Caring is when you do a good deed for someone because it is the right thing to do. When you care for someone, you make a difference in the world with kindness. I believe that caring for others is beautiful and noble. Great teachers care about their students. They want them to succeed and are committed to helping them achieve their goals. 

Moreover, teachers care about their students’ happiness, well-being and life beyond the classroom.
A student is far more responsive to a teacher who cares, and is, therefore, more likely to learn and engage. Connecting with your students establishes trust, which is important to the students’ learning because it makes them comfortable enough to participate, ask for help when needed, and pay closer attention to advice and encouragement. It is being compassionate and supporting people as they go through tough times. It is a good trait for everyone to have and the world will be a better place if we care for one another.

Prakash Dangi
The Fabindia School

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