Dear student the topic i am going to discuss is unity is strength. We all know that unity is the basic factor to build a strong nation. we can see the example of unity even in insects like ants, they work in a group and do their work more than forty times as compare to a human being. In case of humans it is also compulsory to follow the rules of unity. Because by diong so we can not only different goals of our life but we can also be strengthend in front of our rivals.
Dear students here i want to quote an exceptional incident in the history of islam, being a muslim we all know about different Gazwa's which our beloved Prophet fought and succeeded. The one of the Gazwa which is an example of unity is Gazwa-e- Ohad. After succeeding that gazwa Holy Prophet S.A.W instructed all the muslim solders to remain at their decided positions untill He ordered them again. But at one point when they scatterd into groups and focused on collection the expensives remained in the battle. At that point their rivals overcame them and many muslim soliders were killed. This all happend just because of their greed and lack of unity among them. Well my purpose here is to tell you about the significance of unity. That how much it is important for us to work upon it. The current situation of our country badly needs the strength of unity. We can expose our hidden tallents by using strength of unity. So we have to work together as a team, as a unit So, last but not the least . I will windup by taking a promise from all of you that we always work together as a team as a unit.
...of the story: Unity is Strength
Author: Patrick Dakum
Title of book/magazine: moral story (internet)
Characters: The king, the mouse and the doves
Setting: One day beneath a Banyan Tree
Moral: When you work together, you are stronger and always be down to Earth.
Flock of doves- a group of doves There was a flock of doves that flew in search of food led by their king.
Encourage- to give confidence or hope The dove king encouraged them to fly a little further.
Club- a thick heavy stick that can be used as a weapon. They saw a hunter approaching carrying a huge club.
To no avail- what you do fails to achieve what you want. The doves desperately fluttered their wings trying to get out, but to no avail.
Astonishment- a feeling of a great surprise. The hunter looked up in astonishment.
Gnaw- to bite repeatedly. The mouse gnawed the rope to help them.
There was once a flock of doves that were searching for food led by their king. One day they grew tired of flying to find their food but the king encouraged them to fly further. The smallest dove picked up speed and found some rice scattered beneath a banyan tree. So all the doves landed and began to eat.
While eating, a net suddenly fell over them and a hunter was approaching carrying a huge club. The doves tried to free themselves but to no avail. The king had an idea. He told them to fly up together carrying the net with them. He said that there...
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...Everyone of us must have heard the well known proverb "Unity is strength". No country which is run by internal dimensions and divisions can stand against enemies.
Divisionand lack of unity always ends in disaster. In the same way differences among brothers ruin the family. Take the case of Ravana, The King of Lanka. He was fated to die when his brother left im and joined his enemy. Jealousy between Prithvi Raj and Jaichand gave an oppurtunity to Mohammad Ghori to conquer India. The quarrels among Rajputs brought their downfall and humiliation. Rajputana was conquered by muslim rulers in spite of the fact that Rajputs were matchless in bravery. If they had gathered under one banner, the history of India would have been different.
Everybody knowns perfectly well that one thread is easily broken and when threads are united into a rope, they cannot be broken easily.
It is correct to say that we cannot face our enemy single handed as successfully as we can when we are united and are the members of a group or an association for example-the workers association, the clerks association and the motor drivers association etc.
What is true in the case of kings and states is also true in the case of an ordinary man. Everybody knows well the famous story of an old man whose sons could not break a bundle of sticks but were successful in breaking the sticks when they were separated. This clearly proves that unity is...
...Prayer is a powerful practice, as many who do it regularly can attest to. But in addition to being a powerful personal practice, prayer can play a role in strengthening even the most diverse communities, according to a new study led by a University of Connecticut sociologist Ruth Braunstein, Richard L. Wood from the University of New Mexico and Brad R. Fulton from Duke University.
Scheduled to appear in the August edition of the American Sociological Review, the study found that interfaith prayer practices played a key role in bridging cultural differences within diverse faith-based community organizing groups in the United States.
“The prayer practices we observed appear to play a crucial role in binding participants together across significant racial and socioeconomic differences,” Braunstein said in a release. “They do this by being inclusive of multiple faith traditions, celebrating the diversity of the group, and encouraging individuals to interact with each other.”
These findings may come as a surprise in a world where religion and prayer often divide people with differing views. Braunstein found, however, that “bridging cultural practices," like prayer, worked to create a new sense of shared identity within groups.
"Most talk of diversity rests on an understanding of "differences" that are rooted in fixed categories, like racial groups, genders, social classes, etc.," Braunstein told HuffPost.
"In reality, however, one way that groups navigate...
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...1. SWOT analysis for Toyota Introduction Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) is a popular concept for evaluating an organisation. Conducting SWOT analysis is a common practice that organisations adopt to assess themselves and the industry within which they operate. This is very important given the different forces that exist within the environment the organisation operates. SWOT analysis offers an organisation insights into the areas that needs attention and consequently taking measures to address relevant issues and also reaping or taking advantage of prospects. Toyota Corporation is one of the oldest and leading automotive manufacturing companies in the world. Like many other organisations, Toyota has experienced some heights and lows and below is a SWOT analysis of the Corporation:
Strengths Innovative - Toyota is one of the most innovative auto companies and has a strong culture that is focused on constant innovation. The company was the first to introduce Kaizen, Kanban and Total quality Management systems widely in their organization. The company was also mass-produces and sells hybrid vehicles. Brand reputation - Toyota’s brand is the most valued automotive brand in the world. The company is known for its environmentally friendly, safe and durable cars that are sold in more than 170 countries. Industry leader in production and sales - Toyota was the first company to introduce lean manufacturing and total quality...
Many people have different qualities, but many people can argue what is the “best quality” you can have. Personally strength to me, is what everyone needs to get through life okay. You don’t realize how much strength you do have till you stop crying in that moment, and realize how strong you are and how little this problem can be. Strength to me is the state of being strong; the ability to maintain a moral position. The ability to take pain us not the only definition or example of how you could be strong, as some would argue. Being strong is being open minded that anything is possible to overcome. It can be as simple as falling down and cutting yourself, and finding the strength to not cry about it and get back up. Having strength is facing what life will always challenge you to do. Having strength is knowing you have support but being alone and facing your problems by yourself is just as easy.
Strength was mysterious ways of working out. Through the most amazing times where you can’t stop smiling or even when you are on your knees crying asking for help. Life has no solutions, even life will hurt you. The difference between how people handle being hurt shows exactly how strong you really are. At that point you realize, most of the time your actions is affecting one thing or another. Not only and impact to your life dramatically, but an impact on...
...UNITY IS STRENGTH ..... By Sai Kishore Yerramsetti
Unity means oneness or togetherness. Where there is oneness, there will be naturally more strength in opinion, more strength in action and more strength in character. It is a fact that a single hand has limited capacity, but more hands working together will have much more strength to achieve a difficult task. In the good moments of marriages, the unity of the well-wishers makes the pleasure great. In the sad moments of sickness and death, the unity makes the gloom less. This is the unique and secret power of unity. That’s why “Unity is Strength” is a very famous proverb from ancient period. Unity has great value in every walk of life. It is related to our survival. Being united many difficult tasks can be easily done. The results of unity are many. By living united, people can enjoy a tension free life in the society. It is also said that ‘united we stand, divide we fall’. It is true that we can break a single stick easily but not a bundle of sticks. In the time of flood, cyclone, earthquake etc., people suffer a lot. To help our fellow beings, united efforts is must. For the development of a country united efforts is must. Today our world requires a lot of unity among nations to tackle the important issues like...