Introduction: ‘Unity’ refers to the state of being united. It is integrity with nothing wanting. Sometimes we cannot do work alone but that can be done with the help of others. Unity is a habit of working together.
Utility: We understand the value of the union. A man cannot bear a heavy burden but if many people try it, they can do it easily. A person cannot protect his country. This can be done when people are united together. It is difficult to break a bundle of sticks, but a single stick can be broken easily. Unity gives us strength. Not every grass is strong, but when the rope is made by them, an elephant can be tied to it. Everything can be done by virtue of unity.
History gives us many examples of the value of unity. By association, many countries have become powerful and prosperous. Again many countries have become weak for being divided among themselves. If the members of a family live together and help each other, they can prosper. But if they do not live together and do not help each other, they become weaker. The English have become the most prosperous nation of their unity. A poor man does not have enough money to start a business, but if one hundred poor men unite their money they can start a business.
Unity is also found among the lower animals. If we look at the honey bees we see that they work in harmony. Likewise, we can learn a lesson of unity from the ants.
Conclusion: The value of unity is great. Unity leads us to prosperity. Hence the proverb says rightly, ‘United we stand and divided we fall.’ 0 0 0
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N. B. The article ‘Unity-An Essay’ originally belongs to the book ‘School Essays Part-I‘ by Menonim Menonimus.
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