I want a story on unity is strength and what you send a link then tell it hpw to open all steps

Dear Student,

Once, an old man was very ill and lay dying in his bed. He had four sons who were al­ways fighting with each other. He always worried about them and wanted to teach them a lesson and asked his sons to come to him. When they came, the old man gave them a bundle of sticks and said, “Can you break these sticks?”

The first son tried to break the bundle but nothing hap­pened. He tried very hard and finally gave up. Then it was the turn of the second son to try his luck. He thought it would be an easy task and picked up the sticks easily. He tried his best to break the sticks but nothing happened. Then, the third son tried to break the bundle of sticks, but he couldn’t do anything either.

Meanwhile, the youngest son jeered at his brothers and thought they were very incom­petent. He thought he was very clever and took one stick at a time and easily broke all of them.
The old father then smiled at his sons and said, “Children, do you understand what hap­pened? It is always easy to break the sticks one by one. But when they are bundled to‑ gether, none of you could break them. In the same way. you four brothers should always be together. No one will be able to hurt you then.” The four brothers realised what their father was trying to teach them and forgot all their enmity and learnt that unity is strength.

From that day onwards, they never fought with each other and lived together in peace and harmony.

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There was once a farmer whose sons were always quarrelling bitterly.  No matter what he said to them they would soon start again.  One day he decided that he would give them a lesson.


“Come my sons,” he said.  “I want you to go into the woods and each of you come back with some sticks for the fire.”  The sons went off and after a while they returned with the sticks.  “Now, my sons,”he said.  “Tie them into a bundle.”  The sons did so.


“I wonder,” said the farmer. “Which one of you is the strongest and can break this bundle of sticks?”  Each son tried his best but no one was able to break the bundle of sticks.  “Now,” he said, “untie the bundle and take the sticks one by one and break them.”  “Oh that’s easy,” said the boys and they soon had the sticks broken, ready for the fire.  “Let this be a lesson to you,” said the farmer.   “If you let quarrels divide you, you cannot do well, but if you stand together you will be strong and overcome your problems.”


Moral:- United we stand, divided we fall.

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Thankyou yenjal for your wonderful and beautiful
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