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Why Philippine tribes unity in spite of diversity?
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The phrase "unity in diversity" refers to a togetherness in being different and diverse. The phrase "diversity in unity" refers to being different, yet still united togeth…er.
Unity can mean "oneness" or harmony or all in agreement. Diversity can mean differences or variety. Unity amidst diversity means peace. For instance a symphony is … great because of all the differences in the individual instruments. Or the body works because of the differentiation of the different tissues. The different tissues have their own jobs to do, but in doing them in connection with other tissues they are working toward a common good or goal. This is a difficult concept to obtain in a political state, but it is tried and accomplished for at least a period of time until the opposing factions break apart from the whole.
"Unity in Diversity" is a slogan celebrating co-operation between different groups of people in a a single society which describes a sense of oneness.
Unity in diversity allows a community with diverse peoples to use their diversity positively, enjoying each others cultural heritage.
Pundit Jwaharlal Nehru coined the term ' Unity in Diversity'.
no, there is no unity in diversity because there are many humans that are corrupted and have 50+ cows that are corrupted. there are 2 ways of being corrupt 1. do robberies 2.k…ill money 3.shift in another city 4. sell your car 5. dance before doing any job
We can see unity and diversity in India because India is a country consisting of various languages, religion and traditions, but having so much different cultures and traditio…ns we consider Indians first.
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Unity and Diversity are like petrol and car. They cannot work without each other.
There are different religions and people from different people from different regions of India, but they come together to make the people of one unified country, India.
united we stand , divided we fall
its live together and enjoy our culture and community
Unity and diversity Unity and Diversity, I have to say, are old themes of Ethical Culture and one is seldom mentioned without the other. In one of his first key speeches abou…t Ethical Culture, our founding Leader, Dr. Felix Adler, explained that it would be a religion of people with free minds who would be deeply engaged in good works. He said: "Difference is inevitable and welcome in thought, but be one with us where there is nothing to hide , in action. " And that's when he coined the phrase, "Diversity in the creed, unanimity in the deed." The "diversity" he's talking about in this phrase, refers, in the main, to the diversity in individual thoughts about and beliefs in god, gods or no gods. However, if you look into the beliefs of Ethical Culturists on that subject today, I doubt you're going to find a lot of true diversity. It's unlikely you'll find that any of us worship a divinity - though we make it clear that in Ethical Culture, anything you care to believe on that score is totally up to you. And as for unanimity in the deed - that doesn't mean we all do the same deed, of course, it just means we all believe in the importance of good deeds, of service, of citizenship. We all know that the good life includes thinking of others and helping out when we can. But that's not the only way he spoke of unity and diversity. Adler also spoke of unity and diversity in a more sweeping way, a more universal way. In his book, "An Ethical Philosophy of Life," he explained a theory of community in the chapter with the strange title of, "The Ideal of the Whole and the Ethical Manifold." Sounds dreadful, doesn't it ... Allow me to digress a moment here about the word "manifold" - it's over 1,000 years old and originally meant a document that was folded many times - the word has come to have dozens of meanings, all having to do with "numerous and/or varied," and in machinery, it is a chamber having several outlets through which a liquid or gas is disbursed or gathered. I have to say it is not a word that has received a great deal of use in my personal lexicon. For me it was just a word my father and uncles bandied about during car talk - it seemed to be something connected to the muffler (muffler's a much easier word - it does what it says: muffles sound). Anyway, both manifolds and mufflers were mysterious things attached somewhere on the bottom of cars. But back to Adler's manifold. It was a concept he thought should be kept in mind. It did not and does not exist in time and space. To use today's terms, it is a "model" - his manifold represents an "infinite, ideal whole," an "ethical universe, " that is made up of people - and each of us, every person, is a unique "ethical unit" in that universe of humanity - and each of us, every one, is absolutely necessary, with " reciprocal interdependence " to that universe and the other units within it.
one stick breaks itself, many break others
Even though Inda is highly culturaly diverse with sevral difftent tribes and languages, they find unity through there religon and Hinduism is the Centripital force keeping the… country united. Kind of like when the sovet union took over the neighboring countries they forced evenyone to speak russian hoping that The Russian language would be able to keep everything unified.
When writing an essay on diversity, be sure to include things like any experience you may have in dealing with diversity, how you would like to see diversity evolve, and h…ow diversity deals with more than just race.