“Unsplit” spirit for infinite unity

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[dropcap font=”0″][/dropcap]Unity in diversity is the highest possible attainment of a civilization. In another term, we can define society as unity in diversity.
Independence leader General Aung San emphasized on union spirit as a soft power to regain sovereignty of the country. To ensure the same status among national people after independence, Panglong Agreement was signed in Panglong, Southern Shan State, on February 12, 1947.
Even in an individual family, the members are of different views and habits though they have grown up under a single shelter. They also have varieties of hopes and expectations for life. However, most of them try to live lovingly and peacefully, except black sheep.
When the level of evil intent becomes immense, it is very dangerous for unity. A closely knit community is a peaceful world. Society is knit together by certain commonly held beliefs despite different background or traditions. Even a fitful disagreement may turn into conflicts if suspicion and mistrust cannot be wiped out.
Unity can prolong the independence of individuals. No man is an island. There is no doubt at all that an infinite unity cannot be willed by mere declarations. Unity is not a tangible material. Unity can be sustained by selflessness, mutual trust, understanding, and wisdom.
It is easier said than done, but it is not always an open sesame. Unity does not depend only on verbal or paper agreement. It can be achieved by an “unsplit” spirit.

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