Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Tolerance


Tolerance refers to capacity or ability to except some once behaviour, attitude without losing our temper. In this world tolerance rate, it seems to be decreased after every passing day. People don’t seem to tolerate the other's behaviour and instantly react to them without thinking of what they are doing which create conflict between them. Many times children lose their temper and react to their parent decisions without having a second thought on them. This affects their relationship.
The Father of our Nation will always be present with us for his principles of tolerance and non-violence.
Everyone is able to gain knowledge in advance. In a classroom children know more about the topic then the teacher, no doubt it is good for their intelligence but many time children hampered class from studying because they know everything. This further develops an attitude in them that they can never be wrong. This decreases their tolerating ability. One should always respect the other point of view and behaviour and should try to avoid little things.
Tolerance is considered as a good quality of man. It is necessary to make society. A nation/community without this ability can create a situation of war. A child should possess a quality of tolerance at a very early age. So that in future he can control every condition without losing his temper. The tolerance is the main thing in the value education of any person. 

The Father of our Nation will always be present with us for his principles of tolerance and non-violence.
Jitendra Suthar, Punita Chouhan & Shivani Rao
The Fabindia School, Bali

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