Once there lived a father, in his death bed. The father calls up his sons, to teach them a last life lesson, before his death. Come here, my children. I have one more bit of advice to give you before I must leave you. come on, come on. Ah. Three of you come. Oh. We are here Dad. We have come to learn our lessons fast. My dear sons, I have bundle of sticks here. Huh, I offer it to you. Huh Huh Dad, for what are you giving this to us? We’re gonna keep this and do what, unnecessary? huh uh Perhaps, one of you pick up the bundle and break it. for me, huh? uh Huh Yes Dad, this simple work, I will do it only for you. The Father’s muscular son tried to break the bunch of twigs all alone, but he couldn’t. Sorry, Dad. The work you have given me, I’m not able to do it. I’ve used all my strength. I’m not able to do it. It’s very strong, Dad. I’m sure, I can do it. Let me break the bundle. Uhh uhh huhhh argh Uhh uhh huhhh Maybe I have the right technique. Give me a turn. Uh huh huuuh uhhhh huh hhhuu hhhhu ha ha ha ha All the three sons were disappointed, as they couldn’t fulfill even the simple task, said by his dad. All of you fail, to do this job, on your own. Now, untie the bundle, and each of you take a single stick, ah. Do I say. At last, on listening to the Father’s instructions, they untied the twigs. Ahhhh Now, you break the sticks. Surprisingly, all the three sons, broke the twigs at ease. Wow! Very easily, we broke it. Remember, trying to accomplish something on your own, can be a difficult task for you. But working together, my dear sons, you’re powerful. Don’t but don’t forget. So guys did you find the moral? yes. It’s nothing but – Unity is Strength. Got it?