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  • Shyam

    July 25, 2021 at 10:07 PM

    In these days, people are polishing children’s mind as competitive, whereas others are thinking, it should be cooperative. This habit is always debatable, which one will be fruitful for their overall, personal and professional growth.

    In my opinion, winning or passing attitude in any competition always give lucid presentation, but this tendency should be in positive thought as healthy competition brings supreme performance from all participants. However, much they can. In addition with this attitude, they give finest and innovative ideas. Furthermore, there are many other merits of being competitive, it enhance their toiled up ability to stand first in everywhere. It also inculcate their confidence. They are more likely to be self achievement and fulfillment with balanced and peaceful mind. Moreover sense of the completion is need of hour, since their childhood to adult. For example- competition in entrance exams, jobs, science and innovations give top-notch output keeping in aim as good yet to come.

    On the other hand, many think children should be cooperative rather than competitive, as with leading tendency and thought process, parents are nurturing them with selfness, loneliness even they are not teaching them basic edicate, which itself is hazardous to society. With this social nature they can teach them, how to be humble, polite, team-worker, tolerance even caring for their environment and surroundings as well. In today world, competition is everywhere even for new born babies, everyone seeing their children as future leader who will lead others. A person whose heart is full of jealous never can hold good for themselves, family members and others as well.

    <font face=”inherit”>In conclusion, both have their own values but parents should teach their children, how to be impartial in </font>competitive and cooperative, none should be overrated.

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