By Alex Tulyakira
It is no surprise that cooperation forms an essential step of success in our lives. Cooperation has to be given to be received.
The practice of cooperation not only brings direct rewards but also many benefits that will be useful in achieving our dreams and aspirations. It is the art to act or work together with one another or others for a common cause or purpose.
You will agree with me that there is no any other time we need this word Cooperation in this beloved country of ours like this one.
When thousands of innocent children and women are being subjected to the worst living conditions due to conflict that has tormented this nation for almost 8 months now.
No proper education particularly in the areas directly affected by conflict like Upper Nile Jonglei and Unity states, and the neighbouring areas.
This presents a big opportunity for us to cooperate with one another if we are to realize the true peace and harmony we strongly need and fought for a pretty long time. Cooperation brings together the spirit of harmony which ultimately makes us more one.
Unfortunately, we seem to be building more fences than bridges every the other day. We are so concerned with our personal individual goals than anything else. We think alone, plan individually, and even pray alone.
Around the world, professional and technical associations are a legion. But despite all this, there's no reason to believe that cooperation is anywhere near reaching its limits.
The complexity of today's dot com age requires cooperation. Cooperation is the wave of the future; we are obliged to inspire cooperation.
You need it from co-workers, neighbors, government officials like police, the media, family members, and even from that mechanic who repairs your car tyres at your favorite fuel station. But let’s get to reality – I mean do we ever find ourselves cooperating with at least a few of the above?
Whatever Mr. Cooperation did to us -only God knows! For instance, a wife you have lived within the same house, same room, same bed for 10 years or so still we don't cooperate with them. The employees who have done our tasks for so many years we still never want to appreciate them. The bosses we who have employed us this long still we don't respect them. The house helps who have looked after us, gave us food, washed our garments etc. since child hood we still treat them with a lot of contempt. The situations of this nature are quite huge.
What is more disturbing and disgusting though is we tend to refer to these as mere small things, forgetting that the way we do Small things says a lot about how we do bigger things .
Inspiring cooperation from others and ourselves is an art, but like many arts, it rests on technical skills which you may call Craft. It must be practiced as a matter of habit before one can get perfect cooperation from others.
You need to get accustomed to the habit of doing more than we are paid for. We ought to have a pleasant and positive attitude towards others. And we must always remain enthusiastic.
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Thank you for cooperating.