- Sports and Recreation
Necessity Of Games And Sports
Games And Sports:
Games and sports are the source of enjoyment, amusement and pleasure. No other living being but man needs games and sports for his mental recreation. All other living beings need only the ways and means of living and surviving, because they strive for food and satisfy hunger. Men are the rational beings and they need to develop their faculties to expose themselves in various fields. So, they require the soundness of body and mind for which games and sports are necessary. Games and sports are not only the source of pleasure and amusement but also the means of keeping physically fit and establishing a relation between two rival groups by eradicating conflicts and strife.
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Various Kinds Of Games And Sports:
There are various kinds of sports and exercises like swimming, running, jumping, cycling, boating and games like golf, football, cricket, hockey, tennis, badminton, volleyball, basketball and exercises with the help of instruments.
Significance Of Sports And Games:
Sports have a great significance on our individual as well as our collective life. It builds our body and gives us more energy in work. Ir gives us skill, discipline, sense of co-operation and team spirit. Some games call forth courage and presence of mind. Sports and games are joyful activities too. A true sportsman is frank, generous and free from petty spite. These are sportsman like qualities.
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Games Should Be Compulsory For School And College Boys/Girls:
There is no doubt that many outdoor games such as rugby, football, golf, hockey and cricket are very effective for growing boys and girls.They provide physical exercise, so necessary for health, in an interesting form. More over such games, by training boys/girls to work together in a team, teach corporate discipline and so promote what is called esprit de crops. Games form a valuable part of school education. They help in the moral training of boys/girls. They teach certain necessary moral lesson, and in a way boys/girls can understand, that the playing of games promotes co-operation, sense of fair-play, sporting spirit, obedience to rules, self-control, pluck and sacrifice of self for the good of the whole.
The proverb says, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." The sports can refresh and supply fresh vigor to our body and mind. At last we know that a sound mind exists in a sound body.