Harmony in Motion: Nazareth School’s Spectacular Celebration of the ‘Web of Life’

January 9, 2024

With great enthusiasm and spirit, Nazareth School, Chandapura, celebrated its Annual Days in December. The first day saw the presence of Sister Jackulin Jesu as the Chief Guest, while the second day was graced by Debashish Chatterjee, an alumnus of Nazareth Academy Gaya.

The focal point of the entire program was the theme ‘Web of Life,’ a captivating concept that illustrated the interconnectedness of all living things.

The underlying message was clear: humanity is not the weaver of the web of life but merely threads within it. Actions towards the web reflect upon ourselves, as all aspects of life are intricately linked, completing the cycle of existence.

Each performance on the stage conveyed profound messages to the captivated audience. In her heartfelt message to the parents, Sister Jacky emphasized the pivotal role they play in shaping their children’s character. She encouraged parents to be exemplary role models, embodying kindness, integrity, and resilience.

Mr. Debashish Chatterjee, in his insightful speech, highlighted that we enter the ‘Web of Life’ from the moment of our birth, embarking on a continuous journey through its intricate threads until our last breath.

The event featured vibrant dances, meaningful skits, and engaging mime performances that were a visual treat for everyone present. The program concluded with a powerful message urging everyone not to let our common home burn out or become a desolate place marked by signs of death and destruction.

Emphasizing the importance of Earth, air, fire, water, and space, the plea was to preserve these elements, ensuring our water remains uncontaminated and our air breathable. The call to protect Mother Earth at any cost resonated deeply, reminding everyone of their shared responsibility to safeguard our planet.

Congratulations to the principal and the staff for promoting the values of safeguarding the environment. Through their performances, they raised awareness among both children and parents.

6 Comments

  1. Carolyn Cromer

    I am so impressed with the students’ program and the connections they made with the web of life. SCNs are teaching the value of life and creation at all our schools. Bravo to the teachers and students at Nazareth School, Chandapura!

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    • Sr. Basanti Lakra

      Congratulations to Sr. Since, the staff and the students of Nazareth School Chandapura for a great Annual Day Program based on the care and concern for our Common Home. The pictures look so attractive, so one can imagine the real performance!

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  2. Barbara Gilmetti

    What a MAGNIFICENT event! So beautiful! So colorful!

    Thank you to all who made this possible!

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  3. Barbara Joseph Lammers

    I wish I could have joined those who were able to attend this program. It surely shows how all ages have much to teach us about the web of life.
    Congratulations to all–faculty, staff, students and parents.

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  4. Eugenie Coakley scna

    The costumes and sets are gorgeous! Reflecting the smart and spiritual program, indeed. Congratulations to all the participants.

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  5. Rosemarie Kirwan

    What a beautiful program this must have been! And to see that it embraces such a wise span of age groups. Parents must have been amazed at not only the beauty exemplified, but the message that it presented. Thank you to all who worked so hard to promote an appreciation of our world and how all within it is connected.

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