Citizenship determines our life path and attitude towards us, but on the contrary, we directly affect the fate of our country and its status in the eyes of citizens of other countries. The state is us. And running is not an option. To be indifferent is not an option. And only when every citizen understands this, any country can actually become a strong, developed economically and culturally, state, with which developed countries will seek to cooperate, and to wage a war with which it would not even occur to anyone.
We are creating our country, and its fate depends on us. You should not think that one person cannot change anything, you should not think that you are not playing an important role. Every official, scientist, doctor, policeman, teacher, cashier, student, student is part of this great mechanism, its driving force.
Everyone, without exception, is important. And you need to remember this every time you want to throw rubbish on the asphalt or curse at a waiter in a restaurant or a passerby simply because you are not in the mood today, every time you see a thief trying to get his wallet from someone's backpack In the underground. You can not be indifferent, because it is in this that our influence on the general opinion about our country and its people is manifested.
If we unite, work for the good of our country, we will succeed and be able to be proud of our country and feel proud that we are its citizens. Yes, it’s not easy, it will take a lot of time, but it’s worth it.
The state is us, and its fate depends on us. A nation is a force that is subject to change. But only by uniting and realizing that the fate of our country is in the hands of each and every citizen. We will be able to achieve success, overcome adversity, difficulties, bring the state to a new level. After all, who, if not us?
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