Thursday, 2 February 2017

What has love got to do with this?

Love for country is love for self.
From observation, there are too few Nigerians who show any form of patriotism and love towards our great country. We are rather very swift in pointing out it's problems and generating interest vested attacks on each other. 

Been a Patriotic Blogger, my focus is to generate a good amount of positive energy for positive change and increase patriotism and love for Nigeria by Nigerians. In so doing, we will be able to stand in unity and bring about the Nigeria of our dreams. It's always good to love your country. After all, it's where you live. Here are some tips that can help you discover how great your country(Nigeria) really and truly is!


Be an active citizen. Actively demonstrate your love for your country by being part of its political process. Continually strive for a better country for all!


Study the history of your country. What are some of the great things people have done and how they showed their love of their country? What are some of the things people have done with good intentions but poor results? Learn from your country's history -- both the good times and the bad times.


Focus on current events. For example, focus on what is also going on in the world as a whole and how your country is involved in it as well.
Read stories, tall tales, and patriotic legends of your country. You will be amazed with such the creativity and imagination of those who wrote or thought up them.


Have a hero. Someone who represents your country, and is a good role model for you. One who will make you proud to be where you call home.
Wear patriotic colors. Nothing shows you love your country more than showing it through clothing or accessories!


Fly a flag. You can purchase flags, bumper stickers, or any other emblems at a local store. Hang them on your car, your front lawn, or anywhere that can outwardly show you respect your country. Remember to treat the flag with the utmost respect.


Celebrate holidays. What happened in your country on this day in history? Did they win a war? Did they gain independence? Recognize that holidays are much more than just occasions for parties or, in some countries, sales at department stores. Acknowledge the solemnity inherent to certain holidays, especially those that commemorate a victory that involved bloodshed.


Go on a trip or a vacation inside the country. People always enjoy when they are on a holiday; try to relax , enjoy and experience the country.






#BeTheChangeYouWantToSeeInNigeria.

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