Man is a mortal.

@ssh123 (31100)
India
July 24, 2007 12:16am CST
Do you think a country or a nation can be mortal? A legend of a man or a legend of a nation is immortal?
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9 responses
• India
2 Aug 07
Very interesting question indeed and i think a nation can be immortal. Afterall the contributions of nation whether it exists or not other nations which had relationship with that particular nation will certainly remember. i dont want to think how a nation can stop existing b'cos that always involves large scale destruction man made or natural but i hope no nation will cease to exist for whatever reason :)
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
3 Aug 07
You are right. Thanks for your valuable thoughts.
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
29 Aug 07
Your response has been given BR
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• India
31 Aug 07
One more BR! thank you ssh! i really appreciate it :)
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
24 Jul 07
I don't think that a country or nation can be mortal unless the nation is killed by large-scale invasion and killing from a stronger one. To imagine that is terrible. I don't want to imagine that, but the constant wars around the world remind me of that while reading your topic. I am a peace-loving person and I hate whatever kind of wars, which are destrustive disasters to us human beings.
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
24 Jul 07
The point which I am driving home is Man is mortal, but the legend about him becomes immortal. Similarly a nation is mortal (not getting washed away), but the legend about the nation remains in the minds and hearts of the people. Thanks for the response and glad to note that you love peace. May I pray for the best peace in the world.
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• China
24 Jul 07
Thanks very much, ssh. I enjoy your explanation.
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@rladiga00 (1166)
• India
24 Jul 07
You are right. The legend of a man and legend of a nation is immortal in any nation of the world.
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
24 Jul 07
Thanks for your interesting response.
5 Mar 08
its all state of mind but i would say yes
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
6 Mar 08
You are right. Thanks for respnding to this topic. Regards.
@Ophelia (88)
• United States
14 Nov 07
Interestingly, this reminded me to think of a book I'm reading about Queen Catherine of England, from Aragon. Formally, Princess of Wales and the youngest daughter of Isabella and Ferdinand of Castille and Aragon. She married into the Tudor family, which is how she made it over to England. But I thought of them and brought these historical figures up because of Isabella and Ferdinand. Whether you believe in their quest or not, you cannot deny their fidelity to their faith. Queen Isabella became a soldier for goodness sakes to rile up her army. This is a woman whos legend lives on. Even to this day, even if you don't know what they are known for, you still know the names Isabella and Ferdinand. I learned them in grade school. But still their names are with me. Even someone not reading about them, etc., knows of these historical figures. Countries are certainly mortal: always conquering, defeating another. And I have obviously proved my point of a person's legend becoming immortal.
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
15 Nov 07
I too have read this story in SChool and thanks for reminding me about it. YOu have given very good response and it has been rated. Thanks for active participation and I fully endorse your views.
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
12 Nov 07
A country or nation can be mortal in that it deteriorates as did the Roman Empire, that it no longer has the power it once has. There are countries that no longer exist, and whose power is no longer felt who fell through internal corruption before they were invaded by foreign powers. Yet through this we hear of men and the son of God who even now influence us. We know about Augustus Caesar who brought peace to the Roman Empire and we know about Jesus Christ the son of God who brought a peace that surpasses even through the struggles of war and conflict to many throughout the ages.
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
13 Nov 07
Your response is very meaningful, interesting and analyses the topic very well. It is rated and thank you.
@akudaniy (76)
• Indonesia
2 Aug 07
Nstions are made from men. men are mortals. So I just give a "yes" answer for this question
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
3 Aug 07
Thank you very much for your response.
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@hyzz1982 (1040)
• China
16 Nov 07
the spirit of one nation's culture will be immortal. i think so. ^smiles^. a spirit of a country and a nation will aslo be immortal. but a country or a nation will be changed all the time. just my opinion. ^laughs^
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
16 Nov 07
Thank you for your response. Good day.
@juhiram (187)
9 Nov 07
yes the legend of a man and the legend of a nation is mortal it was correct.
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
9 Nov 07
Thank you very much for participating in this discussion and for your response.