What can you do for your Mother Land?

India
November 14, 2006 5:06am CST
Once President Kennedy said to US people: " It is not important what your country had done for you, but it is important what you had done for the country ". These words changed America to become most strong nation. Now what you think for your mother land.
2 responses
@lion2004 (95)
• China
16 Nov 06
work hard for my country
• India
16 Nov 06
work hard well what thus that mean?
@swarn47 (1707)
• India
14 Nov 06
Motherland is otherwise a synonym for fatherland, though perhaps carrying different psychological associations. It especially has the connotation of one's country of birth and growing up, with the country being respectfully viewed as a benign mother nurturing its citizens as her children. The term "Motherland" is very often labelled to Russia, and many Russians and various Slavs around the world refer to that country as such, even if they do not harbor their ancestry directly from that country. In spanish-speaking countries Madre Patria can refer to the country of oneself or be understood as a reference to Spain. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motherland As for as service to the motherland is concerned, when people of the nation are sincere towards their duties towards the nation, they prove themselves to be good citizens. This is service to the motherland.
• India
16 Nov 06
I think you are good in attribute, but I had asked for plans to build your nation, do you have it in you?