🌈🌎 What Is One Thing About Living in Your Country That You Value?
We have known that the members of LuckScout Club are from various parts of the world. It means that we come from places with different cultures, environmental conditions, socio-economic and political situations.
Most of us were also born in a country where we are living right now. It makes us develop a strong connection with each of our country. What is the one thing that you like most about living in your country? What is that you think you will never found anywhere else in the world?
I was born in Indonesia. And I live in Indonesia. There are many things that I deeply love about living in Indonesia. But the one thing that I like most and that I think I will never found anywhere else is the perfect environment to live as a Muslim. Being a Muslim in Indonesia is very comforting because Islam has been institutionalized in our society.
My cultural identity is the most important thing to me that I admire in my country. I don’t think I can live comfortably in any other cultural setup other than this. One time I left my country for sometime but I really found it hard to cope with the new culture and environment. It can be a better country than yours with better opportunities for growth and development, but there’s no place like home.
Apart from the above, there are many other things that I also value, like national identity, cultural diversity and good neighborhood. My country Uganda host many of from neighboring Countries as well as thousands of refugees who would have no place to call home now had we been a hostile country.
I value most of our cultural settings, notably our traditional music songs of Rukiiga and Luganda traditional dances .They are very interesting and entertaining to see.
We have many cultural things that i value and admire. For example we a cultural Mask and dance that happened each years. To participate people have to spend tree months in the forest where they do everything, Eat ,sleep, learn culture and dance.
I was born in Australia and that is where I live. It is a hard country as we have extremes in climate but the wide open spaces and the wonderful country farming land and the freedoms that we enjoy are the things that I enjoy about this place.
My roots are in my country of birth, where the graves of my ancestors are. There will always be that spiritual connection with my home soil. I can’t do without the beautiful home language and the pleasant weather conditions of my country.
Edward — Are you a farmer or have farmland? I love the scenery of wide-open field farmland in western countries. The bond we have with our birth-place is so strong so that we can’t imagine other places to live.
David — Where are you come from? Yes, the connection we have to our home is so strong.
Ahmad, no I was born in Sydney but both my parents came from rural NSW and no i do not own any farmland but my parents instilled in me a love for the rural areas of Australia. I like going to what we call the country and enjoy the scenery.
Edward — I really want to visit the rural area in the western country such as in your country Edward. Apart from the beautiful wide-open scenery, it seems that agriculture in these countries has a deep cultural value. Maybe, someday I should visit Australia. 😀
The great thing about the UK is that we are free to do whatever we want. There is no dictatorship or oppression. We have a very high standard of living and are amongst the most affluent in the world. Opportunities are available for everyone.
Our tradition forest dance is something that we value the most in our tradition costume in Guinea. It is celebrate each year that people spend time in the deep forest for about three months.
I valued meet such as, women’s meeting. And I also value our cultural dance and dresses
I think the harmony between people of different religions and the politeness of the people in my country, Indonesia, are the things that are very valuable for me living here. You can find it in all regions in Indonesia
These is no place like home, I love my country regardless, because it’s my home.
Apart from the social life of my country… Infant, they are best in times uniformity and personality.
I respect and value our national anthem. It’s one of my lovely song .
In my country people are social and treat foreigns people in the same way as native people. There is no difference between foreign people and native people .
Kenneth, I too admire the Nigerian dress code. I ladmire the Nigerian men in that long atire. It impresses me much.
They have good Agriculture and plantations and other valuable resources.
Kenneth, I see you have plantations, what do you grow in those plantations kenneth?
Guinea is known by its number of natural resources such as dimand, bauxite, uranium, aluminum and gold. Guinea should be the most developed country in West Africa based on its natural resources, but the corrupted leaders have made it the poorest country.
There are so many things I love about my country they are best nation