Describe what it really means to be a Bahamian
Forward, upward, onward, together, is imperial to all other slogans in The Bahamas. It gives many Bahamians a great sense of pride and identity along with other indigenous symbols like our national flag. With these two symbols we can sum up what it really means to be a Bahamian. In addition to these profound and nationally revered symbols, the many great Bahamian men and women that contributed to the upward mobility of the Bahamas makes this little nation stand shoulder to shoulder with the greatest nations of the world; Nations like America, Canada and Europe. Even our Bahamian food stamps The Bahamas as a tourist destination that millions of people travel to experience along with sun, sand and sea. Simply stated, this Bahamaland is just simply the best little great nation in the world.
On July 10, 1973, The Bahamas experienced its independence from Britain. The identity and culture of Bahamians began to form as our fathers, stood in solidarity to lay the foundation for The Bahamas as we know it today. I was born post-Independence, and I am enjoying all the benefits that this free, independent nation of ours has to offer – while at the same time, carrying with me the culture and pride that was bequeathed to me.
Having been blessed by God to be so strategically located on the globe in a sub-tropical climate, it is such a great feeling to be able to wake up to mornings of beautiful sunny days with mild winds and 80° temperatures all year long. Along with perfect weather, we have the world’s most beautiful beaches which provide the most peaceful tranquil environment that is desired by most. Therefore, one can imagine that on work days the best spot to eat lunch is at the beach, parked in our cars and watching the waves as they ripple over the gleaming white sands. On holidays, one can also imagine that the place to be is on the beach enjoying a family fun day of swimming, eating, building sand castles and...
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