Our Duty Towards Our Country Essays and Term Papers

  • Essay on How to Develop Road Safety Culture

    A person is called good only when he has the appropriate and adequate qualities of being so. A citizen is a person who lives in some particular country, so, we would call a citizen good only when he would be found to have the qualities requisite for this citizenship. He must have the qualities of head...

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  • Duties and Rules of Students

    vigorous in society. They are the vital forces in the social organism. If the students do not come upto our expectations simply because they are led astray and their vigor is drained away, the radiance of our hopes is likely to be dimmed. It is essential, therefore, that students should realize this and make...

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  • Perfect Man

    them, it helps us to do our work better. Human society is a graded organisation. We all know about morality, and we all know about duty, but at the same time we find that in different countries the significance of morality varies greatly. What is regarded as moral in one country may in another be considered...

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  • Kant vs. Singer

    Singer VS. Kant Duty can be defined in numerous ways but what is difficult to know is what our moral obligations are? Immanuel Kant and Peter Singer have attempted to find a more simple, rational, and supreme rule for what our duty is. Singer makes the distinction between charity and duty.  He attempts...

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  • CARS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

    CARS FROM AROUND THE WORLD Cars have played a very important role in our life starting from the olden age up to now. Some countries have turned into huge car manufacturing places and some are making their up to that place, but how do we know which one is the best?. When it comes to expensive cars Germany...

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  • What Is Duty

    WHAT IS DUTY? It is necessary in the study of Karma-Yoga to know what duty is. If I have to do something I must first know that it is my duty, and then I can do it. The idea of duty again is different in different nations. The Mohammedan says what is written in his book, the Koran, is his duty; the Hindu...

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  • Health IT Code of Ethics

    passed the Nursing Licensure Examination, Nursing Informatics wasn’t part of our curriculum until 2009. As a subdiscipline, it was relatively young at that time. I remembered during our oath taking when we pledged to the country to adhere closely to ethical and professional rules as accepted by the Nursing...

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  • Children's Day

    Children are the future citizens of the country. The future of the country depends upon the present children. If the children do not develop in a proper way, the country's future will be ruined. This was rightly realized by our late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. So, he advised the people to stop observing...

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  • Youth Development

    the youth that holds the reigns of any country and steers it either to stellar heights or an abysmal failure. "The duty of youth is to challenge corruption".(Kurt Cobain) The countries where the youth are agile and pay their proper contributions towards their nation are more developed. The entire...

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  • Voter Responsiblity

    To make our democracy continue to grow and flourish in the right direction, its citizens must be vigilant towards their votes. This vote is extremely very important because it determines the kind of government that comes in power. The electorate must remember that it is his/her duty towards the nation...

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  • 1950s and on

    (Super 226). A central element of such a cultural phenomenon was commoditized controversialism. Features of this cultural transition and prevalence towards iconoclastic ideals included the commoditized politics, as observed in bumper stickers, fashion styled with political messages, and characters exalted...

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  • Patriotrism

    are to judge a man properly. Our life is a bundle of duties. Every man has to do certain duties towards his own self, towards the members of his own family, to­wards his own country, towards humanity and towards God, the Almighty. On the right performance of these duties depends his real worth in life...

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  • Globalization of Justice

    war, the ongoing globalization and deep structural changes, still features high inequality both between developed and underdeveloped countries and within each country. In view of this situation, many political philosophers developed the concept of globalizing justice. They all have the same goal, reduce...

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  • Chemistry

    participation in our nation's politics at every level, especially grassroots. A common perception about politics is something relating to wrongful activities; even the use of word politics has come to acquire negative connotations.  Generally that's the reason of indifference towards politics. This attitude...

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  • Fins Tanaka

    market share of 20%. With the objective of expanding our global reach and maintaining our competitive position, we are building strategies to invest in the emerging markets of the Exotican continent, with the primary focus being on the countries of East Tropicalia, West Tropicalia, and Paradiso. We...

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  • Relationship Status

    the apex tapers towards more sublime, emotional and spiritual level of commitment. At the foundation of the pyramid lies the very reason of our existence- The Earth, and the entity which sustains life on Earth- Nature. First and foremost, we all are obliged to be committed to our planet, and it has...

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  • Duties of a Student

    Duties of a Student by- Md. Abdul Mannan1 The period of life, which we spend to receive education in educational institutions, is called student life. It is not only the best time of a man’s life but also the seedtime as the success and happiness in our life depend on how we have spent our student...

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  • Citizenship Essay

    specific rights and duties. A citizen makes part of a state. A state is an organised political community under one government; a commonwealth; a nation. A citizen has at his disposal a great number of rights, some of which include; the right to vote, work and live in the country, the right to return...

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  • Civil War

    resolution has not been taken without a strict regard to all the considerations appertaining to the relation which binds a dutiful citizen to his country; and that in withdrawing the tender of service, which silence in my situation might imply, I am influenced by no diminution of zeal for your future...

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  • Responsibilities V.S. Duities

    general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. The Preamble In act 14 of the Constitution, we are given our civil rights. Our Constitution says that all persons born or naturalized in the United...

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