Citizens of World
Anicons, Beliefs, Churches, Citizens of World, Faiths, God, Holy Books, Icons, Idols, Mosques, Paintings, Religions, Sculptures, Temples

Dear GOD, where do you live?

Can we have your address, please? On which street in heaven do you live?

We know you are not at places where innocent civilians become homeless by the bombing of their homes. They make citizens refugees in their own countries. Many children lose their parents and other family members.

We see your idols still sitting on the shelves of the shattered houses and your pictures hanging on the exposed walls. You were there, but you silently slipped before this destruction.

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Citizens of World
Beliefs, Buddhist, Children, Children - Future Citizens of World, Christianity, Citizens of World, Communities, Faiths, God, Hindu, Jew, Muslim, Religions, Rites, Rituals

The religion of a child!

What do you think of the religion of a child at the time of birth?

Every newborn child does not bring a particular religion with birth.

It is what the child’s family passes over faith and beliefs that the child is to follow for the rest of life.

They label those little human beings as Christians, Muslims, Jews, etc. without their knowledge and consent.

Let us consider how faiths and beliefs are passed down from one generation to another in different cultures.

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Citizens of World
Bad Politicians, Bad Politics, Citizens of World, Corrupt Politicians, Corruption, Dirty Politics, Political Conflicts, Politicians, Politics, Poor Countries, Poor vs. Rich, Rich Countries

Are bad politics the reason for poor nations?

Why some countries are rich and others poor?

In common language, the terms “rich” and “poor” are often used in a relative sense: A “poor” person has less income, wealth, goods, or services than a “rich” person.

Various factors make a nation rich or poor.

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Citizens of World
Border Crossing, Borderless world, Borders, Citizens, Citizens of World, Global Citizens, One World, World Citizens

A world without borders, boundaries, and barriers!

Who doesn’t need a passport to cross borders?

There is rarely any country in the world that allows entry without a passport.

But birds, animals, rivers, clouds don’t need any entry or exit approvals from the nations.

We see migrating birds covering thousands of miles in their annual travels, usually traveling the same course year after year with a slight deviation.

They can travel as far as 16,000 miles. Geese and vultures travel at an altitude of 29,000-37,000 feet high.

During their travel, they cross so many countries without bothering for the hassles of immigration formalities.

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