Oh my dear nation, how I mourn for you. We have lost sight of our true purpose, we've forgotten what our nation means. My heart extends to you, my people, my brothers. We are united as a nation and we are one. We serve our country along one another, with dignity and pride. We are a proud nation because we are fighters - we fight for what we believe, we fight for freedom, we fight for our country. But need I show you our history? Need I remind you of the present?
Our law is our guide - it's our protection and it is precious to us. It has always been this way and it must remain that way. But the beauty of our nation is the beauty of democracy, and as you know, democracy means we all have a say - we all have a voice and we all belong. For decades, men and women have served to protect this, they've suffered and died to keep our country alive. Countless of families have been left broken-hearted at the loss of loved ones. We have seen it time and time again and we must remind ourselves of this constantly.
I believe the diversity of this country is beautiful - it's a reflection of what we are as freedom lovers. You have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness - this is promised to us no matter who you are. There is hope for you in this country, there's a purpose for you in this nation.
Never grow restless, always serve your country in the best way you can. Respect the law above all else because it's here at a great price and it's here for you. Remember when you see our flag and when you hear our national anthem, that you belong to something much greater. This is the country that will change the world, we must raise the next generations to be prepared. We are the hope for the broken and suffering in the world, we are fighters for the lost and we are never going to give up. It is our duty as citizens of this nation to remember our place and our vision.
My people, my country, my heart pours out to you as we grow together. As we discover, explore, and progress we will always remember our identity - we are humble, dignified, and united.