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So What do you think?
What did you observed from those clips? What was actually going on? What were they doing? What were they aimed for? Why were they fighting? Where did it took place? What was the result so far? So What do you think now?
Who is foreign?
We do consider foreign to our self. Do we? From a different country? Belonging to a different culture? From a place where it does not belong? From a different one of the states? The quality of being alien or not native?
Are foreign people having alien soul?
Observe these pictures carefully…
Who is alien among these….?
My Dear, “No Men Are Foreign”. We all are humans...
Introduction This poem contains a noble and inspiring message. Here is the poetry for the service to the mankind, poetry which aims at instruction and moral improvement. The poet tells us to develop an international outlook. The idea of the poem has been taught by religious prophets and social reformers all over the world from olden times. The poem preaches the lesson of fatherhood of god and the brotherhood of man.
We all are human beings…… We should not consider people belongings to other countries as foreigners. People may wear clothes of different colors and designs. But under the different clothes their body is the same. The earth on which they walk about is the same as the ours.
Like us the other people also feel and enjoy the sun, the air and water, like us they reap harvests during peace; like us they suffer from the shortages of essential things during the war time.
This poem is based on the idea that we are the children of the same father God. As such we should believe in the universal brotherhood of man. The earth is the common property of the mankind. We should not think that we are the citizens of this or that country. We should give up feelings of narrow nationalism. We should think that we are the citizens of the world. In war all countries suffer and in peace prosper. Therefore if countries suffer and in peace prosper. Therefore if we hate others we deceive ourselves.
End with Explanation These lines are taken from the poem ‘NO MEN ARE FOREIGN’ written by JAMES KIRKUP. This poem preaches a lesson of brotherhood of man. He advises us not to hate any belongings to other countries.
Now answer me?
Uniform - dress Fed - got food from Beneath - Under Word meanings… Outrage -destroy Recognize -know Defile - to corrupt Betray -deceive Condemn -criticize