Homeland ... Native places ... How much in this word. Each person has a homeland, but not everyone is a patriot.
What is patriotism? This problem is raised by the Russian writer Valentin Rasputin.
This moral question belongs to the category of the eternal. Hegel, Goethe, and Sand were also thinking over it. Especially acute were the classics of Russian literature, critics and philosophers. VG Belinsky wrote: "Every noble person deeply knows his blood relationship, his blood ties with the fatherland ..."
The author of the text, discussing patriotism, tells us that the basis of human quality is love for the Fatherland, faithfulness to its covenants, "suffering for all of its suffering and faith in its purifying outcome." Valentin Rasputin gives a vivid example from the life of the Nobel laureate IA Bunin, who lived abroad for more than thirty years.
Despite this, the writer never ceased to remember and love Russia.
We can not disagree with the author, for love of the motherland, "faithfulness to its covenants - these qualities are peculiar not only to those who meet the dawn at Baikal, embraces the white trunk of a birch, inhaling the smell of just blossoming leaves, but also to those who, by will of fate outside their native country.
Turning to the classical literature of the nineteenth century, AA Blok, one of the greatest poets of Russia, wrote about love for the Motherland. His poems are full of sincere hope that his destiny and Rossi's destiny are inseparable: "Russia, poor Russia, your gray houses, your winds for me, your tears are the first love!
Rereading the diaries of the famous poet Konstantin Balmont who, after the October Revolution, found himself in a foreign land: "There is no day when I yearn for Russia, there is no hour when I would not have to return ... Russia always exists, regardless of what is being done in it ..." . Here she is a true love for the Motherland, for her native land, for her Motherland.
Homeland ... Native places ....
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