Many years have passed; many people have sacrificed their lives. It is 2008 now and 90 years have passed since 28 May 1918. It is a sunny and happy day here in Baku today and it is difficult to remember all sad things that happened during all these years for us to be able to carry Azerbaijani passport today and represent our own country.
Maybe one day there will be no borders and people will love and respect each other no matter what language they speak or how they look or how wealthy and successful they are. Currently it seems to me that although some people are ready to spread love constantly around them some would just try to benefit from this rather than reply with love in return. The same applies to countries…This means that not everyone is ready to live without borders and represent the world rather than a piece of it; countries small in size like Azerbaijan will have to remember this and about its interests and do its best to protect the interests of Azerbaijanis as any other country currently does, playing according to rules of XXI century.
I don’t have a relevant picture to be devoted to this post but I am posting a photo of my 2 years old son who is trying to dig in our garden. Why? Because children are the future and because land, nature, earth are the main and eternal things in this world to respect and take good care of. After all, the picture is not that irrelevant :)