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Love Story Of A Soldier By Anurag Yadav

Pride of the Nation

As our ears hear the word ‘soldier’, our mind creates a picture of a person dressed in the uniform with a gun in his hands and head wrapped in a shroud.
Different people have different opinions and views regarding the life of soldiers. People say being soldier is a profession. Some people even say that soldiers are born to die but here I’m totally against those people. They are not born to die; however, they are dying for those people who are saying such words. The sacrifice of their life for the nation and its people is more than enough to state that being soldier is not a profession but it’s an attitude and way of living life with gratitude.
Present scenario of international borders reveals that the soldiers are the only people which are saving us from the international threats. They fought and get wounded but still wear every wound with a smile on their faces. Their marvellous job deserves respect for them. Everyone should feel pride and their heart should beat fast whenever they see a person in uniform. Their heart should say, “Yes! There is someone who is ready to split the last drop of his blood, just for a smile on our faces.”

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