There is a house on a hill, in the far flung corner of the world, in northeastern India, a man who has difficulty in understanding the English on CNN, called his wife from the kitchen and then carried his four and half years old son and they together quietly watched the speech of the first black American president for about half an hour. And when his son inquired who is he, his father smiled and responded proudly, “My son, THIS IS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.”
This is respect and love. Mr. President. Respect and love from the purest fountain of the human heart. America is a great nation with a great people. And this resonate very well with the words of the 37th President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, “We must always remember that America is a great nation today not because of what government did for people but because of what people did for themselves and for one another.”
If you really want to make America great again, Mr. President, what you need to do is make an example, an example to follow.
Billy Graham, another great persona from America, once said, “When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost.”
Your days as president are numbered and you wouldn’t live forever, and you know this. Your bizarre tweets you make every day with all the poor jibes are not a good example to follow. In the end, it could overshadow you. Mr. President, you are the president, make an example today, an example to follow, so that in your last days, from the distant, you can hear your fellow Americans truly saying “I am proud of you Mr. President.”