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Young people to enrich our fathers’ heritage – Deputy

by April 15, 2017 Key Issues

“With deep enthusiasm and satisfaction I got acquainted with the program of Leader of the Nation – President of our country Nursultan Nazarbayev “The Course towards Future: Modernization of Public Conscience”. The article particularly touches upon the issue of disclosure of the national code, preservation of culture”, – the Deputy noted.

He believes that without this the development of our society is impossible.

“Indeed, the national code in my understanding is manifested through observance, preservation, multiplication and enrichment of our national customs, traditions, customs, which for centuries and millennia ago our Great and wise ancestors created and transmitted to their descendants, revealing in each of us love for the surrounding world, people and yourself. It is the feeling of love that revives in a person such qualities as morality, righteousness, conscience, reveals talents, creativity, abilities,by forming a harmonically developed, intelligent, loving and healthy person”, – T. Mukashev says.

He noted that it is important that everyone looked into himself and wondered what he should do? To awaken in oneself the best qualities of the person, as a teacher and a creator of itself, expressing this through the attitude to the Motherland – Tugan zher, to relatives, close people, to the national sources, reviving and multiplying the brightest, purest and most intimate that is in each of us.

“In this I dedicate the special role to young people – they are our future, the genetic continuation of the national code of our ancestors. I am sure that young people will multiply the heritage of our fathers and grandfathers by inculcating a healthy worldview and accustoming to spiritual values sent to us from the depths of the centuries, which is reflected in the great poetry of the Eurasian steppes – “Sary Dala”, inspiring us in a realization of an unbreakable idea of our Yelbasy “Mangilik Yel”, – the Deputy concluded.

Source: Kazakhstan 2050