Proud to be part of the Great Project B4JO ..... a wonderful Idea gives us the chance to celebrate our love to Jordan .... each one .... his own way.
For me I will give some ideas on how we can love Jordan not just by saying but by doing it on daily bases; by actions !
It's very Obvious that for so many people Patriotism in Jordan means wearing the red and white hatta, putting certain pictures on cars and always playing Hashme and such songs .... I have no problem with that until this nice picture turns ugly!! when someone start acting badly or throwing trash from the car !! so is this ur Idea about patriotism? is this how u show ur care for ur country !! and what makes it worst if there r kids watching this crime ! I know it might seem a simple problem but I face it every day; watching kids turning their homeland into a dumpster and when I ask them "isn't this ur country that u should keep clean and Beautiful !! the one u love and care about !" they simply answer it's not our house we r throwing in It's Just the street !! Is this the way we want our kids to grow up ? having a wrong idea about how we love and care about our country ?! not by actions but Just by the appearances ?!! and I can give tens of example on such behaviors !
Another way to show how much we love our country ..... soon we will be participating in one of the biggest events in Jordan, which is the elections; I think each one should think million times before giving his/her voice to anybody.... and should make sure at least 70% that this person deserves it ! don't just think of ur personal interest because if u do; then later u can't blame the one u elected if he thinks the same way u did !
We can support the Jordanian Products from time to time .... that would help our economy .... I hope !
Asking for teachers association is a must; I don't know how to connect this with loving Jordan :D but it's a must !
All what we need is positive thinking, ways to make Jordan a better Place ! We owe that to our beloved country ..... Because it's Home after all !