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Express my love for my homeland

Express your thoughts about the beautiful love in the homeland

Presenting a short essay on thinking about beautiful friendship in my hometown – In this article, would like to share with readers sample essays that present their thoughts on beautiful and detailed love in their hometown to help students I know how to write essays about beautiful people in my hometown. The following is a sample content to present an essay expressing my thoughts on the beautiful humanity in my homeland, please refer to it.

1. Thinking about the beautiful love in my hometown – Quang Nam

Trinh bay bai van ngan neu suy nghi ve tinh

Humans, born and raised, will be like small rivers, reaching out to touch the big sea. Those big kids will do their best to go to what they consider to be the promised land. I too, a son of Quang, also have a dream of going to new, more beautiful, bigger, and flashier lands than where I was born.

In the immature vision of a child in a small province, to me, the city is a place where lights are connected, running endlessly, and there are attractive places to go. And the day I entered the university, I just wanted to hurry to the day of admission, so that I could quickly reach the place I called the great sea during my childhood years.

Yes, even if I go out, go far, I will see, that poor countryside, where I used to want to leave quickly, and nourished my childhood soul. Quang Nam, that land, say goodbye to me in cool, peaceful day.

In the past, perhaps Quang Nam is the land with the most teasing dialect in the country. Quang’s voice, not sweet, sharp and full of music like Hanoi. Quang’s accent is not as earnest, gentle and rich as Hue’s. Quang’s accent is special with a “clumsy” and unmistakable pronunciation.

Cantonese, to strangers, is “clumsy” and “hometown”, but to the Quang people, it is as close as flesh and blood, like the soul mixed between land and people. Because only Quang people know, it is the soul of the land here. Where to go so that the people of Quang can find a “smashing” car, a “lom” car…. Where to go to be invited: “Buy fish and go home, my son”, where to go to listen to poems that are also imbued with simplicity and authenticity like the voice of my hometown:

“Young teeth, Quang Nom brazier?

Please don’t criticize my hometown so much for the rain

In flood season, bananas join rafts to catch crickets

If you don’t understand, keep quiet and listen

My hometown has many famous products

Coming to Quang Nom, you must understand the top

Particularly, there is no place where the tissue is confused

The people of the countryside live their lives diligently

A cigarette, a cup of tea, and a cup of tea

The bowl of Quang noodles is very spicy and spicy

Do you have a Quang Nom apron?

Makes me impatient in my heart

I’ll send you a little bit to wait for you

Come on, that’s where my hometown is.”

The Quang Nam language is idyllic, close to that of a farmer who is attached to the muddy fields all day. Quang Nam’s language is not pompous, flowery, and beautiful like the language of many regions, just like the people of Quang have a lot of love and affection. But staying with this voice for a long time, becomes addicted, addicted to hearing, addicted to seeing, addicted to returning.

The sloping land, the fast-flowing water, the uncondensed water make them hot-tempered, reasoned, and in any matter, they also like to argue, argue, and argue.

Quang Nam is located in the central part of the country, with the terrain of “mountainous forests, plains and sea interwoven in a narrow geographical space”, giving the people of Quang a solid shape and posture. strong, sturdy.

This feature has had a great influence on the shape, the way of addressing, the way of talking, and the communication style, the tone of the language… in not only the Cham people in the past but also the people of Quang Nam today. For example, “nature is upright, without trickery to win good, benefit for himself and push bad things to others” and “allergic to lies and very respectful of honesty, truth rather”, or dare to dream, has a commitment, is eager to win, and is warlike.

Quang Nam people have a rather rustic and clumsy manner of behavior and address. The way of communication in the manner of eating and speaking has partly reflected a generous and tolerant heart. Quang Nam people say whatever they think, very frank, do not cover up, hide, see what they say, speak anytime, anywhere, in all circumstances.

The sun, the wind, the storm broke out for the people of Quang land many things. Quang people speak not sweetly and skillfully because few people born from the sun and wind can avoid brown skin, Quang people are frank and straightforward, because they do not have time for long and winding stories. They were born from sandy soil, rain and sun, and they rose like the desert dragon dew. The sun and the wind have skillfully created them, creating both their honest, straightforward, simple nature, yet full of charm.

Not only with a rustic voice, a gentle and sincere nature but also a straightforwardness, Quang Nam’s land is attached to people from afar, also because of the bowls of Quang noodles, Cao Lau, pork rice paper rolls….

Maybe, you will see Quang Nam with a different perspective, a different feeling, but with a child raised by this land like me, Quang Nam is always beautiful, beautiful in the way it raised me, in the way it raised national heroes, in the way it braced itself for great storms, in the way it rose from the hot seasons. To me, that land is too resilient.

My hometown – Not so glittery enough to attract many people from far away, but always loving enough to keep peace in the hearts of expatriates, like me.

2. Present a short essay stating your thoughts about the beautiful love in your hometown – Dong Nai

In the heart of every Vietnamese, love for the homeland is perhaps the most sacred emotion. Each person is born, who does not have roots, who does not have a homeland. Homeland is where we were born and raised, where we bury our umbilical cord vegetables. Homeland gives us sweet memories, gives us a beautiful childhood. Homeland teaches us meaningful human lessons, allowing us to grow up and mature. For me, my hometown holds a very special place, occupying an important place in my heart.

My hometown is very poor. People live mainly by farming, working in the fields every day, selling their faces to the land and their backs to heaven all year round. Life is hard, hard, full of difficulties, deprivation, sometimes even not enough to eat, enough. Although living in poverty, it is difficult, but the people here live with meaning. The village loves and cares for each other. They live with a sincere, simple and pure feeling, a feeling only found in poor farmers. Dong Nai hometown is the place where I was born crying, it is also the place that gave me a beautiful and sweet childhood. It can be said that I was born in the love of my family and grew up in the warmth and affection of the village.
Away from home since childhood. So, many childhood memories, I have locked in memory. Returning to my hometown from Hanoi is often associated with enormous losses for me and my family. So there are many memories still deep in the heart drawer. Now that I have had the opportunity to return to my hometown, my memories suddenly flooded back. Emotions that are difficult to describe fill our hearts. I was born on a hot summer day in my hometown. At that time, my family was also very poor. My childhood was 4 years living in my homeland. That time is enough for me to have memories, sweet memories. When I was born, I was chubby, lovely (not obnoxious like now). In the village, everyone loves and loves to hold me. Sweet, cool milk has raised me throughout my childhood, not only my mother’s. I live in the countryside with my mother and brother. My father alone in Hanoi worked hard to earn every penny and send it back to his hometown, unable to visit his mother and son often. My mother alone with two brothers in the poor countryside managed very hard. It was during those difficult times, the care and support of the village gave me and my daughter the motivation to overcome everything, and gave me sweet memories. I remember when I was a child, people held my baby, cuddled me, sang me lullabies to put me to sleep, and remembered the cool milk lines that raised me up. I remember the times when my mother was on a basket carrying the burden and carrying it to the field; remember the greasy aroma of the mussels, which my mother caught in the field, used grilled fireflies to eat. (Fireflies are very thin sticks, grated from bamboo, then dried, used to smoke cigars and light lamps in the past). I remember even the holidays, the village slaughtered pigs at night, I stayed up all night watching pig slaughter just to ask for a tail. I remember the scent of rice, straw, the gentle scent of jasmine, grapefruit flower; remember the vast, vast fields; miss the duck pond; remember the first rice tree in the family; remember the green bamboo bush; remember every night when the neighbors gather to sing, I sleep in my mother’s lap when it’s not good; miss the candy cane, the lollipop, the popcorn kernel; remember marbles; remember even the rows of luxuriant fabrics, chit fruit; remember children taking buffaloes to graze in the fields, taking cows home every night, remembering buffalo dung fields; remember the tiled roofs, the garden shed flowers, the dog and the cat lying in the sun; I remember the sound of frogs croaking… Now standing in my homeland, looking at the starlit night sky, I remember the nights we spent playing together under the moon, then when we were tired, lying down in the yard watching the stars shimmering in the sky. . I miss the peaceful scene in my hometown. I miss my grandfather. I am the most cherished grandchild. Grandpa is the one who often carries me to the market and buys me a lot of presents. My grandfather often took me out to play, visit the village to visit the neighborhood. My name was given by him. And my grandfather was also the one who taught me to eat, to speak, to teach me the first moral lessons. Many good memories I have from him. My childhood was warm with my grandfather’s affection for me. Although my grandfather passed away when I was very young, my grandfather’s love for me will never be forgotten. It can be said that the love of the village, the peaceful scenery of the homeland has imprinted in me beautiful and sweet memories, making the love of the homeland for me become more sacred.

People in my hometown worship Buddhism very much. Everyone has Buddha in their heart. Therefore, even though they are very poor, people always think: “Hungry to clean, torn to smell”. They live pure and simple lives. Villages and neighbors love and care for each other: “Good leaves protect torn leaves”, or “A few torn leaves cover many torn ones”. So, despite the lack of life, the people here are always happy and optimistic. And the beauty I see in the villagers, as well as in my mother, is the truth. All the feelings that the people here have for each other are very sincere and pure. I look at the old people and children in my hometown, there is something very peaceful about them. But people in my hometown worship Buddhism not only because Buddhism teaches people how to live optimistically in the face of difficulties. But the important thing, Buddhism teaches people to live with filial piety. Perhaps because of that, a beauty that I see in the countryside is: “They live in an orderly manner, from top to bottom. Whenever there is something strange, you must first invite your ancestors and grandparents, and then give up your descendants. Everyone lives in the same family, the lineage lives in unity, closeness, never quarrels or loudly.” People here always remember their roots and roots. Therefore, my hometown has many temples and shrines everywhere. Each house has an ancestral altar, year-round burning incense and worshiping. Every year-end occasion, Tet comes spring. No matter how busy they are in the fields, everyone goes to their ancestors’ graves, burns incense, fulfills their filial piety, and expresses gratitude to their ancestors. All are beautiful cultural features that still remain in my memory.

On this year’s New Year’s Day, I had the opportunity to return to my hometown with my mother to visit the grave. I return to my hometown to remember my roots; return to their homeland to pay tribute to ancestors and grandparents; return home to revive memories of a childhood; return to their homeland to see themselves grown and matured; return to my hometown to see that this place has become rich and strong and increasingly renewed… I am very happy to see that my grandparents, even though they are nearly 80 years old, are still healthy; glad to see the village, everyone remembers this little guy, everyone recognizes him, shakes his hand and shakes his face; glad to see the countryside, fields, living in the country in the past; I am happy to see the renewal of the homeland, everyone has a full life, more spacious houses, full electricity and water, everyone has a TV, a motorbike…

But what makes me most happy is this: The village’s love for me is still the same, unchanged. The peaceful scene of the village that I saw in the past, in my heart is still there. Unfortunately! Because I don’t have a camera to share with you those peaceful scenes. But if you want, one day, I will go with you to my hometown, to see the wonderful peaceful scene here. So happy! My hometown…!

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