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Most young people meet and associate with the most important people in their lives: parents, siblings, friends, coaches, teachers and mentors in three types of communities: school, extracurricular groups (which include religious communities, clubs and sports leagues, and informal communities of friends), and the family.

In these places that young people learn what is expected of them and what to expect from others, especially adults.

In these places that young people learn powerful lessons, both good and bad, about the role of the individual in society.

These three communities all create and depend on social capital and depend upon it.

Youth have some responsibility towards their country. We need to learn from yesterday and live with hope for a better tomorrow.

Youth and nation have to walk hand in hand. Most importantly, the youth should be honest and hard working.

Youth should stand against all the wrong doings in the country. Instead of blaming the system, young citizens should come together and with their toil should mould our nation for a better tomorrow.

You, the youth should use your brains, strength, creativity and imagination to serve your nation. Rather than fighting upon the issues and ruining the country, you should learn to develop it.

We need to learn from yesterday and live with hopes for a better tomorrow. So we have to do our bit for the nation and be the change that we have always wanted.

Our country can become a developed nation only if everyone contributes to the best of his or her capacity and ability.

Youth is wholly experimental and with the full utilization of the talents of the youth, this country will become a complete Nation.