The surest indicator of a great nation is represented not by the achievements of its rulers artists or scientists but by the general welfare of its people

A great nation comprises of a group of people who are economically solvent having a higher standard of living as well as deserving respect from other nations because of their achievements and contributions in the field of science, politics, culture, economy, or games and sports. True, the achievement of the rulers, artists and scientists can help a nation to be well known and in some cases, to earn reverence from other nations, but they certainly do not indicate a great nation. The lifestyle and development of general people, in fact, represent the greatness of a nation.

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