I've been told that I'm a good global citizen. What does that mean? I have no idea!
Allow me to enlighten you, friend.
But how do I do that?
Being a global citizen means that you are an active member of society, not just in your country, but in the whole world.
Well, you express your concerns about issues impacting people around you. You also help people by volunteering, and donating to local charities and disaster relief efforts.
So it means that I care about other people's problems?
That's true. I do care about the world.
Partially, yes, but there is more to it. You stay informed about what is happening around the world, and you participate in political campaigns, supporting your favorite candidate. That shows that you care about the world.
So, being a good global citizen means staying informed, voicing my concerns, helping charities, and being politically active?
Yes, you can find them all around the world. Just look for people that help people around them.
So, can everyone be a good citizen?
Thank you for explaining global citizenship to me. Are there other types of citizenship?
Yes, there are digital and U.S. citizens, but there's no time to explain them now. I'm already late to work. Goodbye!