Heidi Klum, the uber-model, congratulated the football team of her nation upon winning the World Cup 2014. She sent the German team her felicitations via a social site online. And she was spotted in quite an ensemble recently too.
She had on maroon pumps, a purple skirt and her body was fit as a fiddle. Heidi had her hair all done up in a tight knot behind her head. She was wearing shiny shades.
Heidi even posted pics on the social websites of her black and white suit for Project Runway. In the selfsame photograph, three of her fingers are individually painted black, red and yellow…the colors of the German flag.
Ich drücke Euch die Daumen pic.twitter.com/NmKDtbe9ab— Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) July 13, 2014
Heidi Klum is definitely on the side of the victors. And she cut a birthday cake with a friend. The cake sported a picture of both Heidi and her friend.
Everybody has the right to feel proud of the original nation to which they belong. It is a fact that though nationalism is not a very positive thing, patriotism is a very pure concept indeed that resonates with every individual on the face of the planet.
Ultimately, each race and community sticks together and like attracts like. Despite the constant attrition in local values that the onslaught of globalization has unleashed on an unheard of level, the spirit of culture is still going strong.
Wohoooooo pic.twitter.com/hFQNKU96ui— Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) July 4, 2014
And it will beat imperialism in the end since imperialism is imposed from above while culture is a natural grassroots phenomenon. Heidi Klum obviously felt a sense of camaraderie and good will towards Germany and the entire German team which won the World Cup.
Is there anyone who has not said in unison with billions that this is my homeland…my birthplace…where I was born and raised and gained nourishment?
The strength and satisfaction found in having a powerful sense of community instead of the chaos of following individualism and materialism cannot be described since it has to be felt before you can praise its virtues.