The world cup may be over, but the sport has been here before.
From the start, sport has sought to take advantage of the opportunities it has to shape the future of our nation.
We can celebrate the sporting achievements of this year’s games, but what we can’t forget is the challenges ahead.
The 2018 World Cup in Russia, which is currently underway, has already inspired us to build a future that is more sustainable, more inclusive, and more equitable.
The world is about to get a better and a fairer version of what it used to be.
In 2017, we celebrated the birth of the world’s first ever soccer stadium, the stadium in St. Petersburg.
This was the first time that a soccer stadium was built in the world.
At the time, we saw the stadium as a symbol of progress and an extension of the modern soccer nation, but in 2018, it will be one of the most beautiful, modern soccer stadiums in the entire world.
We’re not yet at the point of truly being able to take the next step, but we are certainly on the right path.
It’s also time to start taking the next steps towards building a more just and equitable world.
As we work towards the goal of a better, more equitable future for all of us, we need to think of these challenges as opportunities to do what we do best.
The challenge is not to focus on the negatives of the current climate.
The challenges that exist are not insurmountable.
We know the path to that goal is not easy, but our vision is to move forward in a way that is in keeping with our values.
In order to achieve that vision, we must first address the positives of this climate, because we’re here to make progress.
Let’s make a few concrete steps to move ahead.
We must address the problems and create new solutions to the problems that we face, because there are many of them.
Let us all work to change the culture that surrounds us to make it a place where we are valued and celebrated.
We cannot live without the ability to communicate, to enjoy life, and to participate in our communities and our nation, so let’s be the best we can be, even if it means making mistakes.
The goal of the 2018 World Cups is to bring together nations and to give everyone the opportunity to play a role in the future.
We hope the fans of these countries will show their support by cheering and showing solidarity with their country.
This means showing up at matches, showing up in the stands, standing up for each other.
The World Cup will be a great opportunity to celebrate and show support for our national team and our country, and we can all help to make that happen.
This is an opportunity for everyone to get to know each other and grow as a nation, to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors, and in our own country.
Let me just make one thing clear, however.
I’m not saying we can have an entire generation of young people and young athletes, or young athletes and young people of color, and young kids of all ages, and all races and all ages play for our teams.
We all want to be part of that team, and I want to make sure we don’t lose the chance to have great soccer players, and great soccer teams.
But there will be certain things that we have to do.
There will be some players that will have to leave their national teams, and they’ll have to be brought back to their country, because the countries that are hosting the World Cups and have the facilities will need to be able to compete.
There are some countries that will be hosting that have been hosting the world cup for decades, so I think it’s important that we get all the players that are eligible to play, that have the chance, to come back and be part, to play.
There’s so much that goes into making the game a success in our country.
And it’s not just a matter of putting a big smile on a soccer player’s face and showing them around the stadium.
It goes into the communities where we play, and it’s the communities that have helped build our sport in the first place.
There is so much more that goes on behind the scenes.
So it’s up to us as a society to continue to build the support of the people that are supporting us in the communities.
And that will take us in a direction that is very different than what we have seen from the past, where we’ve seen the world turned upside down by the corruption and the brutality.
We need to come together as a country to take that challenge forward.
That will be the next phase in the development of the next generation of soccer players.
It will be an opportunity to show that we can make this a better place to live, to work, to raise a family, and so on.
It would be good if we all could do our part to get there.
It takes time, but it’s our responsibility to do it.