Choosing a Primary Loyalty
People can have primary loyalty to someone, a group, and even a nation. A citizen may pledge allegiance to a nation (to the country they live) and have a secondary loyalty to another country (the ancestors’ country). This type of loyalty is not dual loyalty, because it is unequal; but rather it is denotes loyalty in degrees. The story below exemplifies the idea of primary loyalty.
Primary loyalty determines which duties are most important for an individual. However, you should note that there are competing interest for your loyalty. Example: A company may seek greater brand loyalty from its customers; a political party may seek greater allegiance to it during election; a social group may seek more support from the general public, the government may need more citizens in their army or navy, even you have to decide is your best friend, etc. You must decide to whom you owe your loyalty (particularly your primary and secondary loyalty).