A passport is a person's main document. It, like a personal code, fits into all state registers, so that its owner can be found anywhere in the country.
The passport certifies the identity of the citizen. That is, having such a document in your pocket, you can reliably prove your belonging to your native state. And along with it, the rights inherent in every citizen. It follows from this that you can only exercise (and protect) your rights with a passport. This applies to education, housing, getting a job, getting medical care and many other important things. By and large, significant events in life often take place not without the participation of this little book: getting a diploma, registering a marriage, even buying travel vouchers.
In Russia, a passport is issued to a person when, according to the law, he begins to bear responsibility for his actions - in our country this age is 14 years. Each passport has an identification series and number. The document records the most basic data about a person: gender, name, date of birth, place of residence. The adjacent pages reflect information about children, marriage registration, military service. You will not be able to bypass these records if you want to have protection of your rights in the future.
Of course, not everyone may like such a universal "rewriting". This means that “everyone who needs it” will know about you. It is impossible to hide - from debts, alimony, taxes or military service. Yes, someone manages to deceive the state, but by no means all attempts are successful, and, as a rule, sooner or later they “backfire” on a person. But this is not to be feared if you live without breaking the law (which is actually not that difficult).
But in some cases, a passport is a pass ticket: to various organizations, educational institutions, banks, hospitals. Even being abroad, you can be sure that you are protected by the state, whose passport you carry in your pocket. Therefore, try not to lose this book with the coat of arms on the cover.