Nobody can say she's not a good mom.

Angelina Jolie sat down for an interview with former Secretary of State John Kerry for the newest issue of Elle, and discussed the wisdom she's trying to pass on to her children, as well as her love for America and its freedoms.

“I tell my daughters, ‘What sets you apart is what you are willing to do for others. Anyone can put on a dress and makeup. It’s your mind that will define you.' Find out who you are, what you think, and what you stand for. And fight for others to have those same freedoms. A life of service is worth living," she explained.

The Oscar winner is well aware that those "freedoms" are a direct result of living in the U.S., and that her kids might have had a very different life had they not been adopted.

"I’m very patriotic. For me, it goes hand in hand with being proud of what America stands for. For instance, I’m the only person in my house who was born in America. It’s only because we are a country based on people of different backgrounds and faiths coming together that I can have this family. My daughters have the freedoms they have because of being American. And we are at our best when we are fighting for others to have the same rights. Particularly other women," she revealed.

"I think of how hard women fought to get us to where we are today. Everything counts, from the way you hold yourself in your daily life and educate yourself on your own rights, to solidarity with other women around the world," she added.

We feel like it's only a matter of time before she runs for office.