• To the Filipino Youth
    things in our minds, including the sense of being inferior to them, the greater ability of the foreigners to run a high government, and the fact that they are much smarter than the natives. With the theme, “Grow, O Timid Flower”, Rizal is encouraging the fair hope of the fatherland, which is the youth...
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  • Advancement in Technology: Good or Harm?
    (straight up). “are young only once, and if you work it right, once is enough.” Nowadays as far as we could remember, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, our National Hero quoted, “The youth is the hope of the Fatherland.” Come to think of it, could the youth become the pioneer generation to resolve the problems...
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  • The Youth Needs Guidance from the Youth of the Past
    THE YOUTH NEEDS GUIDES FROM THE YOUTH OF THE PAST This maybe tagged as another “The Tyranny of False Values” concept from another rebellious youth from the outskirts of the world where the youth is misunderstood. Yes, this may seem like it, but this was true and continues to be true until our...
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  • Rizal's Poem
    A La Juventud Filipina Englisg translation “To the Filipino youth” Hold high the brow serene, O youth, where now you stand; Let the bright sheen Of your grace be seen, Fair hope of my fatherland! Come now, thou genius grand, And bring down inspiration; With thy mighty hand, Swifter...
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  • Period of Activism
    from the times of Lapu-lapu, Lakandula, and Rizal. "The youth is the hope of the Fatherland" - Rizal A. Seeds of Activism E. Palanca Awardees for Literature in English F. Writers During this Period D. Writing During the Period of Activism The following is an example of the writings that prevailed...
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  • On "The Philippines a Century Hence" - Dr. Jose Rizal
    perhaps strife to enter freely upon the wide road of progress, and all will labor together to strengthen their fatherland, both internally and externally, with the same enthusiasm, with which a youth falls again to tilling the land of his ancestors who long wasted and abandoned through the neglect of...
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  • They Ask Me for Verses
    Filipino Youth who are the protagonists, whose "prodigious genius" making use of that education to build the future, was the "Bella esperanza de la Patria Mia!" (beautiful hope of the motherland). Spain, with "Pious and wise hand" offered a "crown's resplendent band, offers to the sons of this Indian land...
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  • to the filipino youth
    To the Philippine Youth by Jose Rizal   Hold high the brow serene, O youth, where now you stand; Let the bright sheen Of your grace be seen, Fair hope of my fatherland! Come now, thou genius grand, And bring down inspiration; With thy mighty hand,  Swifter than the wind's violation...
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  • To the Filipino Youth Analysis
    Marvin L. Agsalda BS Accountancy 1-2 Isabela State University RIZAL’S FILIPINO YOUTH IN THE NATION “Filipino youth, the fair hope of the fatherland”, that was the concept of the award-winning literary poem written on 1879 by Dr. Jose Rizal entitled “To the Filipino Youth”. The piece...
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  • Youth: Leaders of Tomorrow, Partners of Today
    Joe E. Lewis said: “You are young only once, and if you work it right, once is enough.” This quoted statement from Mr. Lewis is indeed an inspiring one for the youth nowadays. As far as we could remember, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, our National Hero quoted, “The youth is the hope of the Fatherland...
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  • my last farewell
    Though the gloom of night, to herald the day; And if color is lacking my blood thy shalt take, Pour’d out at need for they dear sake, To dye with its crimson the waking ray. My dreams, when life first opened to me, My dreams when the hopes of youth beat high, Were to see thy lov’d face...
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  • Rizal
    bright sheen Of your grace be seen, Fair hope of my fatherland! Come now, thou genius grand, And bring down the inspiration; With thy mighty hand, Swifter than eager mind to higher station. Come down with pleasing light OF art and sciences to the flight, O youth, and there untie The...
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  • As a National Discipline Awardee, What Can I Do to Make This Country a Better Place to Live in?
    a long way as long as we will work hand in hand. I believe that the combined effort of each individual can help change our present condition. "The youth is the hope of Fatherland." We will suffer if we still don't move. So what are we waiting for? Let us initiate the advocacy, and together, let us make our country a better place to live in....
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  • The Vice-President, the Product Manager and the Misunderstanding
    , Through the gloom of night, to herald the day; And if color is lacking my blood thou shalt take, Pour'd out at need for thy dear sake To dye with its crimson the waking ray.My dreams, when life first opened to me, My dreams, when the hopes of youth beat high, Were to see thy lov'd face...
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  • My Planet and I
    are the hope of the fatherland by taking in the challenges mankind is facing. What are these challenges? These challenges that confront us today are concerns the present plight of our environment. In this industrialized and fast-modernizing world, each consumer throws out one and a half kilo of...
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  • Jose Rizal's Poem and Writings
    Why did Rizal write the following poems and essays? * To the Philippine Youth. He wrote this to emphasize that the youth is the hope of our nation and that they should be educated to help in the progress of the country. He also included that Filipino should love their own mother tongue...
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  • Memories of My Town by Jose Rizal
    be seen, Fair hope of my fatherland! Come now, thou genius grand, And bring down inspiration; With thy mighty hand, Swifter than the wind's violation, Raise the eager mind to higher station. Come down with pleasing light Of art and science to the fight, O youth, and there untie The chains...
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  • “TO THE FILIPINO YOUTH” (A La Juventud Filipina) BY: DR. JOSE P. RIZAL
    the Philippine-born Spaniards) separate from the mother country while acknowledging Spain's contribution to that identity. Unfold, oh timid flower! Lift up your radiant brow, This day, Youth of my native strand! Your abounding talents show Resplendently and grand, Fair hope of my Motherland...
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  • Period of Activism
    powerful forces in the Philippines can be said to be the monopoly of the youth in whose veins flow the fire in their blood. What Rizal said of the youth being the hope of the Fatherland  is still valid even today. B. PERIOD OF THE BLOODY PLACARDS Pineda also said that this was the time when the...
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  • the filipino youth
    the Philippine-born Spaniards) separate from the mother country while acknowledging Spain's contribution to that identity. Unfold, oh timid flower! Lift up your radiant brow, This day, Youth of my native strand! Your abounding talents show Resplendently and grand, Fair hope of my Motherland...
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