Youth Is The Hope Of The Fatherland Essays and Term Papers

  • To the Filipino Youth

    The motto of Rizal’s “To The Filipino Youth” is in complete conformity with the central idea of the composition. At that time, our social and educational lives are controlled by the superiority of the Spaniards over the Filipinos. We cannot ignore the fact that the Spaniards instilled a lot of things...

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  • Advancement in Technology: Good or Harm?

    however, it is also a challenge for youth. Many people, especially youths, now have more beneficial and luxurious life. Youth now gets more relaxing and lazy. As time goes on, it will be huge challenges for youth today. Health problem is one of the many challenges for youths today. We are witnessing a phenomenal...

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  • They Ask Me for Verses

    language will definitely srtive for liberty like the bird which soars to freer space above. Indeed, he is a great hero! was dedicated to the Filipino Youth. Interpretation of “My first inspiration” The word "inspiration" has two levels of meaning: the conventional one we use every day and the root...

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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 times...

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  • On "The Philippines a Century Hence" - Dr. Jose Rizal

    However, America did this through cunning and not through direct military conflict, and to hell with traditions! Americans had been hypocrites... And i hope they will no longer be. This statement was once true. "Very likely the Philippines will defend with inexpressible valor the liberty secured at the...

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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 than...

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  • To the Filipino Youth Analysis

    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 made a great impact to the Spaniards as it...

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  • Period of Activism

    (1970-1972) Period of Activism Historical Background Ponciano Pineda -youth activism in 1970-72 was due to domestic and worldwide causes. Because of the ills of society, the youth moved to seek reforms. BELIEFS DURING THE PERIOD OF ACTIVISM * the democratic government is stable and that it is...

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  • Students as Catalysts Of Peace

    Rizal, “Youth is the hope of the fatherland.” It is indeed a privilege for every Filipino youth to show patriotism and responsibility in raising the country through bringing back peace. Peaceful resolution of conflicts is more likely the choice of an ideal youth. But how can we encourage the youth? Simply...

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  • Natinal Discipline Awardee

    also participate in outreach activities to help the needy and poor. I will also encourage the youth to help make a difference, as the saying goes, “The youth is the hope of our fatherland”, we are the hope of this country. Our country is in great jeopardy, and our country needs us right now. And it’s...

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  • Youth: Leaders of Tomorrow, Partners of Today

    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.” Come to think of it, could the youth become the pioneer generation to resolve the problems of our nation...

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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, Raise...

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  • Rizal

    mother, they celebrate You natal day The rose with her scent innate, The bird with his lay MY LAST FAREWELL (Mi Ultimo Adios) Farewell, dear Fatherland, clime the sun caress’d, Peal of the orient seas, our Eden lost! Gladly now I go to give thee this faded life’s best, And were it brighter, fresher...

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  • The Vice-President, the Product Manager and the Misunderstanding

      | My Last Farewell by Jose Rizal |   | Farewell, dear Fatherland, clime of the sun caress'd Pearl of the Orient seas, our Eden lost!, Gladly now I go to give thee this faded life's best, And were it brighter, fresher, or more blest Still would I give it thee, nor count the cost.On the field of...

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  • Period of Activism

    Activism (1970-1972)Historical Background According to Pociano Pineda, youth activism in 1970-72 wasdue to domestic and worldwide causes. Activism is connected with the history ofour Filipino youth. Because of the ills of society, the youth moved to seek reforms. Some continued to believe that the democratic...

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  • my last farewell

    My Last Farewell (Mi Ultimo Adios) Farewell, dear fatherland, clime the sun caress’d, Peal of the Orient seas, our Eden lost! Gladly now I go to give thee this faded life’s best, And were it brighter, fresher, or more blest, Still would I give three, not count the cost. On the field of battle...

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  • As a National Discipline Awardee, What Can I Do to Make This Country a Better Place to Live in?

    nominee for the National Discipline Award. It has always been my desire to be a productive citizen of our country, and to be role model to my fellow youth. I am accepting the challenges brought by this great privilege. It encourages me to instill in the young minds the importance of discipline, and to...

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  • “TO THE FILIPINO YOUTH” (A La Juventud Filipina) BY: DR. JOSE P. RIZAL

    Michelle M. Villamor BSAE-5E “TO THE FILIPINO YOUTH” (A La Juventud Filipina) BY: DR. JOSE p. RIZAL In 1879, Rizal wrote that poem at the age of 18 in a literary contest, whom he won first prize. He also talks about a Filipino identity (before Rizal or even back in his days, only refers to the...

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  • My Planet and I

    team. What we need is a conjoined effort among all sectors particularly the youth – us! Yes! We can do much! Biblical Paul advised Timothy: “Be not ashamed or afraid of your youth. Prove that you are the hope of the fatherland by taking in the challenges mankind is facing. What are these challenges? These...

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  • the filipino youth

    Michelle M. Villamor BSAE-5E “TO THE FILIPINO YOUTH” (A La Juventud Filipina) BY: DR. JOSE p. RIZAL In 1879, Rizal wrote that poem at the age of 18 in a literary contest, whom he won first prize. He also talks about a Filipino identity (before Rizal or even back in his days, only refers to the...

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