Lessons from Rizal's Life Not really Lost on the Filipino Junior
Lessons coming from Rizal's life not shed on the Philippine youth
By Desiree Caluza
Inquirer Northern Luzon
First Submitted 02: forty two: 00 12/30/2010
Filed Beneath: Jose Rizal, Youth, Philippines - Locations, Advice BAGUIO CITY, Philippines—If there is one thing that Dr . Jose Rizal, the national hero, acquired contributed to the consciousness from the Filipino children, his love in fighting social problems in the country would stand out. High-school and scholars who gathered in this city recently to get a leadership training agreed that Rizal's lifestyle would guideline young Filipinos in improving their society. " So what do high-school and college students bear in mind from ‘Noli Me Tangere' and ‘El Filibusterismo? ' The crazed Sisa? Or perhaps the tragic appreciate story of Maria Albumina and Crisostomo Ibarra? Far more important than these trivialities, though, may be the ‘social cancer' that Jose Rizal wished to expose in his writings, ” said Marvin Boñaga, twenty-one, a medical student whom joined a great oratorical tournament during the 48th National Children Leadership Company Conference (NRYLI) at Teachers' Camp below. " The other day, the perpetrators were the robbers in robes, harassing ‘guardia civil' and dodgy town representatives. Today, the cancer has moved and is provided by deceitful government officials and people who are too indifferent to care about the [affairs of the] express, ” he said. Further than textbooks
Boñaga challenged the 400 members in the twelve-monthly leadership seminar to go further than their textbooks and follow Rizal's cause stand up against wrongdoing. One other conference player, Ynnab-Raine Manginsay, 20, said knowing Rizal through class discussions and studying his life had not been enough. " Rizal is definitely a very good part model and inspiration. We are encouraged to be the new Rizals to create alter by being great leaders in our community. For us, corruption remains the main issue in the country. We should [stop] that, ” stated Manginsay, students of Universidad de Sta. Isabel in Naga Town. Organized by the Order...