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Lessons/Insights which we could learn from Jose Rizal's Life
Transcript of Lessons/Insights which we could learn from Jose Rizal's Life
Identify and elaborate significant personalities/entities (groups,organizations,etc.) who had transformed the principles and philosophies of Jose Rizal. How did it affect his life and shape his reactions and responses to his zeitgeist?
Identify and elaborate instances wherein Jose Rizal was able to manifest self-development and self-improvement. How did it help him in his works and writings?
Identify and elaborate significant works (endeavors) and writings of Jose Rizal during his particular moment of his life. What could have motivated/prompted him to do these? How did these affect Rizal and the society?
Identify and elaborate instances wherein Jose Rizal was able to attain the fullest of his human potential. What could possibly have motivated him to engage in these even if he could have chosen to live a relatively peaceful and prosperous life?
Identify and elaborate significant events and instances which had transformed the principles and philosophies of Jose Rizal. How did it affect his life and shape his reactions and responses to his zeitgeist?
When he was still a child, Jose's mother told the story about the baby moth and the mother moth.
When he experienced how cruel the Spanish government was to the Filipinos.
When his older brother Paciano witnessed the execution of GOMBURZA friars and he told Jose about that.
When he traveled abroad.
To my Fellow Youth
Touch me Not
The Reign of Greed
My Last Farewell
Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso
Fr. Francisco Paula de Sanchez
La Liga Filipina
When he was a grown up kid, his father had one thousand books in their shelf and he let Jose read various novels that totally fits his childhood and his mother taught him how to read and write alphabet. When he was eight years old, he wrote his first and famous poem “Sa Aking Mga Kabata”. It clearly depicts that in his early age, he can understand the things surrounded him and by that he was able to show his great potential of being a writer.
He was able to show his self-development when he excelled in his academic performance in the Philippines and when he studied abroad.
He took medicine (ophthalmology) in UST in order to operate his mother's eye.
He wrote poems and novels that later change the Philippines' society.