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God Said, "I Made a Man"

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Transcript of God Said, "I Made a Man"

SHARING INSIGHTS
JOSE GARCIA VILLA
God Said, "I Made a Man"
What did God and man do in the separate stories of creation?

What happened to the original story of creation? In what way people turned against their creator?
JOSE GARCIA VILLA
Pseudonym
Doveglion
ACHIEVEMENTS
- 1930, he won the Philippine Free Press Literary contest for his short story, MIR-I-NISA
ACHIEVEMENTS
Have Come, Am Here
-first collection of poetry
-published in 1942 in the United States
ACHIEVEMENTS
-American Academy of Arts and Letters Poetry Award
-Shelly Memorial Award
Republic Cultural Heritage Award for Poetry and Short Story

June 12, 1973
-National Artist in Literature
God, said, “I made a man
Out of clay-----
But so bright he, he spun
Himself to brightest Day
------
Till he was all shining gold
And oh,
He was handsome to behold!
But in his hands held he a bow
------
Aimed at me who created
Him. And I said
“Wouldst murder me
Who am thy Fountained!”
------

MEMORY LANE
UNLOCK THE MEANING OF WORDS
Fountainhead

Regal
What is probably meant by man spinning himself to "brightest day" and "becoming all shining gold"?
What does the handsome creature do to God?
How does God admire the creature He has made?
What is probably meant by man's answer:

I will not murder thee,
I do but measure thee.
What image of the universal man is created through the action of "aiming the bow" at God? Give reasons to your answers.
How does universal man spin himself to "brightest day" and become "all shining gold"?
How do people today try to "measure" God?
What is your opinion of people who "aim bows" at God or try to "measure" God?
Think of an incident/situation in your life when you tried to "measure" God?
Show and explain your answer by drawing it on a short bond paper. Be creative!
Then spoke he the man of gold:
I will not
Murder thee! I do but
Measure thee. Hold
------
Thy peace. And this I did
But I was curious
Of this so regal head
Give thy name! ‘Sir! Genius”
GOD SAID, “I MADE A MAN”
By Jose Garcia Villa
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