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THE VALUES OF BEING MAKATAO, MAKADIYOS, MAKAKALIKASAN, AND M

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Kurt Michael Cervantes

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Transcript of THE VALUES OF BEING MAKATAO, MAKADIYOS, MAKAKALIKASAN, AND M

THE VALUES OF BEING MAKATAO, MAKADIYOS, MAKAKALIKASAN, AND MAKABAYAN
Faith and Spirituality (Being Maka Diyos)
Respect
Order
Integrity
Concern for family and Future generation
Shared Being
Responsibility and commitment
Safety, Security and comfort
commitment to follow standards
respect of people's culture
community spirit
compassion
unity
vigilance
Love of Counrty
unity in diversity
equality/ justice
respect for law and goverment
Patriotism (kabayanihan)
Promotion of common good
Concern For and Love of Environment
L- Green the land
A- Clean the air
W- Freshen the water
The promotion of the Filipino values is embodied in the Preamble of the 1987 constitution. First the value of being maka-diyos which is articulated in the faith in the almighty.
second, the value of being maka-tao which focuses on truth, justice, freedom, love, equality and peace.
third, the value of being maka-bayan which includes respect for law, the government of the republic of the Philippines and its instrumentalities, patriotism, promotion of the common good and building a just and humane society and Lastly. the value of being makakalikasan which involves the conservation and development of our patrimony.
Being MakaDiyos
Filipinos are very spiritual. We are transcendent. We transcend the physical world, see the unseen and hear the unheard. We have a deep sense of kaba(premonition) and kutob(hunch). A Filipino wife will instinctively feel her husband or child is going astray, whether telltale signs present themselves.
God becomes our refuge when we experience problems. We draw our strengths from our faith. "Bahala na ang Diyos" is the ultimate expression of our faith in the supreme Being.
Our spiritually makes us invoke divine presence or intervention at nearly every bend of his journey. Rightly or Wrongly, We are almost always acknowledging, invoking or driving away spirits into and from their loves. Seemingly trivial or even incoherent events can take on spiritual significance and will be given such space or consideration.
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