Ano ano ang tradisyon sad ang tambuli ni ilig?


  • Réponse publiée par: abyzwlye


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  • Réponse publiée par: Axelamat

    marunong makisama, marunong umunawa, marunong tumolong , at higit sa lahat may respeto

  • Réponse publiée par: calmaaprilgrace


    like to think that I am a Filipino, that I am as good a Filipino as anyone. Myheart thrills when I hear the National anthem being played. And my blood riseswhen I see our flag fluttering in the breeze. And yet I find myself asking, howFilipino am I, really?My first name is American. My last name Is Chinese. When I am with mygirlfriends or more correctly, when I am with my friends who happen to be girls,I talk to them in English. If they are thirsty, I buy them a bottle of Americancoke. If they are hungry, I treat them, to an Italian pizza pie. And when I havethe money, I give them a real Chinese lauriat.Considering all these, considering my taste, for many things foreign, what rightdo I have to call myself a Filipino? Should I not call myself a cultural orphan? Theillegitimate child of many cultures and many races?Distinguished members of the board of judges, ladies and gentlemen, and fellowbastards,Rightly or wrongly, whether we like it or not, we are the end products of ourhistory. Fortunately or unfortunately, our history is a co-mingling, of polyglotinfluences: Malayan and Chinese, Spanish and British, American and Japanese.This is historic fact we cannot ignore, a cultural reality we cannot escape from.To believe otherwise is to indulge in fantasy. Ladies and gentlemen, I mustconfess, I am an extremely confused and bewildered young man. Wherever Iam, whatever I may be doing, I am bombarded on all sides by people who wantme to search for my national identity. They tell me the language I speak shouldbe replaced by Filipino; they urge me to do away with things foreign, to act andthink, and buy Filipino.Even in art, I am getting bothered and bewildered. The writer should use Filipinoas his medium, the nationalists cry. The painter should use his genius inportraying themes purely Filipino, they demand. The composer should exploitendless possibilities of the haunting kundiman, they insist. All these soundwonderful. But Rizal used Spanish when he wrote the Noli and the Fili. Was heless of a nationalist because of it? Must the artist to be truly Filipino paint withthe juice of the duhat? And must he draw picture of topless Muslim women or of Igorot warriors in G-String? And if the composer deserts the kundiman and he writes a song faithful to thespirit of the youths of today, does he become unfilipino?

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