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What is the most significant lesson that you have learned in life and works of Rizal?

What is the most significant lesson that you have learned in life and works of Rizal?

Keep personal life away from work While we do not live in such tumultuous times as Rizal’s, it is important to keep distractions away from every workday. Rizal was so focused on the work that he did not allow loved ones or even his own preferences or emotions come in the way.

Why is there a need to study the life works and writings of Rizal According to the late Senator Jose P Laurel?

Laurel? -According to the late Senator Jose P. Laurel, who sponsored the said law, since Rizal was the founder of Filipino nationality and the architect of the Filipino nation, there is a need to know and imbibe the great ideals and principles for which he died.

Why is it important to study Jose Rizal?

The teaching of Jose Rizal’s life, works, and writings is mandated by Republic Act 1425, otherwise known as the Rizal Law. Senator Jose P. Laurel, the person who sponsored the said law, said that since Rizal was the founder of Philippine nationalism and has contributed much to the current standing of this nation.

What did Rizal have to do with sectarian movements?

Rizal ultimately paid with his own life the unfair tactics of factions who accused him falsely of belonging to sectarian movements. Another awesome study in leadership, Rizal represents every man and woman who has ever lost their own lives to the consequences of the very cause that they tried to go against.

Are there any professors alive to teach Rizal?

It is a MUST that the one handles the subject knows more and those Professors who are alive to teach Rizal… majority of the Professors handled Rizal subject were boring and that the students were less interested to listen… ReplyDelete Replies AnonymousFebruary 7, 2013 at 9:18 PM

Why did Rizal want to become a poet?

He decided to improve on his personal studies to acquire knowledge that he would later on pass to his people through novels and poems.