Jose rizal as our national hero showed unselfish love for his country by laying his own life in martyrdom and awakening people's patriotic fervor so that philippines would be freed from the spanish tyranny. For me, there's no doubt that jose rizal was an intellectual person because records and works that he left behind would say so he was professionally a doctor, and he as well was a poet, novelist, painter, sculptor, was excellent in chess and sports (ironically), and a polyglot. Documentary by edward pedraja for national history day fair this year's topic: leadership and legacy.
Legaspi's grandson, salcedo, called the hernando cortez of the philippines, was the conqueror's intelligent right arm and the hero of the conquest his honesty and fine qualities, talent and personal bravery, all won the admiration of the filipinos. Jose rizal was considered as the most intellectual activist of his time, he had mastered several languages and different fields of sciences he was a sort of reformist who believes that wisdom is the key to achieve freedom for the country. Rizal: life and philosophies introduction jose rizal was a man of incredible intellectual power, with amazing artistic talent as well he excelled at anything that he put his mind to - medicine, poetry, sketching, architecture, sociology the list seems nearly endless.
To many filipinos, dr jose rizal's life had been an open book, but his works and sacrifices seems not to achieve independence for his country and countrymen but still admired and remembered up to this day. Today, dr rizal is an integral part of the town's identity, with markers, philippine flags, and street names serving as tangible links to its storied past every year, the town and its leadership celebrate the life and deeds of the great man who was once a member of their community. The greatest leader jesus was the greatest leader who ever walked the earth this is evident by the principles he taught as well as the number of followers that propegated since his day.
1 at age two, jose rizal could already write and read he wrote his first poem at the age of 8 entitled 'sa aking mga kababata' (to my fellow youth) 2 just like other filipinos who are eagerly trying their luck to win the lottery, rizal also joined such type of gambling where he won. Because we exist to perpetuate dr jose rizal's truths and ideals beyond his death, for the benefit of the filipino people in particular and of humanity in general, we bear in mind our motto every time we take action to promote and bring about our purposes. According to some notes of rizal's brother paciano the birth certificate of jose bears the name realonda because there was a time when many filipinos had the custom of adding the name of the godmother of godfather to the child's name.
Our national hero dr jose p rizal is a perfect example of a courageous one he fought for us to gain freedom from the colonizers he overcame the enemies of our country through his writings. The institute was formed in 1961 marking the centennial celebration of the nation's foremost hero, dr jose p rizal, and the golden jubilee of the ymca of the philippines pilot institute first regular institute in 1963, the first regular institute was held in dapitan where rizal lived while in exile. Rizal's relevance today as underlined in the previous section of this paper, the greatness of the first filipino - jose rizal, is embedded in his intellectual superiority and strong moral character which became the very tool he used to institute and inspire revolutionaries all over the philippines. The story of the philippines' national hero, dr josé rizal, and his family, is representative of the courageous spirit and moral intellect, the sublime quality of leadership, that makes possible the emergence of an independent nation from colonialized, disunited, or economically looted territories. About us trail is an educational initiative from leaders of business, civil society and government intended to offer executive training programs and technical support for change agents and innovative leaders, wishing to continue rizal's work for structural reforms which he started in dapitan.
The indolecence of filipino was an essay written by dr jose rizal when he's in paris published in la solidaridad in 5 instalments, july 15 to september 15, 1890 this is to explain the alleged idleness of his people during the spanish colonization. Rizal was a very intellectual, nationalistic, brave, idealistic, patriotic son of my country i tried to be like him by learning many languages and becoming a doctor i didn't become a doctor but i was able to learn 5 languages and understand 3 more. Rizal's political program, as expressed in the newspaper, included integration of the philippines as a province of spain, representation in the cortes (the spanish parliament), the replacement of the spanish friars by the filipino priests, freedom of assembly and expression, and equality of filipinos and spaniards before the law.
Dr josé rizal's annotation of antonio morga's historical events of the philippines1609 in 1889-1890, dr josé rizal spent several months in london first, to do his historical research on pre-colonial philippines and second, to improve his english language skills. To the young women of malolos jose rizal's legacy to filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, to the young women of malolos, where he addresses all kinds of women - mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep in mind. The order of the knights of rizal was first organized out of a group of nine men by manila police chief colonel antonio torres on rizal day, december 30, 1911 to commemorate martyrdom of philippine national hero, dr josé rizal. They range in age from 18 to their 50's, with the majority being family men in their 20's, 30's, and 40's most found us on the internet, walked in the door and started asking questions many have no masonic affiliation in their past, some have a family member or friend.