I enjoy spending my free time in the great outdoors with my girlfriend and my two young daughters. Playing Ultimate Frisbee and SloPitch are a few of my favorite ways to stay active and social. Working in Education, by supporting the development of our next generation, drives a passion in me!
Sends you luck and happiness. While I was examining its every line, I was entirely amazed on the three aspects that composed it: These aspects, I must say, were the principal strengths of the poem; and the reasons why my attention was heavily caught through it.
When I was trying to read it aloud, I felt like its rhythm sounded excellent and with drama. That thing made me feel more eager to continue reading it. The meter of the poem then followed a certain rule which I totally love for it showed the utmost effort of the author. Moreover, the figures of speech such as personification, alliteration and metaphor were somewhat perfectly laid down, making the poem more emotional, appealing, deep and colorful.
On the other hand, the rhyming of the words also astonished me; the symbolisms then that were used such as the deities Phoebus and Apelles as symbols of their respective realms, were superb for it made the poem have a blending of Western and Eastern cultures.
As one of those individuals, I could really feel the nationalistic spirit within me glow brighter the moment I finished reading the poem. It was like telling me that I am one of the existing hopes of our dear country and that through my abilities, expertise and knowledge of things, I am capable of protecting its freedom against oppressive forces that may come through.
Furthermore, it was like telling me that together with my fellow youths, I am responsible for preserving the Philippines as a nation not for the foreigners but for me and the rest of the Filipinos. The fact that it came out during the Spanish era was also another thing that made me think that way.
Conceiving a work that possesses an anti-Spain theme at that time would be a great threat to the life of the author. But despite that, Dr. Jose Rizal fearlessly created it, sticking to his nationalistic ideology no matter how dangerous the outcome would be to him.
With that, I can say that he truly had the sincerity of delivering the message to the young Filipino people; and that this sincerity our national hero possessed can be vividly sensed in the poem even at a glance.
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Use headers to separate sections, and be sure to include all the key ones: summary, skills, experience, and education. To my fellow youth by Rizal is a poem that was written to the youthin Philippines. This poem was a form of motivation for the youth touse their talents. I have opposed involuntary treatment for my entire career and first began criticizing it in the medical literature in As Thomas Szasz originally taught, involuntary psychiatric treatment is unconstitutional and an assault on basic human rights.
I am also against it on scientific grounds, because after hundreds of years, this violation of human rights has generated no scientific studies. Home» “To the Filipino Youth” (Literature Review) “To the Filipino Youth” (Literature Review) By CollegeTimes Furthermore, it was like telling me that together with my fellow youths, I am responsible for preserving the Philippines as a nation not for the foreigners but for me and the rest of the Filipinos.
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