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So education with a wise, guiding hand, A benefactress, exalts the human band. It humbles barbarous nations And it makes of savages champions. And like the spring that nourishes The plants, the bushes of the meads, She goes on spilling her placid wealth, And with kind eagerness she constantly feeds, The river banks through which she slips, And to beautiful nature all she concedes, So whoever procures education wise Until the height of honor may rise.
From her lips the waters crystalline Gush forth without end, of divine virtue, And prudent doctrines of her faith The forces weak of evil subdue, That break apart like the whitish waves That lash upon the motionless shoreline: And to climb the heavenly ways the people Do learn with her noble example.
And like the golden sun of the morn Whose rays resplendent shedding gold, And like fair aurora of gold and red She overspreads her colors bold; Such true education proudly gives The pleasure of virtue to young and old And she enlightens out Motherland dear As she offers endless glow and luster.
Our national hero, despite his young age, had expressed high regards for education. Education gives knowledge, knowledge gives wisdom. Great wisdom benefits everyone.
His high regards for education was evident in his determination to seek the best education possible even across the shores of his country. The Captivity and the Triumph: The Count of Cabra soon arrives In his strong arm he displays his saber, Like Death that lugubriously unfolds Her black wings of death and slaughter.
Toward the troops of an impious race Like a lion he dashes eagerly ; As the radiant sun to the new-born day With him goes Don Diego anxiously. But not so the ferocious cavalry, As shield its breast it exposes, With gallantry it awaits the fight To attack with utter harshness. With wrath and savage fury: His anguish on his face he shows With grit to the fleeing men speaks he: From whom do thee flee?
With whom, hapless men, The stout heart to fight refuses? Them on one flank furious battle. He wounds, beheads, devastates, and assaults As a wolf does, the timid cattle.
The Muslim, stubborn and cruel Implores his Prophet vainly While against the Christians noble and strong, The spear and the rein tightens he.
Amidst the fiery tumult of war There did the commander brave die: His soldiers now terrified and tired Flee before the Christian victors ; Just as away the timorous dear Run as the lion brave roars.
Two unconquered Christians found him ; And by royal symbols detected, Instantly to Don Diego him they took Like a royal captive defeated. In this poem, he described the defeat and capture of Boabdil, last Moorish sultan of Granada.Jose Rizal wrote some very poignant pieces.
He was a major advocate for reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish colonial era. The works of Jose Rizal were quite frequently charged by religion, history, philosophy and theory; therefore, if you are interested in those. Rizal’s life work’s and writings Rizal’s sayings * All men are born equal, naked, without bonds.
God did not create man to be a slave; nor did he endow him with intelligence to have him hoodwinked, or adorn him with reason to have him deceived by others. The Diaries of José Rizal; Rizal's Letters is a compendium of Dr. Jose Rizal's letters to his family members, Representative Henry Cooper of Wisconsin rendered an English translation of Rizal's valedictory poem capped by the peroration, Maria Stella S.
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Poem Hunter all poems of by Jose Rizal poems. 26 poems of Jose Rizal. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Poems by Jose Rizal. Josè Rizal’s full name was Josè Protacio Rizal Mercado Y Alonso Realonda.
He was born in Calamba, Philippines on June 19, and died December 30, in Manila, Philippines.
He was the seventh o. Jul 21, · The content of Rizal's writings changed considerably in his Rizal's Letters is a compendium of Dr. Jose Rizal's letters to his family into law until and did not recognize Philippine Independence until the Treaty of Manila in —fifty years after Rizal's tranceformingnlp.com same poem which has inspired independence activists.