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three virtues of rizal which worth best emulating
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Congress has the right and power to Coin money, declare war, to raise and support armies, lay and collect taxes, borrow money, impeach a president, and many other things.
1)Hereditary 2)Environmental 3)Aid of Devine Providence
make agreements w/ foreign countries coin and print money declare war Make peace
the three types of virtue are character virtue, cognitive virtue and theological virtue. Hope that answers your question.
Because Jose Rizal is the national hero of the Philippines.
All the states that border Canada are; Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Atoms are composed of protons, neutrons and electrons.
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was born on April 26, A.D. 121. His real name was M. Annius Verus, and he was sprung of a noble family which claimed descent from Numa, se…cond King of Rome. Thus the most religious of emperors came of the blood of the most pious of early kings. His father, Annius Verus, had held high office in Rome, and his grandfather, of the same name, had been thrice Consul. Both his parents died young, but Marcus held them in loving remembrance. On his father's death Marcus was adopted by his grandfather, the consular Annius Verus, and there was deep love between these two. On the very first page of his book Marcus gratefully declares how of his grandfather he had learned to be gentle and meek, and to refrain from all anger and passion. The Emperor Hadrian divined the fine character of the lad, whom he used to call not Verus but Verissimus, more Truthful than his own name. He did leave a standard of virtues behind him.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Auctoritas: "Spiritual Authority" The sense of one's social standing, built up through experience, Pietas, and Industria.Comitas: "Humor" Ease of manner, courtesy, openness, and friendliness.Clementia: "Mercy" Mildness and gentleness.Dignitas: "Dignity" A sense of self-worth, personal pride.Firmitas: "Tenacity" Strength of mind, the ability to stick to one's purpose.Frugalitas: "Frugalness" Economy and simplicity of style, without being miserly.Gravitas: "Gravity" A sense of the importance of the matter at hand, responsibility and earnestness.Honestas: "Respectibility" The image that one presents as a respectable member of society. Humanitas: "Humanity" Refinement, civilization, learning, and being cultured. Industria: "Industriousness" Hard work. Pietas: "Dutifulness" More than religious piety; a respect for the natural order socially, politically, and religiously. Includes the ideas of patriotism and devotion to others.Prudentia: "Prudence" Foresight, wisdom, and personal discretion. Salubritas: "Wholesomeness" Health and cleanliness. Severitas: "Sternness" Gravity, self-control. Veritas: "Truthfulness" Honesty in dealing with others.
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enumerate the three major branches of subranches of science
Metrology, meteorology, medicine, physics, chemistry, astronomy, optics, radiophysics, acoustics, electronics, cryogenics, mathematics.
come on, this one is too easy. this quote is from before women's rights were even a concept. it means that you should let women share the same rights as men, because then they… will develop the same intelligence as men about the rights they have. men said they shouldn't have rights because they didn't know anything about rights, but this means give them rights and they will learn what they need to know.
Truth and Knowledge Refinement Love of one's country
enumerate at least virtues of rizal which are worth enulating
A leader, a hero, and a Filipino: Rizal, who has influenced me. In this life, there are moments where we ponder into the horizon. Thinking of a life, which we view as… acceptable for our own. To live a life, that is understood as "a life worth living." In these instances, a life of a leader, is displayed with trials, hardships, and successes. Their lives aren't that of people who lives their life to the fullest. They are people, who use their very existence for the service of others. They are the guiding light, that people look up to. They help us go through with our lives and make it easier for us. They give us the direction, in a turbulent life, when the tough gets tougher, and when hope is seemingly deprived of us. These are leaders, people who sacrifices themselves, to continuously help others, in achieving a common goal. The leader that I admire the most, is our national hero, Dr. José Rizal. Born Dr. José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda, is a martyr of the Philippine Revolution. He was the founder of the civic organization "La liga Filipina", which inspired the revolution of the katipunan, including heroes, Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo. He may not be a warrior in the times of Spanish colonization, but he showed his love for our country, in a non violent approach. He protested against the Spanish crown, in the pursuit of equality and peace. He inspired the people, to live up to themselves, and give them a sense of self-respect, thus, giving them hope for a brighter future. These attributes, are enough for me, to rate him as a leader, and more importantly a hero. Dr. José Rizal's remarkable characteristics or intelligences, amazes me, and inspires me to follow his footsteps, in helping him attain his dream, even in this century. Like Rizal, I wish to be an inspiration to others, in helping people, realize their dreams, by continuously making people believe in themselves. Rizal is very admirable with his linguistic skills, this also inspired me, to work more on my speech, writing, foreign language speaking, and translating. Rizal is a well-known phycist, and following his path, he has also played an important role in my life, in choosing the medical profession. Rizal, to me, is a person that I think, is worth emulating, for he has found it's way not only into the hearts of all Filipino's, but especially to the entire world. His insights of life, has influenced me greatly, in terms of how I view life. He is a person with tremendous dedication to his work. He is a treasure of the Philippine islands, and most of his works are revered until this very age. He is a clear representation of a true Filipino. Similar to our day and age, like Rizal, most Filipino's have bloodlines of foreign heritage. Dr. José Rizal, is a true representation, of not only a leader, but a hero. I am proud to have Dr. José Rizal, as a part of our great Philippine Heroes. As a person, Jose Rizal, will remain as an example, of what a Filipino is all about, and that is, being optimistic, hospitable, proud, and most importantly, God-fearing.