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I am Proud Being A Filipino
I Am Proud To Be A Filipino!
Elementary school kids knew what China was and maybe what it could mean. So when they looked at me and asked if I was - despite the initial annoyance that came from everyone assuming that my black hair and my eyes immediately made me Chinese - I wouldn't correct them. I don't know. Maybe on some level that's what I wanted. I wanted to feel like I could connect with a culture that was at the very least knowable and familiar to the rest of the world. Growing up, I felt like I was the only kid who couldn't relate to what we learned in any of my history classes. We learned about the how the influence of China and India were spread around the mainland.
They also are gentle, friendly, and cheerful people, noted for their courtesyand hospitality. Filipinos are famous not only for their warm hospitality, but also for their close family ties. The parents work hard and sacrifice much for their children; in return, the children love and respect them and take good care of them in their old age. Filipinos owing to their beautiful country, are passionately romantic. They are ardent in love as they are fierce in battle.
These are four distinct characteristics that cannot be found in other races. This brings to the idiot smiles instead of tears, compassion instead of apathetic indifference, intelligence instead of being a nincompoop.
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By now, the Christmas lights are strung, the last few projects at work are being wrapped up, and the last minute gifts are being bought. As we turn another corner, have you taken stock of the year that was? Would you consider the last twelve months a rousing success or a crazy rollercoaster? Did you come out a better person? Filipinos are a people familiar with storms and unafraid of catastrophe. Blame it on the average of 20 typhoons that we weather every year, or count on the OFW spirit that can survive or even surmount unfamiliar environments, but we are not the type to shy away from difficulty.
These past months we have witnessed a series of negative events that rocked our country. It was news not only here but abroad as well. But Typhoon Yolanda came probably to remind us not to lose hope and to show the world that we Filipinos are a great, loving and strong people. Seeing every Filipino ready to help each other is inspiring and enough to feel proud to be a Filipino. Beyond resilience, adaptability and having courage to face very difficult times, us Filipinos have shown that we are also most compassionate, selflessly eager and always ready to help anybody in need. This makes me proud to be Filipino.
All the Filipinos that I met through this blog take pride in being called a Filipino. Lets declare that we are all proud to be a Filipino! You can steal and hot link the Philippine Flags below I have enough bandwidth to take it. I also encourage you to design your own Philippine Flag and give me a small banner version and I will include it in this list. My decision to move to Manila was not a precipitous one. I arrived here on August 21, , several hours after Ninoy Aquino was shot, and remained here until June of During that year I visited many parts of the country, from as far north as Laoag to as far south as Zamboanga, and including Palawan.