what are virtues of rizal?

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Answered: Indian virtues

Your response hs enlightened me and it is the cardinal principle depicting the open truth. But the moot question is why so many christian missionaries are induldging in mass conversion taking the benfit of the mass hunger, lack of education and innocence of those habitat and turning them as anti ...

Answered: What does it mean if an individual is called a "Paragon of Virtue"?

possibly the most annoying person you could know.Someone who has a complete moral compass, never sets a foot wrong and isn't afraid to let everyone benefit from their perfection

Answered: What are the 22 languages of jose rizal?

Cataln, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Malay, Sanskrit, Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, Cebauno, Arabic, Italian, Russian, ILokano, Sabanun, Swedish and Bisayan

Answered: What is the greatest virtue?

The greatest virtue in life is to follow path of good karma... positive karma all the time! Thinking welfare of all... betterment of community all the time... human beings finally scaled higher brackets of spiritual life that directly led to God Almighty! Positive thinking... positive karma created ...

Answered: Is Patience a Virtue ?

We have unfortunately have become a quick fix society. If you are over weight, take a pill, if you are struggling with painful emotional issues, take a pill. If you want something right now, just get on the internet. We barely even communicate using our human voice, it's all emails and text ...
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Patience is virtue. Has anyone ever lost anything ...

One day when my kids were little they and the neighborhood kids were all playing at my house. They were driving me nuts. I was almost going to snap at them and send them home. I took a deep breath and decided to be a bit more patient. I sat down on the step with a little girl named Ashley. Little ...

He who is noble, kind in thought and action need not a weapon though by

Death is inevitable: we must all face it by one means or another, yet we will survive all close brushes with death until it is our appointed time to face it. Hence we see why people die unexpectedly at home who were seemingly healthy and why others become helpless comatose vegetables in the care of ...

To abolish the rizal law subject in all universities of the

For those who don't know, the Rizal law is a law that requires all schools, public and private, along with colleges and universities in the Phillipines to make it mandatory for all students to study the works and writings of Jose Rizal, particularly his novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo ...