Since early childhood. Jose Rizal already loved books. His female parent. Dona Teodora Alonzo taught him how to read a stuff in Spanish linguistic communication and developed his head and artistic endowments by stating him fantastic and colorful narratives and verse forms. Furthermore. his Tio Gregorio. a book lover. intensified his reading of good books. The favorite interest of Rizal during his stay in Madrid was reading. Alternatively of chancing and chat uping with adult females as many immature Filipinos did in the Spanish city. he stayed place and read voraciously until midnight. I can associate Rizal’s love on books to my passion. Since my high school yearss. I was drawn to insightful books and magazines.
Unfortunately. this passion of mine was non developed early plenty because our school’s library back so is poorly-equipped. There are merely few books and most of them are outdated but I managed to derive penetrations from them. By the clip I went to the University of San Jose-Recoletos ( USJ-R ) in Cebu City to prosecute my college surveies. I was really much excited when I found out that the establishment has a really absorbing library. The size of our library in high school is merely one per centum of the library of this University. I was amazed by the myriad of new and insightful books displayed in the book shelves. Furthermore. the installation has a immense infinite so that it can suit tonss of pupils.
It is during my stay in this University did heighten my reading accomplishments and develop my personal character through reading good and enlightening books. Through reading tonss of books and magazines every bit good as surfing in the cyberspace. I was able to widen my cognition and nurtured my psyche. I gained tonss of information and wisdom from these reading stuffs. Furthermore. my vocabulary and grammar had besides improved through cognizing the significance of new words I read from the books. Indeed. reading will truly convey you liberty– freedom in your head and psyche. One of the most favorite novels of Rizal was the Count of Monte Cristo which was authored by Alexander Dumas. This novel—which portrays the narrative of Edmond Dantes– instilled his romantic cravings. Consequently. the life of Edmond Dantes was a narrative of hope. retribution. forgiveness. and clemency. This novel was an first-class illustration of pure wisdom and love. The subject of its narrative struck Rizal’s mastermind head and alone character. The novel became a favorite reading stuff of the hero during his teenage old ages.
On the other manus. I can state that this narrative of Edmond Dantes was genuinely one of a sort during the times of Alexander Dumas. The narrative would demo us the evil side of human person– selfishness and pride. In fact. the events in the narrative still exist during these times. One good illustration is the corruptness and unfairnesss go oning in our state. To call a few: the instance of Ampatuan Massacre which until now is still non resolved and the households of the unfortunate victims still non able to savor justness of the offense ; and the ageless corruptness in the Philippines. Furthermore. we can besides associate the subject of the narrative to each of us. The novel was an heroic escapade of a human being’s nature and emotions. I can state that it is natural for us to experience angry to those who had wronged us. When we hold score to person. we are compelled to take retaliation in order to fulfill our feelings of choler. In fact. this sort of emotional escapade has already happened to me one time so and I learned so much out from that experience. Surely. it had besides happened to person else on this planet and many lives are lacerate apart merely because of the selfishness and pride of some people.
However. when we surrender everything we feel to God and experiencing all those emotions of choler without seeking to alter anything that has happened to us– we will shortly be enlightened and forgiveness will step our manner. When everything is already plenty and we feel that many people have been affected merely because of that feeling of choler and retaliation. we start to forgive those who had wronged us. Consequently. this is one of the best feelings we experience as worlds because in forgiveness you see peace and love. When you forgive a individual. it means that you are allowing spell of that score and finds your manner to peace and felicity. Indeed. the Lord Jesus taught us to forgive those who had wronged us. Even He Himself died in the cross in order for us to be redeemed from our wickednesss and to see new life. That’s how immense God’s love for us. Therefore. it is all right when we have to undergo feelings of choler towards a individual.
It is good to experience it instead than rejecting it because when we start running from the truth that we are angry at the person– and all we merely experience is revenge– we start to ache ourselves and others. Our wellness will be destroyed so much that our relationships will be in much pandemonium. Possibly. this novel nurtured the spirit of Rizal to contend Spanish dictatorship. He was consciously cognizant of the atrociousnesss and ill-treatment that some Spanish functionaries and mendicants did to his fellowmen. Corruptness and unfairness were everyplace but most of the Filipinos were non cognizant of it. The powerful Spanish Friars merely used the Catholic Religion in order to cover their corrupt actions. But Rizal knew that there was something incorrect and he must move to contend it. Furthermore. another two books that profoundly affected Rizal were Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Eugene Sue’s The Wandering Jew. These two books aroused his understanding for the laden and unfortunate Filipino people.
He farther developed and liberated his head by reading assorted books and analyzing the different lives and civilizations of the European states. He was despairing to liberate his enduring countrymen from bondage and anguish. Equally much as Rizal did liberate his head to venture into the terra incognitas and to happen out that everything that the autocrats did were incorrect through ardent perusal. he besides liberated the heads of his countrymen through composing his first novel “Noli Me Tangere” . Indeed. Noli was a really first-class novel that showed the truth– that the autocrats are tormenting the Filipino people. Because of this novel. the Spanish mendicants were enraged and they tried to protect themselves by assailing the novel. However. truth will ever predominate and the good will ever win. I can state that Rizal was designated by God to be the Jesus of the Filipino people against Spanish dictatorship and we can see this through his alone mastermind and nationalism.
He loved his countrymen and he found wisdom in every incorrect thing go oning in his state. He tried to happen a manner in order to rectify this error and he prepared himself to liberate his countrymen. Indeed. Rizal was a true liberator. And one of the factors that encouraged him to emancipate his head and his people was reading good books. Therefore. I can state that reading can liberate your head from negative “stinking” beliefs that blinded you from seeing the right and positive manner of life. In fact. I could state that some of our beliefs that we developed and inherited based from our past experiences and influences are all prevarications.
They need to be removed in order for us to see the truth. the right way and the most ageless manner. And we can make this through reading and geting wisdom and cognition. Our lives are driven by our ain beliefs and those beliefs brought us to where we are right now whether those beliefs are right or incorrect. Equally much as Rizal freed his countrymen from Spanish dictatorship through utilizing his model character and outstanding mastermind. we can besides liberate our heads against the negative ideas that are excluding our heads to see the right manner towards populating the most out of life through continued development of our character and doggedness and passion to larn new things even to the things that we do non cognize. That’s a true gallantry!