What is the importance of studying the rizal subject?

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Just a li'l additional for all the answers above...
So that you will know why Rizal is also called "The little Bad Boy". LOL! (--,)

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  • PJA answered 7 years ago
    Here are the importance:
    1. His life can be a model one or blue print for the children.
    2. His good deeds from a young boy until his martyrdom.
    3. His courageousness, bravery and nationalism.
    4. His good traits and attitude.
    5. His main philosophy in life.
    6. His love for the country and his people.
    7. His love for freedom.
    8. His being intelligent.
    9. His being multi-skilled and multi-profession.
    10. His being a linguist.
    11. His being a poet.
    12. His being a novelist and writer.
    13. His being a leader and a hero.
    14. His being the pride of the Malay race.
    15. His being industrious.
    16. His being a peace maker thru reforms and not by arms confrontation.
    17. His idealism.
    18. His dreams of progress from the youth.
    19. His 100 years prophecy of the Philippines.
    20. His dream of cultivating good people.
    21. His love for his family and close family ties.
    22. His knowledge of christianity --catholism.
    23. His influence to the moderates.
    24. His being a traveller, education and stay in Europe.
    25. His being a graduate of UST and Letran.
    26. His being educated at a young age by his mother in Calamba, Laguna.
    26. His being exiled in Dapitan in Mindanao.
    27. His being executed by the Spaniards in Luneta, Manila for his love of the Philippines.
    28. His novels ---Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
    29. His main character --Maria Clara and Padre Damaso.
    30. His poem to the women of Malolos.
    31. many many more...

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    From my research and studies about Rizal as a great Filipino Patriot, the pride of the Malay race and from various books and publications.
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  • tisya answered 7 years ago
    so as not to forget who ignite the spark of our freedom tru pen.
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  • shanny answered 7 years ago
    to know rizal!
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  • Joeyboy answered 7 years ago
    Patriotism. Love for Country and Bravery
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  • etang answered 7 years ago
    If you're not a Filipino, Jose Rizal is the national hero of the philippines. If you are a filipino, you should know that by now and the importance of knowing ones culture as well as the long struggle of our ancestors to give us a free nation.
    He wanted a bloodless revolution for independent Philippines. He's a poet, a revolutionary, a martyr. Because of him, other filipinos fought for independence. He is a very important figure in the filipino history.
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  • arienne321 answered 7 years ago
    It is important for all Filipinos to know our National Hero, Dr Jose Rizal. It is sad that most students these days don't know anything about the Philippine heroes which include not only Dr Jose Rizal, but also Andres Bonifacio, Apolinario Mabini, Gregorio del Pilar, Diego and Gabriela Silang, Marcelo H. Del Pilar, Antonio Luna and Juan Luna.

    It is important for us to know who planted in the minds of Filipino people through his writings the idea of seeking independence from the colonial masters. The foremost of these writings are the two novels "Noli Me Tangere" (Touch Me Not, also known as The Social Cancer) and "El Filibusterismo" (Reign of Greed) that instigated the revolution . The unrest was further aggravated by the death of the hero by musketry at the Rizal Park.

    It is noteworthy to study these two books well, as due perhaps to his nearing martyrdom without seeing the freedom of his Motherland, the conflict in Rizal's mind was manifested on the creation of another character in the person of Simoun, who contrary to the chracter shown by Ibarra, the pacifist in Noli turns up in El Fili as the rich guy pretending to side with the rich but is in fact siding and urging the Filipinos to revolt.

    The teaching of these two novels were not really encouraged by ???? educators / school owners (mostly catholic schools) even up to the present as they want Filipinos to follow the example of pacifist Rizal, not the rebellious Simoun, not the Bonifacio, not the del Pilar. They want Filipinos to remain submissive, malleable and acquiescent.

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  • gameplan_xtreme answered 7 years ago
    Rizal is our NATIONAL HERO, and to be chosen as a national hero must mean something, don't you think? He has lived a life that is an inspiration to your countrymen, he has shown surpassing patriotism, all our heroes have. But just like Ninoy Aquino, as I see it, who had the means to leave a tumultuous place, given the chance to walk away, they didn't, they came back to fight for us even if they knew it would cost their life. That's the gist of your Rizal subject, to teach you of your roots and how to value it. "ang hindi magmahal sa sariling wika ay higit pa sa malansang isda", always remember that, it's so true to this date. If you don't love yourself for who you are, then who would?
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  • PG_13 answered 7 years ago
    because our teacher will look us to be like him someday.
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  • Lord Gordian answered 7 years ago
    I don't know, what's "rizal"?
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