Upon La Acidia de los Filipinos
Sloth, idleness, slackness, dilatoriness or somnolence -- Rizal, in his 90 writing intended for La Fraternidad, takes up problem of this low characteristic in the Filipinos. After reading his work, I am confronted with the question perhaps the Filipinos today still know the existence of Juan Tamad in our midst while were busy realizing the fact that indeed the Philippines has become one of the main sources of the planet's domestic adjoint, caregivers, nursing staff, teachers, entertainers, call center agents, etc . However, whether we could aware of this or not really, Rizal's research remains valid to this day.
In the beginning, Rizal examines the behavior normally connected with the inclination to indolence. Indeed the nice climate that we have, drive us to perhaps have quick snooze in the evening instead of going out of our residences and carry on with our day's work. It can be established consequently that an specific results to somnolence in attaining man's numerous needs. Just as a child fails to do his household tasks in the weekend for sleeping all day as a result of his tiresome activities for school as well as for an employee for spending more than the allowable time during lunchtime breaks in satisfying his appetite and therefore becomes the cause of his frequent tardiness.
Rizal then continue to be analyze the context in which indolence is bred which undeniably true nowadays. The crawling struggle towards advancement is still largely attributable to defects in our education and the deficiency of national sentiment. " The limited home education, the tyrannical and sterile education in the couple of educational centers... influences the mind not to excel those who forwent him and merely to be content to adhere to or walk behind them. вЂќ It is vital to enhance the quality of education in such a way that we might instil inside our minds that individuals too include inherent characteristics of our own that we are equipped for using and exploring toward our progression instead of aspiring to be satisfied...