Indolence of the filipinos

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The Filipinos have not always been what they are. Occasionally, the website mis-applies a block from a previous visitor. There has also been discrimination in education against natives.

Indolence of the filipinos

As a result, the Filipino did not work sunrise to sun set, but produced the food needed to keep the culture alive. An hour's work in the burning sun is equivalent to a day's work in temperate climate. Furthermore, the lure of the galleon trade led to the neglect of commerce and agriculture. Thank you! Chapter 2[ edit ] Rizal says that an illness will worsen if the wrong treatment is given. He therefore enumerates the causes of indolence and elaborates on the circumstances that have led to it. To my impression the bitter conclusions and resentment of Rizal toward those more than years have either barely reached the present consciousness of Filipinos, or when it did, they let the bygones be bygones. Another thing that we might add that had caused this indolence, is the lack of unity among the Filipino people.

Trying a different Web browser might help. An hour's work in the burning sun is equivalent to a day's work in temperate climate.

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The same applies to indolence. It is thus fair that the land yields a hundred fold.

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The Spanish reign brought about a decline in economic activities because of certain causes: First, the establishment of the Galleon Trade cut off all previous associations of the Philippines with other countries in Asia and the Middle East. What was being taught in the schools were repetitive prayers and other things that could not be used by the students to lead the country to progress.

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The Indolence of the Filipinos