There will be so much change if we put love instead of hate. Let us stop being a negatron and instead tell good stories of Filipinos and the Philippines. Let us start nation building, it doesn't have to be big. Remember we are all an inspiration and let us strive to be the best with others. Finally, we can say it ourselves, on how we love believing that there is still so much hope for this country to turn around.
For ABS-CBN, core values serve as anchor and guidepost. They keep grounded and remind them of the things that matter more than ratings, revenues, and profits. They guide their decision-making and direct choices and actions. ABS-CBN CEO & President, Ms. Charo Santos-Concio, has beautifully encapsulated the essence of their culture and people when she said, “ABS seeks that person whose core mission in life is to be of service to his countrymen. ABS seeks that person that does not need the limelight but seeks only the reward of giving to his Filipino brethren and can put what is good for the customer, what is good for the company, ahead of himself.
Mercado classifies language as a reflection of world view and attitude. He further states that no matter which part of the country, Philippine languages are all related. The author posits that nationalism is not only the love for the state but also for the identity of the country which is the language, Filipino. Hence, it is believed that a true Filipino is someone who speaks his mother tongue with confidence and pride. In corresponds with the book of Isidro Escare Abeto (1872) the challenge that the youth must meet is the search for truth and enlightenment.
Integrity Demonstrated by moral courage, ethical strength, and trustworthiness; keeping promises and fulfilling expectations. Authenticity Demonstrated by consistency, congruency, and transparency in values, beliefs, and actions; integrating values and principles to create a purposeful life and to contribute to the growth of others. Courage Demonstrated by possessing a strength of self to act with intention on behalf of the common good; taking a stand in the face of adversity; acting boldly in the service of inclusion and justice. Service This refers to one serving the community around him with no expectation of rewards. A leader ought to prioritise his time to make other people to become better in every aspect of life.
Support them, telling them from time to time that they can do it well; motivating them with a positive word; help them to feel valued. A positive attitude, It is a mental attitude that produces good results. It is a favorable attitude, which allows us to find at least one positive aspect in any situation. When our attitude is positive, we feel various pleasant and constructive sensations. It shows itself by brightness in the eyes, more energy and happiness and our health is affected in a beneficial way.
The Katarungang Pambarangay Law instills the spirit of bayanihan on indigenous families if they maintain the orderliness of the law, develop discipline in every individual and has it’s effectiveness on socialization. To summarized the thoughts It can thus be seen that the advantages outweighing the disadvantages, the Katarungang Pambarangay, as an informal forum for the settlement of disputes, is a desirable development in the administration of justice, since it not only secures the decongestion of the courts but makes use of a legal system which is indigenously and traditionally Filipino according to Donna P. Zapa (1980). The government should implement this policy to all barangay not only to have peace and order but also to compromise the rights and disputes of the citizen in the rural places, let the people know that still there are hope
The pride that people have for their nation can be beneficial, but it is often taken to extremity, which has caused many issues throughout history. Nationalism here in the Philippines is such a good thing in a way that our people were able to create a national identity that we know today. But I hope that this nation should not use nationalism to make our country feel superior to the nations beyond it. It must say that all men are created equal.
Neha Sharma June 23, 2014 BC 1 Assignment I A Moral Framework for the School Education The main purpose of education is to help people realize their own potential for living a better life morally and productively and hence contributing in the growth of the society. Educationists have emphasized the role of moral values in the character development of a person. Moral values are the principles which govern behaviour and thinking and guide us to distinguish between right and wrong actions. Thus we see that inculcating moral values should be an intrinsic part of imparting holistic education. And this is more applicable in today’s scenario when people lament about the degrading values in younger generation.
That democracy is a national tool rather a personal one, acting as a smokescreen; that the search for the leader is in an image of a “Messiah” of the Philippines. It is a natural notion, that ethical leadership brings benevolent outcomes. By definition, Brown, Trevino and Harrison (2005) have defined ethical leadership as “the demonstration of normatively appropriate conduct through personal actions and interpersonal relationships, and the promotion of such conduct to followers through two-way communication, reinforcement, and decision making.” Ethical leadership entails a level of transparency, engagement in communication, promoting and rewarding ethical conduct. (Hoogh, Den Hartog) The appeal of the ethical leadership is the argument that benevolence bring further benevolence. It is in this traditional
Anyone can change the world by selfless service. Being a leader is more than attaining a title or a position. Leadership is serving others selflessly. So, I have devoted my life to serving the Filipino community for years. I studied Asian Studies in the University of Santo Tomas as I aspire to serve my fellow Filipinos in the development sector after graduation.