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  • #Bayani (Hero)

    Luis M. Taruc, though he led the HUKBALAHAP guerillas in the success of the battle against then the Japanese occupants of the Philippines had been known to be a Filipino political figure and rebel during the agrarian unrest during the 1930s took a while for him to be declared as one of the Philippines valiant heroes.

    As the Commander-in-chief of HUKBALAHAP (Hukbo ng Bayan Laban sa Hapon), he led a fighting strength of guerillas estimated between 10,000 to 30,000 which had been influential in the victory against the invaders. After the war, he continued his dedication to a genuine land reform program. Until his last breath, it had been his dedication to helping his fellow Hukvets acquire the much-deserved honor and recognition for their contribution to attaining social freedom and justice.

    It was in In 2017 that the National Historical Commission of the Philippines declared Luis Taruc a hero for being a "nationalist and defender of the rights of farmers and workers".

    In 1953, he dictated the contents of "Born of the People" and it became a book with the help of ghostwriter William Pomeroy. The book became Nelson Mandela's reference to his peasant resistance and guerilla in South Africa.

    Later in 1967, while as a Political prisoner in New Bilibid Prison, he wrote: "He Who Rides the Tiger." Allow me please to mention that the elder sister of Luis Taruc, named Paulina is the mother of my father. Their siblings played major roles too in guerilla warfare thus I can say that my bloodline runs the lineage of patriots.

    My father had been Luis Taruc's trusted forerunner and harbinger especially when he was a political detainee. A legacy he left was the original manuscript of the "He Who Rides the Tiger" which had been passed on to me by my late father.

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    #Bayani (Hero) Luis M. Taruc, though he led the HUKBALAHAP guerillas in the success of the battle against then the Japanese occupants of the Philippines had been known to be a Filipino political figure and rebel during the agrarian unrest during the 1930s took a while for him to be declared as one of the Philippines valiant heroes. As the Commander-in-chief of HUKBALAHAP (Hukbo ng Bayan Laban sa Hapon), he led a fighting strength of guerillas estimated between 10,000 to 30,000 which had been influential in the victory against the invaders. After the war, he continued his dedication to a genuine land reform program. Until his last breath, it had been his dedication to helping his fellow Hukvets acquire the much-deserved honor and recognition for their contribution to attaining social freedom and justice. It was in In 2017 that the National Historical Commission of the Philippines declared Luis Taruc a hero for being a "nationalist and defender of the rights of farmers and workers". In 1953, he dictated the contents of "Born of the People" and it became a book with the help of ghostwriter William Pomeroy. The book became Nelson Mandela's reference to his peasant resistance and guerilla in South Africa. Later in 1967, while as a Political prisoner in New Bilibid Prison, he wrote: "He Who Rides the Tiger." Allow me please to mention that the elder sister of Luis Taruc, named Paulina is the mother of my father. Their siblings played major roles too in guerilla warfare thus I can say that my bloodline runs the lineage of patriots. My father had been Luis Taruc's trusted forerunner and harbinger especially when he was a political detainee. A legacy he left was the original manuscript of the "He Who Rides the Tiger" which had been passed on to me by my late father. #ProjectPHDbyJed #SoMee #Philippines #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #Hiveph
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  • #Bayani (Heroes)

    One trait that should be inculcated in us is the value of genuine altruism. That of helping others.

    In difficult times such as plagues, wars, and natural disasters, ordinary people have stepped forward to help others. This could be one singular act of heroism or one who has dedicated their lives to helping others. Let's make it even deeper...I hope we learn the value of loving our country and fellowmen.

    According to Wikipedia, "A national hero of the Philippines is a Filipino who has been recognized as a national hero for his or her role in the history of the Philippines. Loosely, the term may refer to all Filipino historical figures recognized as heroes, but the term more strictly refers to those officially designated as such. In 1995 the Philippine National Heroes Committee officially recommended several people for the designation, but this was not acted upon. As of 2007, no one had ever been officially recognized as a Philippine national hero."

    Nevertheless, there truly are those who have offered their lives for the nation's freedom.

    Can you name a few heroes on your wall? Give a short tale of his/her dedication as to why they should be emulated. use the hashtags below.

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    source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_hero_of_the_Philippines
    #Bayani (Heroes) One trait that should be inculcated in us is the value of genuine altruism. That of helping others. In difficult times such as plagues, wars, and natural disasters, ordinary people have stepped forward to help others. This could be one singular act of heroism or one who has dedicated their lives to helping others. Let's make it even deeper...I hope we learn the value of loving our country and fellowmen. According to Wikipedia, "A national hero of the Philippines is a Filipino who has been recognized as a national hero for his or her role in the history of the Philippines. Loosely, the term may refer to all Filipino historical figures recognized as heroes, but the term more strictly refers to those officially designated as such. In 1995 the Philippine National Heroes Committee officially recommended several people for the designation, but this was not acted upon. As of 2007, no one had ever been officially recognized as a Philippine national hero." Nevertheless, there truly are those who have offered their lives for the nation's freedom. Can you name a few heroes on your wall? Give a short tale of his/her dedication as to why they should be emulated. use the hashtags below. #Bayani #ProjectPHDbyJed #SoMee #Philippines #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #Hiveph source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_hero_of_the_Philippines
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  • #BAYANI (Hero)
    Andres Bonifacio y de Castro was a Filipino Freemason and revolutionary leader. He is often called “The Father of the Philippine Revolution” and considered one of the National Heroes of the Philippines. He was one of the founders and later Kataastaasang Pangulo (Supreme President ) of the Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalangan Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan or commonly known as the “Katipunan” , a movement which sought the independence of the Philippines from the Spanish colonial rule and started the Tagalog Revolution..
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    #BAYANI (Hero) Andres Bonifacio y de Castro was a Filipino Freemason and revolutionary leader. He is often called “The Father of the Philippine Revolution” and considered one of the National Heroes of the Philippines. He was one of the founders and later Kataastaasang Pangulo (Supreme President ) of the Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalangan Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan or commonly known as the “Katipunan” , a movement which sought the independence of the Philippines from the Spanish colonial rule and started the Tagalog Revolution.. #ProjectPHDbyJed #SoMee #Philippines #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #Hiveph
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  • 1970s i still remember watching bayanihan.
    1970s i still remember watching bayanihan.
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    #Bayanihan

    Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally means, "being a bayan," and is thus used to refer to a spirit of communal unity and cooperation.

    Although bayanihan can manifest itself in many forms, it is probably most clearly and impressively displayed in the old tradition of neighbors helping a relocating family by getting enough volunteers to carry the whole house, and literally moving it to its new location. They do this by placing long bamboo poles length-wise and cross-wise under the house (traditional Filipino houses were built on stilts), and then carrying the house using this bamboo frame. It takes a fairly large number of people -- often 20 or more -- working together to carry the entire house. All this is done in a happy and festive mood. At the end of the day, the moving family expresses their gratitude by hosting a small fiesta for everyone.

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    #Bayanihan

    Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally means, "being a bayan," and is thus used to refer to a spirit of communal unity and cooperation.

    Although bayanihan can manifest itself in many forms, it is probably most clearly and impressively displayed in the old tradition of neighbors helping a relocating family by getting enough volunteers to carry the whole house, and literally moving it to its new location. They do this by placing long bamboo poles length-wise and cross-wise under the house (traditional Filipino houses were built on stilts), and then carrying the house using this bamboo frame. It takes a fairly large number of people -- often 20 or more -- working together to carry the entire house. All this is done in a happy and festive mood. At the end of the day, the moving family expresses their gratitude by hosting a small fiesta for everyone.

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    #ProjectPHDbyJED #Bayanihan Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally means, "being a bayan," and is thus used to refer to a spirit of communal unity and cooperation. Although bayanihan can manifest itself in many forms, it is probably most clearly and impressively displayed in the old tradition of neighbors helping a relocating family by getting enough volunteers to carry the whole house, and literally moving it to its new location. They do this by placing long bamboo poles length-wise and cross-wise under the house (traditional Filipino houses were built on stilts), and then carrying the house using this bamboo frame. It takes a fairly large number of people -- often 20 or more -- working together to carry the entire house. All this is done in a happy and festive mood. At the end of the day, the moving family expresses their gratitude by hosting a small fiesta for everyone. #SomeePh #AweSoMee #Philippines #PhilippineTradition #PhilippineCulture #SoMee
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  • #Bayanihan
    Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally means, "being a bayan," and is thus used to refer to a spirit of communal unity and cooperation.

    This is a "house moving tradition" in the Philippines. In the past and in some areas up to now in the Philippines "Bayanihan" is shown by helping families carry their house from one place to another.
    #Bayanihan Pronounced like "buy-uh-nee-hun," bayanihan is a Filipino word derived from the word bayan meaning town, nation, or community in general. "Bayanihan" literally means, "being a bayan," and is thus used to refer to a spirit of communal unity and cooperation. This is a "house moving tradition" in the Philippines. In the past and in some areas up to now in the Philippines "Bayanihan" is shown by helping families carry their house from one place to another.
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