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Filipinos back home are quick to latch on to the success of that entity and claim it as their own, or worse, to put it up as proof that Filipinos are great and important members of the world community.And yet, more often than not, the success of that entity is due to his/her own hard work, and not because he/she has Filipino roots or heritage.Congratulatory messages and commendations poured in for the televangelist Bro.Eli Soriano, after the emphatic victory of his debate against Pastor Rubens Sodré of South America on September 22 (PHT). Eli was requested to be tested by Pastor Rubens Sodré for he thought someone is dictating verses to him!A man like Rodrigo Duterte appeals to a people who are unable to appreciate the importance of policing themselves.In addition, Filipinos have been so used to thinking that someone else will clean up after their own messes, they just leave their trash, literally.
Unfortunately, Filipinos put more emphasis on the tone and the perceived rudeness of the message more than on the actual content. And they can’t even put up proper counterarguments without resorting to Ah, basta! Why such stubbornness or incorrigible self-righteousness persists, despite the disastrous outcome and results found in Filipino society, is something that has been baffling for many, many years. Filipinos harbor a skewed concept of freedom Filipinos think the “freedom” they supposedly earned in 1986 allows them to do whatever they want, regardless of the consequences.
Filipinos are lazy and unimaginative There are many talented Filipinos. The following question remains without a convincing answer until now: Proud to be Filipino? Obviously, Filipinos have been putting the cart before the horse; they feel pride for some inexplicable thing, then they go find something to feel proud of, however small and inappropriate.
However, it seems that the problem is that collectively, their society doesn’t encourage such. But true pride comes from a society building things as a collective, from accomplishing things where each member of that society can feel happy and satisfied knowing that they had a part in building that thing or accomplishment.
" data-medium-file="https://faithandetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/20141026-pvi-pol-arellanountitled-30-of-126.jpg? As guests in the Philippines trooped to the Smart-Araneta Coliseum for the Ang Dating Daan 34th Anniversary Worldwide Bible Exposition held on Oct. w=750" class="size-full wp-image-664" src="https://faithandetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/20141029-pvi-pol-arellanountitled-1-of-6.jpg? w=150 150w, https://faithandetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/20141029-pvi-pol-arellanountitled-1-of-6.jpg? w=300 300w" sizes="(max-width: 750px) 100vw, 750px" / With bright, excited smiles, the event’s participants made their way inside the coordinating center to find their seats.
30, 2014 at four in the afternoon, the MCGI Coordinating Center in Queens, NY welcomed guests and brethren as early as four in the morning. (Pol Arellano, Photoville International – New York). w=300" data-large-file="https://faithandetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/20141029-pvi-pol-arellanountitled-1-of-6.jpg? Meanwhile, some of the brethren were busy preparing breakfast for the visitors and brethren alike: brewed coffee, fresh fruit salad, bagels and other breakfast staples were served for free — an MCGI trademark.
Filipinos set abominably low standards for themselves Pwede na iyan. Continuous improvement is a hard chore for the Filipino because he is forced to think to make it work – something he does not like doing. This “freedom” goes hand in hand with their concept of “democracy”.