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This book, The Filipino Pride, is a timely piece of truth. It reminds us of a number of reasons why we should never stop surviving and succeeding as Filipinos who will always be proud of our country. This is the message of this book Not everyone nor everything that makes Filipinos models for citizens of other countries is in this book, but this is a giant step towards restoring Filipino pride Filipino Pride reminds us of what is good and the best in all of us Filipino Pride is not about discovering the greatness in others, but the greatness in each of us.
Not only should this book be on every Filipino shelf, it should be in every Filipino heart! We, as a Filipino race, should never stop loving and believing in the Filipino ingenuity, resourcefulness and national spirit I would commend this book especially to Pinoys abroad.
This work is an effective tool aimed at emancipating the confused minds and feelings of our own youth including second and third generations of Filipinos living abroad whose denial and confusion from knowing their very own root can be substituted with pride and a strong sense of connectivity to our Filipino nation.
I therefore commend contributors for this valuable project they have done. Filipino Pride exists because the volunteer contributors love our country…. For me, this spell hope for the Philippines! It also posts a great challenge to every Filipino to excel and be a source of pride and inspiration to the people around them.
May we all be united and always be at our best to help move our country forward. This book can be freely reproduced, replicated and distributed, except for commercial purposes.
No expressed or written permission from the contributors or the publisher is required. However, proper citation or acknowledgement is necessary when using the book or articles within it as reference s.
Filipino Matters Proud and socially responsible Filipinos! Filipino Matters combines advocacy and social business to instill national pride and uplift the dignity in every Filipino.
We aspire to stir the flame in every Filipino. We want to engage all Filipinos in the national enterprise of social progress and development through practical and doable people-based programs that will impact significantly and directly to communities involved in our socio-civic projects and activities.
The Filipino Pride, a book promoting national pride, patriotism and love of country, is part of the Filipino Matters initiatives that we hope to spur and cultivate in every Filipino. For more information, please visit us at www. It is not the exclusive monopoly of leaders, civil servants and cause-oriented organizations.
We believe that everyone can contribute in no small measure in advancing the interests of the country. We neither sanction religious doctrines nor endorse any political view.
We are a nonaligned nonpolitical movement who adheres that any help that one could extend can make a difference. Acknowledgements This book is the product of the collaborative efforts of its contributors and supporters who freely volunteered their time, profession, skills, talents and resources for this noble endeavor.
The Filipino Pride acknowledges the contributions of many volunteers who helped make this book possible: Other individuals, organizations and institutions also helped to make access to photographs possible, namely: Wincat Alcala Yasmin Ong The book project also acknowledges those who provided helpful comments and suggestions on the preliminary versions of the manuscript.
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