* A. Calamba. The Hero’s Town
* Calamba:* It is belonged to dominican order which is the a picturesque town cuddling on a verdant field covered with irrigated ricefields and sugarlands.* Mount Makiling:* The South of Calamba in which beyond it is the state of Batangas.* Laguna De Bay:* It is the E of Calamba. it is the celebrated mountain shrine of the marvelous Lady of Peace and Good Voyage.* Un Recuerdo A Mi Pueblo ( In Memory Of My Town ) :* A poem wrote by Rizal when he was 15 old ages old and was a pupil of Ateneo De Manila.
* B. Earliest Childhood Memories
* At the age of three. Rizal was a frail. sickly and undersized. so he was given the tenderest attention by his parents. During childhood memory. he was cognize how to pray the angelus. The fanciful narratives by aya ( nurse amah ) makes Rizal digesting involvement in fables and folklore.
* C. Hero’s First Sorrow
* The first sorrow of Rizal was brought by the decease of his darling small sister Concha. Concha died of illness in 1865. she was merely 6 old ages old from at that place. Jose shed cryings for the first clip caused by love and heartache to his sister.
* D. Devoted Son Of The Church
* Rizal grew up as a good Catholic. Ta the age of three. he began to take portion in the household supplications. When he was five. he was able to read haltingly the Spanish household Bible. male parent Lorencio Lopez. the town Priest. is one of the work forces that Rizal esteemed. He used to see this erudite Filipino priest and listen to his exciting sentiment on current events and sound doctrine of life.
* E. The Pilgimage To Antipolo
* On June 6. 1868. Jose and his male parent left Calamba to travel on a pilgimage to Antipolo in order to carry through his mother’s vow which was made when Jpse was born. After praying at the shrine of the virgin of Antipolo. they went to Manila to see Saturnina. who was so a embarkation pupil at La Concordia College in Sta. Ana.
* F. The Story Of The Moth
* The narrative told by Dona Teodora to her…* Another childhood memory was the day-to-day Angelus supplication. By nightfall. Rizal related. his female parent gathered all the kids at the house to pray the Angelus.
* With nostalgic feeling. he besides remembered the happy moonlit darks at the azotea after the prayer beads. * The aya realted narratives to Rizal kids many narratives about faeries ; narratives of inhumed hoarded wealth and trees with blossoming diamonds. and other fabulous narratives. * Their parents taught them to love one another. to act decently in forepart of seniors. to be true and spiritual. and to assist one another. * At the age of 3. he began to take portion in the household supplications. * When he was five old ages old. he was able to read haltingly the household Bible. * He loved to travel to church to pray. to take portion in novenas. and to fall in the spiritual emanations. It is said that he was so earnestly devout that he was laughingly called Manong Jose by the Hermanos and Hermanas Terceras. * On June 6. 1868. Jose and his male parent left for Calamba to travel on a pilgrim’s journey to Antipolo. in order to carry through his mother’s vow which was made when Rizal was born.
* It was the first trip of Jose across Laguna de Bay and his pilgrim’s journey to Antipolo. * He was thrilled. as a typical male child should. by his first lake ocean trip. He did non kip the whole dark as the Casco sailed towards the Pasig River because he was awed by “ the impressiveness of the watery sweep and the silence of the dark. * After praying at the shrine of the Virgin of Antipolo. Jose and his male parent went to Manila. * At the age of 3. Jose learned the alphabet and supplications from her. * Sing Rizal had a endowment for poesy. she encouraged him to compose verse forms. She gave her all her love and all that she learned in college. * There were 3 uncles. brothers of his female parent. who played a great portion in the early instruction of Rizal. * Uncle Gregorio was a lover of books. He instilled into the head of his nephew a great love for books. He taught him to work hard. to believe for himself. and to detect life keenly.
* Uncle Jose. who had been educated at Calcutta. India. was the youngest brother of Dona Teodora. He encouraged his nephew to paint. study. and sculpture. * Uncle Manuel was a large. strong. and beefy adult male. He looked after the physical preparation of his sickly and weak nephew. He encourages Rizal to larn swimming. fence. wrestle. and other athleticss. so that in ulterior old ages Rizal’s frail organic structure acquired legerity. endurance. and strength. * He loved to sit on a spirited pony ( which his male parent bought for him ) or take long walks in the hayfields for him ) or take long walks in the hayfields and lakeside with his large black Canis familiaris named Usman.
DIONISIO. Dannica Joy M. BSN 3-A02Ch. 2: CHILDHOOD Old ages INCALAMBA 2. 1. Calamba. the Hero’s Town: hacienda town which belonged to the Dominican order ; to the South is MtMakiling ( with Batangas beyond the mountain ) . East is Laguna de Bay. Northis Antipolo2. 2. Earliest Childhood Memories: had to be given the tenderness attention by his parents for being frail. sickly and undersized ; day-to-day Angelus supplication ; happy moonlit darks at the azotea
; being threatened with asuang. nuno. tikbalang or Bombay if he would non eat his supper2. 3. First Sorrow – decease of Concha at 3. 2. 4. Devoted Son of the Church – taught Catholic supplications by Mom ; read Spanishfamily Bible at 5 ; admired Filipino priest Fr. Leoncio Lopez2. 5. Pilgrimage to Antipolo – June 6. 1868with his male parent equitation in a Casco
( flatboat ) 2. 6. Narrative of the Moth – fable about “being obedient to your female parent or else you may acquire burnt”2. 7. Artistic Endowments – chalk outing and claymolding ( or sculpturing ) 2. 8. First Poem – “ Sa Aking Mga Kababata
” at 8 old ages old2. 9. First Drama – manuscript bought by Paete gobernadorcillo for 2 pesos2. 10. Boy Magician – magic-lantern exhibitions and manipulatingmarionettes2. 11. Lakeshore Reveries – Guardia Civil wicker and injuring unarmed villages2. 12. Influences on the hero’s Boyhood: ( 1 ) Hereditary – Malayan ( love forfreedom ) ;
Chinese ( serious nature. frugalness. forbearance and love for kids ) ; Spanish – elegance of bearing and heroism to ladies ; ( 2 ) Environmental –scenic beauties of Calamba stimulated the artistic and literary endowments ; Paciano –love of freedom ; sisters – kindness to adult females ; Fr. Leoncio Lopez – scholarship and rational honestness ; GomBurZa in1872 – spirit of nationalism ; ( 3 ) Aid of Divine Providence – versatile gifts of mastermind. bosom to give for a baronial cause ; fate to be the pride and glorification of his state