Filipino Authors And Their Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Filipino Authors And Their Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Don't say Fili, sister. Say Pili. In Tagalog, pili means to choose. Pino means fine. Pilipino equals 'fine choice.Jessica Hagedorn The Gangster Of Love Filipino Authors And Their Sayings By Jessica Hagedorn The Gangster Of Love: Don't say Fili, sister. Say Pili. In Tagalog, pili means to choose. Pino means fine.
To THOSE who want to lift this nation from the dungheap of history, the past does not matter - only the present, the awareness of the deadening rot which surrounds and suffocates us, and what we must do to vanquish it.F. Sionil Jose Filipino Authors And Their Sayings By F. Sionil Jose: To THOSE who want to lift this nation from the dungheap of history, the past
I die without seeing the dawn brighten over my native land. You who have it to see, welcome it ... and forget not those who have fallen during the night!Jose Rizal Filipino Authors And Their Sayings By Jose Rizal: I die without seeing the dawn brighten over my native land. You who have it
I lived in a big bunkhouse of thirty farm workers with Leroy, who was a stranger to me in many ways because he was always talking about unions and unity. But he had a way of explaining the meanings of words in utter simplicity, like "work" which he translated into "power," and "power" into "security." I was drawn to him because I felt that he had lived in many places where the courage of men was tested with the cruelest weapons conceivable.Carlos Bulosan Filipino Authors And Their Sayings By Carlos Bulosan: I lived in a big bunkhouse of thirty farm workers with Leroy, who was a