The Association pursues the most worthy and momentous object of uniting the hearts and the mind of the Tagalog by means of inviolable oath in order that the union to be strong enough to tear aside the thick veil that obscure thoughts and find the true path of reason and enlightenment. The foremost rules is the true love of native land and genuine compassion for others, for everyone shall be treated equal and true brethren As soon as anybody enters the association, he shall perforce renounce disorderly habits and shall submit to the authority of the sacred commands of the Katipunan.
The Kartilla was composed of 13 rules, composed of: A life not devoted to a worthy cause is like a tree without leaves. A good deed that was not done sincerely is not considered a virtue. Real virtue lies not only in charity and love of neighbor, but also in the purity of one's thoughts, words, and actions.
All men are equal, regardless of race, color, and culture. A wise man values abstinence over indulgence. A person with delicadeza knows how to keep his word. Never waste time; opportunities that passed by may come again, but time passed can never be brought back.
Defend the oppressed and fight the oppressor. Never defend the other side or the oppressor because it is bad. An intelligent person exercises prudence in his words, and knows when to keep a secret. A man serves as a model to his wife and children; thus, the leader who is headed in the wrong direction also leads his followers astray.
Sometimes the followers don't know if the doings of their leader was wrong because the leader must know what is the right from wrong and leaders must do good. Do not look at a woman as a source of pleasure, but as a partner in one's joys and sorrows; remember your mother who brought you up since you were a baby.
Women has a big part in our community. What you do not want done unto your own wife, daughter, and sister, do not do unto the wife, daughter and sister of others. A person's worth does not depend on being a king, priest, or having a high position in society, nor in he shape of one's nose or color of one's skin.
It is found in his goodness, honor, and pure intentions; in those who do not abuse nor allow themselves to be abused; and in those who know concern and love for one's country.Rizal's Spanish biographer Wenceslao Retaña and Filipino biographer Juan Raymundo Lumawag saw the formation of the Katipunan as Del Pilar's victory over Rizal: "La Liga dies, and the Katipunan rises in its place.
) Jacinto is one of the closest friend s of the Supremo- Bonifacio although he is 12 years younger than Bonifacio. The legislative body of the Katipunan was known as the Katipunan Assembly, and it was composed of the members of the Supreme Council, along with the presidents of the popular and provincial councils.
Judicial power rested in the sangguniang hukuman. KARTILYA the 13 Teachings of Katipunan Facts: urbanagricultureinitiative.com Kartilya was made by Emilio Jacinto.
urbanagricultureinitiative.comya means "primer for elementary students." Kartilya 1. A life not devoted to a worthy cause is like a tree without leaves. 2. A good deed not done sincerly is not considered a virtue. 3.
Thus the Katipunan was founded on a radical platform, namely, to secure the independence and freedom of the Philippines by force of arms. The Founding of the Katipunan. The news of Rizal's deportation shocked and surprised the people, for Rizal to them was the symbol of freedom.