Count Of Monte Cristo Term

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JEROME HERMOSO
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Para sa akin unang una, kung tatanungin niyo ako kung nagustuhan ko ba ang pinanood na pelikula na Konde ng Monte Cristo? Oo nagustuhan ko ang pelikula kung saan maraming kapana-panabik at kakaibang tagpo na nakapaloob dito. Talagang gusto ko ang kuwento dahil ito ay may halo-halong drama, pag-aalinlangan at pag-iibigan. Higit pa rito, hindi lamang natin pinanood kundi maari tayong ma-engganyo at mairelate sa ating present. Mga aral na patungkol sa mga kagandahang asal na ating matututunan at maaating maibahagi sa iba.
Ang tangi kong nakikitang dahilan kung bakit nagustuhan ng ating Pambansang Bayani na si Dr.Jose Rizal ay dahil may pagkakahawig ito sa kanyang istorya hindi lamang iyon bagkus sa totoong buhay kung saan maari nating makita ang mga hindi kanais nais o hindi inaasahang mga tagpo na kung saan walang hustisya, at kung minsan mayroon mga bagay o paraan sa ating sariling mga kamay ...view middle of the document...

Tangi kong nalinawan, ginawa siguro ito upang mapagtanto ang napaka malaking kahalagahan ng edukasyon sa ating buhay. Ang kuwento na ito ay nangyayari pa rin ngayong mga araw na ito kahit na paluma na. Nagpapa-alala sa atin na kahit na papaano ay maraming sagabal, kahirapan at problema na maaaring dumating at na maaari nating makaharap araw-araw. Kailangan nating tumayo, mayroong mabuting kalooban, upang mabuhay sa ganitong uri ng mundo na puno ng mga pagsubok sa buhay at magkaroon ng lakas upang hawakan at labanan para sa ating mga karapatang kalayaan. Kahit ay nakuha pang maghihiganti sa mga taong nagtaksil sa kanya, tanging inisip niya lamang ang kanyang sarili. Hindi sa lahat ng oras madadaan natin ito sa kapangyarihan, ang lahat ng bagay ay may katapusan. Natanto ko na ang bawat masamang bagay na gawin natin sa iba, asahan natin na babalik sa atin. Kaya kailangan ay dapat palaging maging mabuti, mabuhay sa pag-ibig ng Diyos nang sa gayon ay magkaroon tayo ng kapayapaan sa daigdig na ito. Hindi natin kailangan ilagay sa ating mga kamay ang hustisya, sa halip tanging Diyos lamang ang makakapagsa-ayos nito matuto tayong maghintay ng matiyaga dahil lahat ng bagay ay may rason kung bakit nangyayari. Naging inspirasyon ko ang pelikula na kung saan na-e-engganyo akong magpursigi sa aking pag-aaral dahil ang edukasyon ay regalo na hindi maaaring agawin ng kahit na sino mula sa iyo, at ito ay ang susi para sa isang mas maliwanag at matagumpay na hinaharap. Walang permanente sa ating mundo ngayon “God has a plan for everyone of us” Tanging Diyos lamaang ang nakaka-alam ng lahat. Kung wala kang lovelife ngayon okay lang dahil hindi pa siguro tapos si God na gumawa ng lovestory mo.Wag tayong magmadali dadating at dadating sa buhay natin yan. “Trials are not the reasons to give up, but inspirations to move on.” Mga sakuna o pagsubok hindi ito rason upang maging hadlang sa ating pag-unlad kumbaga isa lamang itong daan para maranasan at maging matapang tayo sa lahat ng bagay kung saan malalampasan natin ito.

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