Collado, Charlotte Trixie F.COMM1A”Filipino Culture” We Filipinos have a very unique type of culture. We have deep-rooted values that can be seen on the way we live our lives. These values have been passed on to different generations that are still practiced throughout the archipelago.
We Filipinos value our family. We have what we call “close family ties” that is very evident until today which among shows how much we value our family. This close family ties thing can also be see in our very own entertainment be it in movies, television, shows, or even in our music.
Families are our moulding entities that have greatly influenced maybe the way we behave and the way we see things. It just goes to say that we Filipino are very family-oriented people. One very good example of this are the OFW’s that work hard abroad to earn money for their family staying in the Philippines. This means that although they are miles away, they still think of their families, they are driven inspired and motivated to finish their work and support what they have left in their birth country.
We value our family, that’s what makes up unique. That’s what makes us Filipinos. We Filipinos are very religious.
The Christians, the Catholics, the Islams , and other religious groups of this country can prove that Filipinos are deeply rooted in faith. Yes we have different beliefs, but despite of having these differences, we still make it a goal to make friends with everyone. There are no boundaries to which the Filipino believes so much in God, that we help among ourselves because we are the children of God.
We have fear for God, that’s what makes us unique. That’s what makes us Filipinos. These two values that I gave are just the first of many values we have that can be seen throughout our history. There’s so much more that what has to be read in this article.
We are Filipinos, and we are unique. I am Filipino, a proud citizen of the Philippines.Article from: https://www.reviewessays.com/Social-Issues/Filipino-Culture/63775.html