He has defined for me many vexatious quandaries in government, the wrinkles in the faded fabric of our free institutions. That treaty, according to Azcuna, did not give enough recognition to Philippine sovereignty.
Posted under Filipino Culture Sunday August 20, Once upon a time there was a turtle who was very kind and patient. He had many friends.
Among them was a monkey, who was very selfish. He always wanted to have the best part of everything. One day the monkey went to visit the turtle. The monkey asked his friend to accompany him on a journey to the next village.
The turtle agreed, and they started early the next morning. The monkey did not take much food with him, because he did not like to carry a heavy load. The turtle, on the contrary, took a big supply.
He advised the monkey to take more, but the monkey only laughed at him. After they had been travelling five days, the monkey's food was all gone, so the turtle had to give him some.
The monkey was greedy, and kept asking for more all the time. After a few minutes the monkey stopped, and said, "Can't you travel a little faster?
The turtle handed over all his food to the monkey, who ran away as fast as he could, leaving the turtle far behind. The turtle was soon very tired and much out of breath, but he kept on. The monkey climbed a tree by the roadside, and looked back. When he saw his friend very far in the rear, he ate some of the food.
At last the turtle came up. He was very hungry, and asked the monkey for something to eat. The monkey ran ahead and did the same thing as before, but this time he ate all the food. I ate all there was, and I am still hungry. While they were on their way, they met a hunter.
The monkey saw the hunter and climbed a tree, but the man caught the turtle and took it home with him. The monkey laughed at his friend's misfortune. But the hunter was kind to the turtle: One day the monkey happened to pass near the house of the hunter.
When he saw that his friend was tied fast, he sneered at him; but after he had remained there a few hours, and had seen how the turtle was fed every hour, he envied the turtle's situation. So when night came, and the hunter was asleep, the monkey went up to the turtle, and said, "Let me be in your place.
The monkey, however, kept urging and begging the turtle, so that finally the turtle yielded. Then the monkey set the turtle free, and tied himself to the tree. The turtle went off happy; and the monkey was so pleased, that he could hardly sleep during the night for thinking of the food the hunter would give him in the morning.
Early the next morning the hunter woke and looked out of his window. He caught sight of the monkey, and thought that the animal was stealing his bananas. So he took his gun and shot him dead.
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A sample of Rizal's illustration of The Monkey and The Turtle The Turtle and the Monkey (Tagalog: Ang Pagong at ang Matsing or Si Pagong at si Matsing) also known as The Monkey and the Turtle is .
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