Nspc winning piece


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  • Division Memo No. 61 S. 2018 – 2018 NSPC Winning School Paper Advisers Meeting
  • He threw the slipper left in his foot on the water so that someone might find and use it. At a young age, Jose Rizal already showed signs of being a good Filipino citizen. A person who is brave and selfless and does not hesitate to risk his life just for those Filipinos who remain coward when it is the right time to be strong.

    That abusive and unfair ways of running policies that would eventually be an apprehension. As a move, he would write a novel, an article or a film that persuade those people who lack humanitarian respect and integrity. Human trafficking, child abuse and prostitution are a few examples of it. I am sure that he would inform everyone in these sublime woes that cast apprehensions in the possible jeopardy.

    Each of us should never let anyone discriminate our nationality and get slaved. He diligently informed his fellow countrymen what is wrong when Spaniards came over to the Philippines. The long years of no freedom in our own country, incorrect salary for their Filipino workers, costly tax-paying, overly-dramatic ordinances, unpermitted and disrespectful invasion in our country and the inhumanly incorrect treatment they offered us.

    These novels like Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo conveys a message that we should not tolerate graft and corruption on these people who wears conspiratorial smiles because of conspicuous consumption. An eye opener to make a stand on what is missing in place. He tried to communicate through words that miraculously flowed right into his fingertips. Filipino people before were so coward to speak that they gave in and tolerated those Spaniards to threaten or frighten them with their weapons.

    Filpinos let them enter their lives because they are afraid to get killed when they fight back. Jose Rizal came for as a back-up, as a person who encouraged them not to surrender against those impartial ways of the Spaniards. That means, not because they have weapons that can kill, we cannot win or fight with them as possible. He was there silently fighting with his weapon and an improvised sword, his plumate or pluma. And by that, he was already considered as a hero.

    If we let those abusive people rule over us, then forever we will remain be in poverty. Jose Rizal may be buried sixty feet above the ground. But his history will never fade and be covered up with dusty webs.

    Kaninong anino? I have one guess for this question. That phrase can be repeated over again. But the real thing is its only part of the truth we keep on believing. Just like Rizal, we should start by accepting ourselves as a Filipino and instead of under estimating of our own nationality, we should be proud of who we are and how can we improve ourselves by starting in a little ways we can do. Maybe it would take time to be loyal to our country since individuals have their own mindset and perspective in life.

    But it is our duty to work together as one because we live in this parallel universe and in a specific country that has enough rooms for progress if we wished for it. Jose Rizal as a National Hero is not Superman that has super strengths or powers. But his background is a picture of bravery anyone could admire; make him as an inspiration and most of all, to be a reminder that everyone can be a hero themselves. Not literally give up your own life, but the fearless in protecting our Filipino identities and raise our flags to say that we are free from abusers who attempted to colonize us.

    We are already blessed with bountiful harvests we import from high class countries, blessed with a handful of tourist spots so in short- we are already at the peak of progress. What lacks in the Philippines is also Jose Rizal wished for us to have. Unity and cooperation in our country, to build in and fight for what is really rightful. Who would not feel happy or contented when our dear Philippines are moving on for another step of progress building passionate and productive Filipinos?

    Jose P. Rizal would love to see us coping up and live in a fair life. No abusers and free from opportunists. Our national hero had contributed something big in our country. We already followed tracing his steps by making an effort to do it.

    Jose Rizal had done this part to be a Filipino by heart. To make the Philippines be a Three P county, right? Eden Mae D.

    The possibility of me to join was microbial. It was because I had no any backdrop. My first DSPC was a shocking one for me.

    It was because I landed 5th place. My photos landed 5th place. Not bad for a fifth grade first timer. I deluded myself that I took great photos. That 5th place was the start of my journalism journey. I was stupefied by my second DSPC. It was because I landed 1st Place!!! My headline and my copy reading marks landed 1st place. That 1st place was the start of my journalism journey to RSPC. RSPC Ozamiz was also a great experience for me, thus it served as an adventure.

    It was a thrilled situation for me because I was just a freshman competing with older students in DSPC. Luckily I reached the 4th Place and my team won the Radio Broadcasting.

    My teammates were older than me and I was out-of-place. By that we grabbed the 3rd Place for Best Script. It was also the start of me expressing through writing and my eagerness to land a place in RSPC.

    Not just because about the beauty of the island and the fun brought by the people around me but because I landed my most awaited place. That was the time I had proven to myself that I could be the best campus journalist. That was the time that competing to school press conferences became a passion. And that was the time my NSPC dream was established. I was more determined to keep my winning streak.

    RSPC Oroquieta was heartbreaking. My heart shattered into pieces when I heard 3rd Place in Feaure Writing was from my division but it was not me. My heart died when I heard 1st Place in Feature Writing was from my division but it was not me. That was the worst RSPC for me. I cried and tend to leave journalism.

    But, the fire burning inside of me ignited. I should strive harder. I should never quit. I was shocked about the result of feature because I thought my article was the weakest. RSPC Malaybalay was one of the best, yet a heart stopper. I had to leave Feature Writing for TV Broadcasting because it was said in the guidelines that no one should have two events. I cried a bucket of tears the moment I chose. It was a heart stopper because of TV Broadcasting.

    No words could fit to describe the experiences and roll of emotions we felt. It was insanely memorable. I had not reached the top spot. I wasted five RSPCs. I failed to light up my dream. I failed to experience my first NSPC. I failed to hear my name being called as one of the NSPC qualifiers. I failed to compete nationwide. I failed of not being the best campus journalist.

    I failed because NSPC remained a dream for me- a blurry dream. Though my NSPC dream had reached the end of the road, one thing is for sure- I would never stop writing.

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    A truth that speaks the voice of the majority. A truth that coincides with fair justice.

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    A truth that leads to the uplifting of a unified nation under the guidance of the moral values we have. But be reminded that the truth hurts. However, followers who tell the truth and leaders who listen to it are an unbeatable combination. However, there is one thing that totally confuses my young and arable mind.

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    In the principles of ideal followership, one must recognize the authority a leader possesses. A recognition that requires great respect given to the leader itself. Or can we be just like the bamboo tree, able to change its side to the strung of the winds? Whatever is your answer, one thing is for sure, leaders need its followers; followers too need their leaders.

    The present social and political crisis we Filipinos currently face needs constant attention both from our leaders and we as their followers inorder to attain our vision. I was stupefied by my second DSPC.

    It was because I landed 1st Place!!! My headline and my copy reading marks landed 1st place. That 1st place was the start of my journalism journey to RSPC. RSPC Ozamiz was also a great experience for me, thus it served as an adventure. It was a thrilled situation for me because I was just a freshman competing with older students in DSPC.

    Luckily I reached the 4th Place and my team won the Radio Broadcasting. My teammates were older than me and I was out-of-place.

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    By that we grabbed the 3rd Place for Best Script. It was also the start of me expressing through writing and my eagerness to land a place in RSPC. Not just because about the beauty of the island and the fun brought by the people around me but because I landed my most awaited place.

    That was the time I had proven to myself that I could be the best campus journalist.

    Division Memo No. 61 S. 2018 – 2018 NSPC Winning School Paper Advisers Meeting

    That was the time that competing to school press conferences became a passion. And that was the time my NSPC dream was established. I was more determined to keep my winning streak. RSPC Oroquieta was heartbreaking. I made it to the headline! Ang Batis is the official school paper of Mariano Marcos Memorial High School and they are so proud of our achievement in NSPC that they still highlighted the historical win the following school year. Nahalukay sa baul!

    It was held in the historical city of Malolos, Bulacan in December It was a pioneer contest that paved the way for more trailblazing categories. We prepared for TV newscasting in the regionals but ended in radio news reporting during the nationals. All the winners were announced from other categories first. Ours was the last. There were tons of butterflies in my stomach.


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