Prayer as Conversations and the Image of God: The Case of Filipino Catholic Students "The novel inquiry into the sociology of prayer typically approaches prayer as a social phenomenon by looking at its nature or the different ways it is carried out by individuals today. Indeed, as my research with undergraduates involved Indeed, as my research with undergraduates involved in Catholic organisations in various universities in Metro Manila demonstrates, prayer is treated as a conversation with God.
The Filipino Youth Today: Rizal Just as our country seeks the help of the youth in solving the problems that it faces, it seems that the youth themselves become the major dilemma of our country at this very hour. The generation of the youth today is far different from the past. Instead of engaging themselves to their family and studies, they usually spend more time with their colleagues that sometimes brought them to danger.
Observing them, everyone can say that the Filipino youth become rebel and liberated nowadays. The way they dress and act is different. They do what they want to do even it can bring them into trouble. They fail to see what their priorities are and it brings them to a senseless direction.
In the yearthe survey conducted by Social Weather Station said that Filipino youth are proud to be a citizen of our country, easily declaring willingness to defend the country in case of war. They put great importance on marriage and family, friends, education, work, religion, society, and money, but not much importance on recreation, hobbies, or politics.
They are very sensitive to how parents and children make personal sacrifices for one other. Not only are they personally religious, but they actively participate in religious organizations very regularly. This fact presented by SWS has been existing until the present time.
To prove this, it is often seen and watched in news programs that individuals range from the ages are ones who betrothed themselves to drugs, alcohol, and smoking. In a study conducted inthere are 2. Why is the Youth seemingly misdirected?
Meanwhile, the most noticeable difference of youth today compared to the past is their engagement in technology.
Because of this, they prefer virtual interaction like text messaging, e-mail, Internet chat, and surfing rather than personal interaction.
Rizal, each and everyone must be involved and empowered, and avoid apathy in the hardships face by the country.
Filipino youth must make an action to prove that we, youth, are the hope of our nation. According to Tata Consultancy Services survey, most prefer communicating through Facebook and Twitter. Seventy four percent of those surveyed said they use Facebook the most to communicate while 54 per cent conceded to use SMS, both significantly higher than the number of students who said they use voice calls 44 per cent for the same purpose.
Challenges to youth in this new age of quick and easy social media come in both the consumption of media and in the creation of media. One of the greatest challenges that youth face in negotiating new media revolves around sex. With the average adolescent watching television for 12 hours per week and using the Internet for Oct 29, · Filipino youth must make an action to prove that we, youth, are the hope of our nation.
The youth today are so exposed in social media and it is verified by a study of the University of Marylan d in that suggested that social media services may be addictive, and that using social media services may lead to a “fear of missing out,” also .
Well-educated, passionate about their country, and dedicated totheir goals and ready to persevere in pursuit of them. To find out the relevance of the claim, this quantitative study was designed to know the desirable traits being considered by the Filipino youth in selecting their potential mate, and how male and female differ in their preferences.
83% of Filipino youth are still heavily reliant on their parents for advice, as compared to 73% globally However, Filipino youth believe that 30 is the age at which it stops being socially acceptable to live with parents – 2 years younger than the global average of Jul 22, · So these are just a few common Filipino traits I can give.
There are so many out there, but these are the ones that really stand out from the rest. If you wanna know more about the Philippines and Filipinos, you can travel to our country and discover the beauty of my land and people for webkandii.coms: Jul 22, · Filipino parents must see their children as individuals, each with different personalities and traits.
They also put a heavy burden on anyone who is younger. It is hard to communicate to an older looking person because of all those expected social webkandii.coms: