Maka-Diyos, Maka-tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa (Filipino for “For God, People, Nature, and Country” or “For the Love of God, People, Nature, and Country”) is the national motto of the Philippines.
What is our country’s unofficial motto?
A 1956 law signed by President Dwight Eisenhower made “In God We Trust” the national motto. It also declared that the phrase must appear in capital letters on all paper money.
What is the meaning of Makadiyos?
In localities here, the profession ‘maka-Diyos’ is plastered or written in key areas (e.g. public schools). The literal English translation of the term is ‘being for God‘. In it’s expansive meaning, godliness.
What is our national vegetable?
Here is the list of national symbols of India.
|National Heritage Animal||Indian Elephant|
|Oath of Allegiance||National Pledge|
What is Thailand’s motto?
Thailand’s official motto is “Chat, Satsana, Phra Maha Kasat”.
What are the best motto in life?
Everyone has a different muse, but here are some universal phrases of hope and inspiration.
- “We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” ( Maya Angelou)
- “Be yourself. …
- “One person can make a difference.”
- “Keep your eyes on the prize.”
- “Every day is a second chance.”
- “Tomorrow is another day.”
What are the common Filipino values?
Enumeration of Filipino values
- Family orientation.
- Joy and humor.
- Flexibility, adaptability, and creativity.
- Religious adherence.
- Ability to survive.
- Hard work and industriousness.
What is Pagkamaka Tao?
Pagkamaka-tao. (regards for others) means we deal with other as a fellow human being.