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You are on page 1of 2 Search inside document Courage by Bienvenido N. Santos A story that portrays how easy it is to pass judgment about other people without first trying to understand them; while some find strength in their courage to endure all. The class of Section A did not like their new adviser, Mr. Arsenio L. He was quiet, distant and he never smiled. Their excellent performance, however, went unacknowledged.

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The class of Section A did not like their new adviser, Mr. Arsenio L. He was quiet, distant and he never smiled. Their excellent performance, however, went unacknowledged. Much the students did not understand about Mr. He had to be different from the more pleasant teachers. He knew his lessons by heart, mastered them yet he showed no passion.

It was like reading a great story or reciting a lovely poem detachedly, lacking vivacity. There were days that Mr. Torres was absent but the students never bothered to ask why. They even wished he would stay away a little longer. Unpopular as he was, no one noted any change in his appearance that was out of the ordinary. Section A was in-charge with the morning program.

Torres decided a common song for the duet that was not about courage. He wanted them also to wear white because he liked white. They voiced their protests, which he ignored. The girls for the duet wanted another song. Torres relented but they would never forget his strange voice and the look on his face. For Mr. Apparently, he had been sick but had kept it a secret. He spoke in a broken voice about how Mr.

Torres was misunderstood and misjudged because of his seeming indifference and his inability to laugh or smile. Courage drove him to teach, to live each day through pain as if nothing was wrong. If only they knew or made an effort to know The two girls sang Mr. The students in white were quiet as they proceeded to their empty classroom.

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Santos was born in Tondo, Manila, on March 22, When Santos started school, the Philippines was already a colony of the United States and instruction was in English. In his early attempts at creative writing, Santos developed an ear for three kinds of communication: Pampango in the songs his mother sang at home; English in the poems and stories his teacher read at school; and Tagalog in the street life of the Tondo slums. Santos left for America in September as a pensionado scholar of the Philippine Commonwealth government.

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Courage by Bienvenido N

The usual fifteen-minute program bases on the theme-this morning the theme was loyalty-followed the brief ritual of raising the colors atop a tall pole in front of the high school building. It was a freshmen program. Then a youth gave a brief talk on loyalty. The program was climaxed by the patriotic pledge, recited slowly and in unison. The new teacher was impressed. He said he like it-the song, even the speech, everything.

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Santos A story that portrays how easy it is to pass judgment about other people without first trying to understand them; while some find strength in their courage to endure all. The class of Section A did not like their new adviser, Mr. Arsenio L. He was quiet, distant and he never smiled. Their excellent performance, however, went unacknowledged. Much the students did not understand about Mr. He had to be different from the more pleasant teachers.

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