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  5. As a result of over 300 years of colonization and fierce conversion efforts by Spanish Catholics, more than 80% of Filipino people are Roman Catholic, making Catholicism the main religion of the Philippines. It is the only predominantly Christian country in all of Asia. Of the remaining religious groups, approximately 8.2% of Filipinos are Protestant and 5.6% are Muslim. The number of people who practice tribal or folk religions hovers around 2%, and 1.9% of the population identify as “other”, a designation that includes Buddhists, Hindus, and Jews. Less than 1% of the population is religiously unaffiliated. Colonization and Catholicism Motivated by the lure of the spice trade and access to the Chinese silk market, Portuguese navigator (under the Spanish flag) Fernand Magellan was the first European to set foot on the islands of the Philippines, though he was killed in an altercation with native people before he could complete his journey. By 1560, the Spanish colonizers were firmly established in the Philippines—named in honor of the Spanish King Philip II. Clergymen quickly followed Magellan’s original voyage, as conversion of native populations was a priority for the Spanish in southeast Asia. Colonizers found Manila, the capital, to have a great harbor that allowed them to establish a ship trade, using the silver from the mines of Mexico as forms of payment. Little interest in land products led the Spanish government to allocate large properties to members of the clergy, who would then administer over the local population, providing academic and ecclesiastic education. The speed and force of catholicization made the Philippines the only majority-Christian country in Asia, a designation it maintains today. Protestantism and Other Christian Minorities Protestant missionaries did not arrive in the Philippines in the early 20th century, though the American Bible Society made attempts to smuggle translated Bibles into the country during the late 1800s. After the Spanish-American War, the United States appropriated colonial control over the Philippines and established a core of Protestant missionaries. The first minister of the Philippines was named in 1899. The majority-Catholic population of the Philippines was viewed by the American population as not truly Christian, as a result of the anti-Catholic sentiment that existed in the United States at the turn of the century. However, evangelical efforts by Protestant missionaries lacked the force and fervor of their Catholic predecessors because the American people feared conversion efforts would lead to the immigration of nonwhite Catholics. For this reason, Protestant mission work was marked by a certain racism, though the Protestant missionaries supported the development of a public school system. Protestantism’s true mark on the Philippines was in the transmission of American values, including interest in sports, music, and civil organization. The YMCA, for example, was established in Manila in 1904. The National Council of Churches in the Philippines, a community of Protestant churches, was formed in 1963. The Council is still the representative for the Protestant minority groups in the Philippines. Islam in the Philippines Islam is the oldest monotheistic religion in the Philippines. The first recorded Muslim trader arrived in the southern islands of the Philippines in 1380, and religious leaders and traders continued to travel to the region via ancient trade routes from the Middle East, across India and the Indian Ocean, and onward into Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. By the time the Spanish arrived at the beginning of the 16th century, Manila was ruled by a Muslim, and the populations of the southern island Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago islands were thoroughly Islamic. Spanish-Catholic and Filipino-Muslim relations were defined by the wars between the Christians and the Moors that inhabited the Iberian peninsula prior to the Age of Exploration. The final Moorish stronghold in Spain fell at the end of the 15th century, and the Spanish reached the Philippines shortly after, leaving little time to separate the animosity for the Moors from the Muslim population in the Philippines. The Spanish colonizers labeled the southern Filipino Muslims moros, after the Moors of the Iberian peninsula. Southern Filipino Muslims adopted the term and still use it to define themselves in the contemporary Philippines. The southern Muslim populations resisted Catholicism for three centuries of the Spanish colonization period. The United States, in an attempt to unify the Philippines after taking control of the islands, met with heavy resistance in the Muslim communities. The American forces responded with violence, and the Muslims suffered heavy casualties. However, the communities maintained fairly autonomous control until the United States pulled out from its colonial holdings in 1946. The ongoing conflict between Muslims and Catholics in the Philippines marks the contemporary religious climate of the country. Filipino Tribal Religions Very little is known about the pre-colonial religions of the Philippines. What information researchers have is linked to archeological findings and the practices of contemporary Filipinos. While the Catholic Church had no more than 400 active clergymen in the Philippines at a given time, these priests were able to draw in and convert young Philippines with the lure of education. The conversion and assimilation efforts of the Catholic Church all but wiped out the indigenous, tribal beliefs of native Filipinos, but some elements of Filipino tribal religion and worship permeated the Catholic practice, creating a religious hybrid. It is from these hybrid religious practices that researchers determined that native Filipinos practiced various forms of animism and maintained strong connections to the natural and spiritual worlds. Buddhism, Hinduism, and Judaism: The Other Religious Minorities There are no written records of the entrance of Buddhism or Hinduism in the Philippines, but archeological evidence suggests both were fairly influential in the region by the ninth century. Researchers have discovered Buddha statues in northern parts of the Philippines, an indication that Buddhism likely arrived through India and China rather than the south. By contrast, ancient pottery inscribed with Sanskrit was found in the southern, majority-Muslim parts of the country, indicating that Hindu arrived via Indonesia and Malaysia. Additionally, traditional folklore, particularly of rural communities, features parallels to traditional Buddhist and Hindu stories. Judaism was prohibited in the Philippines from the Spanish Inquisition onward, and forced conversion was the policy for all Jewish people. After the United States seized colonial power in the Philippines, Jews were permitted to organize and practice openly. During World War II, Jewish refugees fled from Europe, seeking asylum in the Philippines. Though asylum was granted by the United States, the Japanese interned Jews as enemies of the state during the Japanese invasion of the Philippines. As few as 300 Jewish people survived in the Philippines after the liberation of the country, and the population of Jews in the contemporary Philippines remains low. Contemporary Religion in the Philippines Religious tensions between the Muslim population in the southern islands of the Philippines and the Catholic populations in the northern islands has dramatically slowed the growth of the Filipino economy over the course of the 20th century. Though the central government of the Philippines, located in Manila, has maintained religious tolerance in order to keep the peace, increasing numbers of Catholics are settling in predominantly Islamic communities in the south, creating tension and conflict between the central Manila government and Islamic separatists groups. Fueled by identity politics and violence within the region, the people of the island of Mindanao passed a referendum in January 2019 to become an autonomous region in the Philippines. The region will be called Bangsamoro, or a nation of Moors. for more information please visit the link below! [Hidden Content]
  6. i'm not own this article big credits to the writers of this. The trend of owning exotic pets has increased in the past years for various reasons like the increase in availability, the desire for alternative pets, or the changing trend in pet ownership. Exotic animals do have a certain appeal that is different from the common house pets that we’ve all gotten used to. If you are a pet enthusiast or wildlife lover, you should know that owning an exotic pet is not kids’ stuff. There are information you should be aware of and regulations you should strictly follow. Here are some guidelines you must know about getting an exotic pet in the Philippines. Animals are called exotic when they don’t naturally exist in a country. According to a study on exotic species in the Philippine pet trade by Emerson Sy (2015), the most popular exotic reptiles and amphibians in the Philippines belong to the aquatic frog, turtle, and lizard family. Some of the popular ones are the African clawed frog, red-eared slider turtle, and leopard gecko. Buying an exotic pet Farms and pet traders are required to register and get a permit to sell exotic animals from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Besides checking if the store has a Wildlife Farm Permit (WFP), be sure to check if they are permitted to sell the specific exotic animal you plan to buy. While some threatened species can be traded, critically endangered animals are without question not allowed to be sold or bought. To avoid trouble, you can also consult with the regional DENR office if the exotic pet you want to buy is legally documented. In Metro Manila, you can contact DENR-NCR at (02)435-2509. Registering your exotic pet It’s not that difficult to register your exotic pet. It’s better to go through this simple task now than to have your pet confiscated for not having the necessary permit. DENR is also the one responsible for issuing the Certificate of Wildlife Registration (CWR). You can get it at the DENR office in your area with a registration fee of only Php 50. Meanwhile, traveling with your exotic pet or bringing it outside of the country also requires certain permits. So, be sure to coordinate with the DENR office as well if you have such plans in the future. Caring for your exotic pet Owning a pet, whether it’s a cat or dog or wildlife, is not just a hobby. You need not only to invest money in purchasing them but also to dedicate some of your time to understand and ensure their welfare. Before buying an exotic pet, be sure to do some research and understand its nature, maintenance, and dietary requirements. Make sure that you can sustain their needs and provide them with a nice home. It would also help to know local vets in your area in case your pet gets sick or needs special care. for more details of this article please visit the link below [Hidden Content]
  7. A relationship is composed of many things: friendship, sexual attraction, intellectual compatibility, and, of course, love. Love is the glue that keeps a relationship strong and solid. But how do you know if you are truly in love? Here are some signs that the emotion you are feeling is healthy, life-enhancing love. 1. Love is not lust Despite the phrase “it was love at first sight”, love is not something we feel right away. That strong feeling of attraction, like a magnet pulling you towards that person you’ve just met? That’s infatuation and sexual chemistry. Mother nature gives us a big dose of infatuation in order to get us together initially. Love does include sexual chemistry but it differs because it is an emotion that takes time to build. Lust can appear in an instant; love evolves over a period of time as you get to know the other person inside and out. 2. A relationship without love is not really a fully-faceted relationship You may be immensely sexually-attracted to your partner but that does not mean you love your partner. If you haven’t developed a base of loving feelings with your partner, once the sexual spark dies down, you will become bored. 3. Love, like fine wine, takes time to bloom A loving relationship is not built in a day. The threads of love take time to weave together to form a strong bond. It is only as you and your partner share your thoughts, fears, dreams and hopes that love takes root. So trust the process and don’t rush love. It has its own timetable that needs to be respected and not hurried. 4. Is there only one true love? We talk about “soul mates” but humans are built with the capacity to love over and over again. Thankfully so, or we would never recover from our high school crush, or losing a partner to divorce or death. 5. Love is generous In a truly loving relationship, we give to the other without an expectation of return. We don’t keep an account of who did what for the other. Giving pleasure to our partner gives us pleasure, too. 6. We feel what our partner feels When we see our partner happy, we feel a sense of joy as well. When we see that they are sad or depressed, we feel their blue mood, too. With love comes empathy for the other person’s emotional state. 7. Love means compromise When we love someone, we are willing to compromise in order to accommodate their needs or desires. But we don’t sacrifice our own self in doing this, nor should the other person require us to sacrifice our own self for their personal gain. That’s not love; that’s control and abuse. 8. Respect and kindness When we love, we act respectfully and kindly towards each other. We do not intentionally hurt or denigrate our partner. When we talk about them in their absence, it is with such warmth that the listeners can hear the love in our words. We do not criticize our partner behind their backs. 9. We act with ethics and morals Our love for the other person enables us to act morally and ethically, both with them and in our community. Their presence in our life makes us want to be a better person so that they will continue to admire us. 10. We are guardians of each other’s solitude With love, we never feel lonely, even when alone. The very thought of the other person makes us feel as if we have a guardian angel with us at all times. 11. Their wins are sources of happiness for us, not jealousy When our partner succeeds at something after a long effort, we beam with joy as if we were the winner, too. There is no feeling of jealousy or competition, just pure pleasure at seeing our beloved’s success. 12. They are always on our mind Even when separated for work, travel, or other commitments, our thoughts drift towards them and what they might be doing “right now.” 13. Sexual intimacy deepens With love, sex becomes sacred. Different from the early days, our lovemaking now is deep and holy, a true joining of bodies and minds. 14. We feel safe The presence of love in the relationship allows us to feel protected and safe as if the other person is a safe harbor for us to come home to. With them, we feel a sense of security and stability. 15. We feel seen and heard Our partner sees us for who we are and still loves us. We can show all our sides, positive and negative, and receive their love unconditionally. They know who we are at our core. Love allows us to bare our souls and feel grace in return. 16. Love allows us to fight without fear Secure in our love relationship, we know we can argue and that it will not break us apart. We agree to disagree and we don’t hold grudges for too long because we don’t like to hold bad feelings towards our partner.
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