Jose Rizal's Moustache
Each of us has the right to generate our own id and produce our own appears that makes all of us different from others. Men just like us grew our " bigoteвЂќ or moustache for different reasons. A few to show to other people all their masculinity, others believe that it is a simple of being " machoвЂќ or attractive, other says that moustache adds on the sex appeal of men as it was value to tickle the ladies while others merely grow moustache without any cause at all. But for Rizal, his moustache relatively signifies his rebellion to the current government and he ever done it as a way to fast the time if he was already starting to plan some new tactics to use against his enemies.
In my opinion that publishing a message of defiance on his face by short hair strands of hair is great way of starting his rebellion with the Spaniards. His moustache signified how he tried to change his appearance just to make his silent strike to the inappropriate Spaniards. Although others think that it was coward of him to battle the Spaniards by using his pen and paper through his novels and works and not bolos and pistols in losing blood in the battlefield, My spouse and i still assume that Rizal's method of fighting against the Spaniards can be admirable and that we should thank him for that because in one way or another, he continue to contributed to the independence and freedom that we experience at this time.
Jose Rizal's moustache is already part of his identity, his appearance, and his patriotism just to save his country from captivity. His moustache makes his face appearance so strict, just right intended for his strict mission intended for freedom. Rizal won't be Rizal without his moustache.