It was like a code of conduct that shows how to be a true Filipino in words and action. I believe that this Kartilya ng Katipuan shows the path on how to live a meaningful life for every Filipino. Many of us may have different explanation and understanding about it but it is appropriate to have a better understanding or explanation to its contents. The first highlights the significance of living life with a purpose.
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The Kartilya ng Katipunan English: Primer of the Katipunan  served as the guidebook for new members of the organization, which laid out the group's rules and principles. The first edition of the Kartilya was written by Emilio Jacinto. The Decalogue, originally titled Katungkulang Gagawin ng mga Z. Duties of the Sons of the People , was never published because Bonifacio believed that Jacinto's Kartilya was superior to what he had made. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kartilya ng Katipunan Author Emilio Jacinto The Kartilya ng Katipunan English: Primer of the Katipunan  served as the guidebook for new members of the organization, which laid out the group's rules and principles.
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Direct translation of the complete text of Emilio Jacinto's "Kartilya ng Katipunan"
This is direct translation of the complete text of the Kartilya from Tagalog by Epifanio delos Santos. In order that those who wish to join this Association may have a thorough knowledge of its purposes and of its existing regulations, it is necessary that these be published, to the end that they may not to-morrow or the day after repent, and. This Association pursues a very high and great object: the union in ideas and purpose of the Filipinos, by means of a strong oath, in order that this union may become the force that shall tear the dense veil which obscures intelligence, and may find the path of Reason and Light. Once in the Association, the member will abandon all disorderly life and place himself under the orders and rules of the Association.
Andres Bonifacio’s Decalogue, and the Kartilya ng Katipunan
Philippine Center for Masonic Studies. Other historians like Teodoro Agoncillo, later challenged this claim his version was August 23, at Pugad Lawin , and soon, as other accounts surfaced, the date and place of its actual occurrence became a national controversy. But the Katipunan was not just a cry for freedom. It caught the passion of ordinary people, willing to stake their lives and overcome the dread of reprisals; believing that worse fate awaited their families if they did not stand up to face their oppressors. It was a secret society that had a formal hierarchy composed of a supreme council and local councils, and a ritual of membership often mistaken for Masonry. It was Andres Bonifacio who first formulated a code of conduct and to whom the Dekalogo ng Katipunan was attributed. But it was not published; instead, it was said that upon reading the Kartilya drafted by Jacinto, Bonifacio decided that it was superior to his Dekalogo, and adopted it as the official primer of the Katipunan.