As Rizal wanted us to love our language because it is one of the portent symbolizing our Filipino emblem.
Rizal's m ;)ain point of view of writing the poem “To my Fellow Children”, is to uplift the spirit of the Filipinos in adoring our own language because loving and using of one's native tongues was one of the badges of a true patriot. Loving your own language led to the fulfillment of the liberty Filipinos were hungry for. But now in our time, we have already gained our freedom and we have now our own institution but it seems that we are still colonized by other realm. Because of the modern technologies, we saw ourselves unconsciously patronizing foreign languages. Also, the prominent nations served as our standard for classes in the society. Additionally, using foreign languages seemed to be the basis of intelligence and eminence in the society. And what Rizal was trying to resound is that even our very own Filipino language is also a language to be respected and valued. As Rizal written on the fourth stanza, the Filipino language is likewise with the angels' tongue and others. All of the languages in the world are equal and there should be no hierarchy that our native tongue is at the bottom of the list.
Being the youth in today's era, we must hand in hand corroborate what Rizal believed us to be, that we are the hopes our motherland. Before being our nation's pride and representing the Philippines, one should begin at the very start. Patronizing and inculcating in our soul and mind our language. For language is not only a communication tool but the expression of one's identity, of one's individual and social consciousness. Without a common identity, there could be no real sense of nationhood. Most importantly, Filipino, or native tongue is a very valuable possession of our own country that Filipinos must be really proud of.