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Thou shalt worship God in the form which thy conscience may deem most righteous and worthy for in thy conscience which condemns thy evil deeds and praises thy good ones speaks thy God -- Apolinario Mabini Hero of the Philippine Revolution Apolinario Mabini Conscience and Brains of the Philippine Revolution the Sublime Paralytic key adviser of Emilio Aguinaldo proposed the first constitution of the Philippine Republic born July 22 1864 Barrio Talaga Tanawan Batangas to Inocencio Mabini Dionisia Maranan died May 13 1903 Born of a poor family Apolinario Mabini was always studious He was always sad and silent and liked to sit alone to meditate Mabini studied at San Juan de Letran where he got his Bachelor of Arts degree and Professor of Latin He also finished Law He was a spokesman of the Congress and a notary public In early 1896 he contracted a severe fever which paralyzed him for the rest of his life He was later called the Sublime Paralytic Mabini was most active in the revolution in 1898 when he became the chief adviser of Gen Aguinaldo during the revolution He drafted decrees and proposed a constitution for the Philippine Republic He made the plans for the revolutionary government In 1899 he was captured by the Americans but was later set free In 1901 he was exiled to Guam but returned to the Philippines in 1903 after agreeing to take an oath of allegiance to the US He took his oath on February 26 1903 before the Collector of Customs On May 13 1903 he died of cholera in Manila Excerpts from Talambuhay ng mga Bayani by Rene Alba It was immediately before the proclamation of independence that a young man was brought before Aguinaldo as his adviser He was Apolinario Mabini Born of very poor parents
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