The motto of Rizal's " To The Philippine Youth” is complete conformity with the central idea of the composition. During those times, our interpersonal and educational lives are controlled by the superiority of the Spaniards over the Filipinos. We simply cannot ignore the fact that the Spaniards instilled several things in our heads, including the perception of being poor to these people, the greater capability of the foreigners to run an increased government, and the fact that they are really much wiser than the natives. With the theme, " Expand, O Timid Flower”, Rizal is motivating the fair hope from the fatherland, which can be the junior, the poets, singers, sculptors, painters, and natives to unfold their very own talents. He can persuading those to use all their talents to the fullest, to soar to the clouds in their richest dreams, to melt man's misery, woe, anguish through the sweetness of their songs, to press a spirit in the rock or in marble, and also to put the colorful scenes on the white canvasses. It is very obvious that what the poem is trying to express would be that the Filipino Young ones are the dear hope of the fatherland. There exists a sense of nationalism inside the poem. Through our expertise, expertise, and knowledge, we can easily defend the beloved country from anyone who tries to tyrannize us. All of us are responsible to maintain our nation as an independent nation designed for the colonizers, but for the near future generations of Filipinos. Rizal wrote this kind of poem to empower the minds of each and every Filipino Junior. We are the future. We are the country's desire. He features us therefore we should certainly not fail him and achieve the reality. We need to use the talents, expertise, expertise, and knowledge not only for our very own successes but in addition for the success of our fatherland. Especially, we should be thankful to Our Changeless God to get his love and his benefits to us and to the dearly dearest country.