What Is the Meaning of Rizals the Last Farewell?

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The poem 'My Last Farewell' was Jose Rizal's patriotic goodbyes, first to his country, his family and above all to his Heavenly Father. To his country he said, 'With gladness do I give you my life.' He tried to comfort his parents and dear ones with these lines: 'I'll go where there are no slaves, tyrants or hangmen; Where faith does not kill and where God alone does reign.' The last line of the poem says: 'To die is to rest.'
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