PABULA (Filipino Fables): The Definition & Examples

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Here is the definition of Pabula or fable and the examples

Pabula or Fable in Filipino is a literary genre which uses animals, plants, legendary creatures and inanimate objects as characters.

These characters are given the qualities of humans such as the ability to speak. Fables are also stories that teach moral lessons.

Pabula

Ang Lobo at ang Tupa

Moral lesson: In trying times, learn to use your creativity.

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Ang Magkapitbahay na Kambing at Kalabaw

Moral lesson: Do not unto others what you don’t want others would do unto you.

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Ang Bata at ang Lobo

Moral lesson: Before coming up with a final decision, make sure it is well-thought.

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Pabula

Baryo Maligaya

Moral lesson: Over-confidence and boastfulness can destroy.

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Si Mahistrado Kuwago

Moral lesson: Justice shall prevail.

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Pabula

Si Alitaptap at si Paruparo

Moral lesson: A friend in need is a friend, indeed. Don’t hesitate to lend a helping a hand to other people.

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Si Langgam at si Tipaklong

Moral lesson: Be prepared for the hard times in the future.

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Pabula

Ang Palaka at ang Kalabaw

Moral lesson: Be humble.

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Ang Madaldal na Pagong

Moral lesson: Fulfill what you promised and focus on your goal in life.

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Pabula

Ang Anino ng Buriko

Moral lesson: Be grateful to the people who helped you.

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