“It’s really either you’ll hate it or love it. Think of it as a blessing so it won’t be a burden to you. Think of it as a challenge so you may find ways to deal with it at the same time improving yourself and discovering other wonderful things about you as a person. Or think of it as your greatest fear that it’s a must for you to conquer. Kaya yan! Believe in yourself, in your judgment, in your instinct. When in doubt, ask Him, ask other reliable people. You have good bosses who are willing to help. Enjoy the climb to the top. 🙂 “
To Anne: Kaya mo yan! Don’t give up. God bless!
Padasek ay man-inap si udom. Sapay koma ta wada’y mayat ay pan-alisan. Asi sapay koma ta makaanapak ay dagos. Sigaak ay kumaan sina ay enggay lawlawa di iyat ko ay man-obla.
Kanak nu adak mapadasan nan kaman nina. Way patinggan baw di amin ay banag.
The observant I noticed that some people going up are local tourists. It’s election on Monday and yet some people use the long breaks to go on vacation instead of doing their responsibility and exercising their right to vote. Sad but true.
We always complain that the Philippines is getting worse, that corrupt officials are all over the place but when the right venue is already there for us to make a stand that could change our country, we don’t even care. Voting takes only a small fraction of our time. We don’t need the whole day to write our candidates in the ballot, accomplish some forms and fingerprint and drop our ballot in the ballot box. It may take some effort and careful thinking and judgment for us to decide who to vote but in the end, that will pay off if we made the right decisions.
No one else will help the Philippines soar high but we Filipinos, just a no one else will help ourselves achieve our dreams but us. We cannot rely on other’s donations and financial support. Wake up Pinoys! These so called supports from foreign countries usually have something at stake, something that will also be beneficial to tem. This is not a generalization though. It’s not only my own opinion as well. It’s what analysts say, as seen in some local TV shows and documentaries.
But then again, it’s not yet late. If we start now, Philippines will go a long way. I am very optimistic on that. I hope you are too.