I’m a single parent with a 7-year old child. Given a chance, I would like her to have another sibling to grow old with, to have someone to to be there for her aside from me. If ever I’m financially and emotionally stable, I’m considering to adopt. Not because, I wanted to, but I feel like, there’s someone out there who needed me as much as we needed him/her.
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I just bought a new pair of eyeglasses over a thousand pesos. And it’s for spare.
Watching this documentary pulled my feet to the ground. I forgot to give and not to spend too much on unnecessary items. I’ll charge it to experience. But now, I want to share this documentary. One of the eye-opening film about parents who still dreams and do all their best for their children regardless of their status in life.
If you like to help, you can search and contact: Project Malasakit
I just saw an old man in dirty rugged clothes crossing the street of Buendia in Makati. He was crossing with us; we, in corporate attire, ready to begin another boring day at work.
Helplessness. That’s how I felt when I saw him. I wondered if he has or had a family. I wondered what happened and what put him in the streets. I wondered if there will be people that would help him.
Idealistic. That’s how I was when I was back in college. I thought I could help change the world. Or do a little thing that might create a ripple effect to positively help our dying world. Keyword: was.
Most people don’t tend to approach dirty, in-need, who have apparent mental illness person that we see in the streets.
I thought I was different. I was not. I was also one of them. Those people who feels helpless at first but chooses to ignore and reason out that we have our own priorities. That we are also in need but we thrive. I am one of them. And I feel guilty about it.
These words that I write while sitting inside a church, wouldn’t matter. This is just me blabbering and wondering if Jesus was walking the earth today, what miracle would he do? What will he do to us, selfish people. Isn’t not our responsibility to give a hand?
Ranting. This is what this is. Though, I think a little prayer wouldn’t hurt, right?
I do believe in miracles. It won’t be me who first casts the net but I pray someone will.
I have a habit of reading during lights off. Just the phone or a little lamp as a source of light.
Suddenly I thought, what if something bad happen to my eyesight? What if I suddenly go blind?
Just the thought made me cry.
I realize that we sometimes, no, most of the time take for granite our senses. Seeing is a blessing as much as touching, as hearing, as tasting and as smelling. What will I do, I’m the breadwinner? I’m thinking of work, possible opportunities for the disabled. I don’t really like that word. But what if it happen to me or someone I love? I’m deeply saddened and rattled by the thought. Thus I say a little prayer:
Lord, thank you for the blessings- for My body and mind; and my saved soul. Help those who are in need. Everything you do is for a reason. Those who are tried are blessing and strong. Thank you for being there always. We may feel alone at times, but I know you’re still there. Remove my anxiety and worries Oh Lord. Hear our prayers. Amen.
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Take care guys.
It is all over the news, the tragedy my country is enduring. Stories of loss, survival and hope are shared with the destruction caused by the Super Typhoon Haiyan.
With all this, the help we are receiving is overwhelming, from international agencies, local and private sectors, celebrities, to individuals. First hand, I saw that “bayanihan” is still alive and is in our nature.
at Phil. Army-Navy Gymnasium
at Phil. Red Cross -Pasig Branch
I am a mere Filipino citizen who is grateful for all these. One can only do so much, but can definitely make a difference. I have friends and families who are donating and volunteering, they are inspirations.
In behalf of all the Filipinos, thank you for the help, support and prayers.
This is not the last disaster that we will face but this is an eye-opener, a life changer.
Let’s keep on praying that no such thing will happen again.
As always, let’s learn and keep paying it forward.
If you want to continually share your blessings, please donate or volunteer.
– Philippine Red Cross
– Gawad Kalinga
– local phil networks: Sagip-Kapamilya, GMA Kapuso Foundation, TV5 Alagang Kapatid
Take care guys.