Naglalaro sa dilim
Was a bit down, so took some shots earlier around the mall area, and eventually played with my phone cam’s B&W filter. Had some fun with the usual formula: phone cam, lights, lines and patterns. Later I used Windows’ obscure editing tools. But thanks Microsoft, I survive with your software, lol. Meanwhile, my post prod skills are a work in progress. :)
Good night, world.
Do you know what a dream board is?
A dream board is supposed to be this board or wall of pictures and images that represent the things you really want in the future (near or far). The images you use don’t have to be many but they must feel right and somehow definitive of the goals that you’re setting your mind on.
You can have your dream board on a notebook, on your wall or on your phone or desktop computer. And when you have it up, it’ll remind you of the dreams you want to achieve. So when life gets confusing or when you really need the motivation, especially during the “hard work” phase of making your goals come true, you’ll find it easier to focus on your dreams.
Hey that’s something I really want to have. I’ll visit you yet. To a better me!
It’s definitely something to inspire you along the way.
Well mine’s a work in progress, but I’m thinking it will definitely feature styles I’d really like to try when I’m fit enough to wear them. It’s exciting but also daunting. But I’ll know I’ll get there.
Dream beautiful dreams
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I think I’m starting to understand better how the right kind of love is able to expand the capacity of your heart for understanding, patience and acceptance. It really makes you grow. :)
feeling lazy. oh no!
Sometimes Always, the best thing you could give to people is friendship. :)
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Good morning! Second semester is here. Hopefully, it’ll be as exciting and enchanting as the majestic Sarimanok! fingers crossed :D
The idea is always that we can be heroes of today, as much as the Filipinos before us were heroes of the past. The tasks of today may be differently formed, but require the same love of country that ensured we had ours free in the first place. The heroism of today is much more personal, but no less grand. And we all can be heroes of today, not by doing anything other than being excellent. Excellent, Proud, Amazing World-Class Filipinos. Sure, the idea has been repeated countless times, but there’s something about the times of today that makes heroism all the more possible among Filipinos. Maybe it’s a government willing to lead by example. Maybe it’s how Filipinos are becoming more hopeful and hardworking. Maybe it’s the promise of a broken nation ready to stand up mightily proud again. Heroism is starting to become right at home in our hearts. Let’s remember the past, but never take our eyes off the future. Halika Pilipinas! Payagpag! :D