Where were you?
Did you know?
Who are we to you?
I need a haircut.
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.
You know how people always say things like “I wish I had an older (or younger) brother or sister?” Well, not me. I have ‘em all. I’m like the middlest middle child I know. I’m talking perfectly middle-born. I’m the third kid of 5, in between an older sister and brother and a younger brother and…
Totally middle child. haha. It’s fun! :)
The World’s Greatest - R. Kelly
This song is extra special because it has a lot of good memories to it, especially during the darker times of my college years in my previous school.
And then, you came along and reminded me of this song. Now, it has a whole new, more powerful, lovely meaning.
Sometimes, we really fall so hard from the peaks that we thought we could never fall from. But even then, at rock bottom, the greatness in your heart will still be found and will rise again.
Such a wonderful message. You are the world’s greatest! <3
Doing your best is different from doing perfection. The first gives you space for growth and mistakes, while the latter is unforgiving and cold. Have that balance between hard work and unburdened, intimate reflection. Demand the best from yourself, not death. Good Morning! :)
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This is how I spent my weekend.
Had a very unique and awesome experience as a “Congressman” at the Philippine Model Congress 2013. Met and debated with 500 of the most vibrant Filipino youth leaders representing the entire Philippines.
Happily, my bill, the “Good Governance Act of 2013” was able to pass committee and plenary! It basically got passed by “Congress”.
Hopefully the proposal is on its way to the desks of actual members of Congress for their information (and consideration).
I’m just really happy to have shared the advocacy for better governance to my fellow youth. Nakakagalak!
Oh, and did I mention that I had to defend my proposal to the whole 500-strong plenary? Wheeew. :D
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