Dear ME

Hello. Hindi ko naisip na susulatan kita balang araw. But here I am, writing to you—I mean me. Writing to me. Mayroon kasing mga bagay na hindi ko kayang sabihin nang malinaw sa’yo kung sa bibig lang. Minsan nahihiya ako sa’yo mismo. Biruin mo yun! Pero sino bang hindi? Karamihan sa mga tao, may mga … Continue reading Dear ME

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Having a Younger Sister

I thank God for giving me the family I have. We sure don't always meet eye to eye, nevertheless I'm still thankful for them. Having six siblings, I learned how to deal with other people because I learned how to deal with them, because each of them are unique. But still, in your family there … Continue reading Having a Younger Sister

Feeling Fearful and Feeling Joyful

You may not believe, but recently, I felt both fearful and joyful. Words of people do have force, and if they are hurtful, threatening, and accusing, even if you don't see them and know personally, they can evoke reactions including fear. I certainly felt that these days. Most people in social media are quick to comment, … Continue reading Feeling Fearful and Feeling Joyful

Great and Unpopular!

Many people equate greatness with popularity. And to be popular nowadays, you should be doing outrageous things like wearing grandiose outfits like Lady Gaga or get sexually vocal like Miley Cyrus or do something controversial or sensational shows like producing "The New Family" or "Game of Thrones." I beg to differ. To be great, no … Continue reading Great and Unpopular!

Bringing Back the “Deepness”

I'm an avid reader. Whether in print, or any other media, I find reading a pleasure. Just from September to December this past year, I have read fourteen titles, beside the Bible, and shared what I learned from each of them on social media. Nevertheless, I find in myself and others' writing as well, whether … Continue reading Bringing Back the “Deepness”