Marjay and Sophia’s messages gave me the strength to keep fighting for my dreams, to never stop believing in myself and to continue inspiring others. Receiving a gift from students on special occasions is an ordinary thing, but getting a heartfelt message from them is something. Heartwarming messages from students, specially the former ones, are the best gift that a teacher could ever received from having this profession.
Two months after the challenge hit the social media by storm, I decided to do the 10-Year Challenge because apparaently, my life has reached another milestone.
The appreciation that I have received is a great motivation for me to focus to achieve great results for a focused mind equates great success.
This whole week, my Facebook timeline has been flooded by viral news-both trending in the Philippines and worldwide. The first one was all about the Miss Universe 2018 and the other one was about school bullying. In this first part of my post, I wrote my opinion about the recently concluded prestigious beauty pageant. My thoughts about school bullying would be featured on my next blog.
Your d*ck does not make you a man, your behavior does.
“…All things are possible to him who believes.”- Mark 9:23 NKJV
As the saying goes “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” However, there is an exception to this rule.
We are the women who are not inferior to men, but their equals.
Good things happen to those who do not expect anything. Just do what you have to do, as long as you are not stepping on others, and it will pay off eventually.
Before I became a teacher, I was a writer; before I was a writer, I was a researcher; before I was a researcher, I was a production assistant, and before I was a production assistant, I was a neophyte trying to build a career in the corporate world.