Disclaimer: This post is not an attempt to explain myself for all my mistakes in the past, for what I did does not define me as a person, but it helps me to become a better person than I was yesterday.
Aside from working part-time to sustain my living while looking and waiting for a new job opportunity to come, I spent my summer vacation in the UAE in a truly meaningful way by doing some activities that benefits me, other people and the planet Earth.
I am sharing my story not because I want to brag my talents, but because I want to inspire my readers that nothing is impossible for one who believes and that nothing can stop a person who is determined to learn and achieve his/her dreams.
Today is January 1, 2019. As the day marks page 1 of 365, I purposely take this opportunity to look back at the past as I want to make this day to do self-check and realize who are the people and which situations that I need to leave alongside the year that has already passed. Hence, I put into summary all the things- good or bad, that happened in 2018.
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.
Maintain silence because “there is dignity in silence;” because it is not all the time, people are worthy of your voice. So let them say what they want and maintain your dignity.
A lie is still a lie no matter what color it is. It is better to be sincere than be tricky.
when the world is against you; when no one believes in you; when you are not appreciated; don’t think that they are rude, they are just being polite to you by not telling you directly to back off.
Be like a piezoelectric generator, when people step on you, instead of shutting down, give light and shine bright.
Since today is the International Women’s Day, I am featuring Azhaa. I believe that she is an example of a woman who never allows society to dictate who she is and who will she become.
We are the women who are not inferior to men, but their equals.
Seven years ago, I’m still blessed to have a third life and from this day forward, I will always cherish the life that God has given me.