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Appreciating free things

14 May

Amidst National elections, price hike, economic downfall and lay-offs, Filipinos really love receiving things for free.  During our Bangon Kabataan sorties, people will always look at us as if we have a multi-billion traditional political machinery that can provide everything they need in exchange for an oval-shaded ballot. As Jesica Soho enumerated, these vary from free baller ids, t-shirt, lanyards, nuts, caps, stickers, toilet bowl and  underwear.

Why spend if you can have it for  free? That is typical mindset. There are also times that we take free things for granted and ignore a significant facet – Appreciating it. Continue reading

Working behind the stage. May 2010.

1 May


I just got home from Luneta Park. I was assigned as a Production Assistant for the Prayer Rally and concert for  change.  Other than taking photos and videos, i always wanted to be a part of an Event’s management crew. Our call time was 8 in the morning but i arrived by 10AM.  Blockings, orientation and rehearsals were executed under the scorching and blackening heat of the Sun. For a total of 14 hours, we ran to follow up the dancers, make sure that the performers are ready for the production, receive orders from Communicators, bring food for the committee &  instantly provide what the communicator needs.  We provided Pentelpen, masking tape, mineral water, Id, industrial fans, nine-volt battery and scissors.  Ate Ejay and i were specifically tasked to assist the production team with all their needs and demands. Continue reading

The weirdest thing I did in life.

13 Apr

odd, strange manIt really took me time to think for an answer for my blog. Is it walking around Luneta Park alone at 12 midnight? Is it preferring to isolate my self during breaks and just stare at people? As Wordweb defined the word weird, I think the strikingly odd or the most unusual thing I did in life was to follow Jesus. Weird right? Yes it is.

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Monopolyo ng mga sindikato

22 Mar

Two down! Dalawa na ang Graduate sa Pamilya namin. Last February lang, bumalik na naman kami sa PICC at umupo sa taas. Di gaya nung October, mas kokonti ang tao, kasama na namin si Dadi, alam ko na ang pasikot sikot ng PICC at panganay namin ang gragraduate. Pero isa sa aking naging misyon sa araw na iyon ay idokumento ang mga sindikato slash negosyantes na gumagala at naghihintay ng mga Benildeans.

picc manila events monopoly sindikato benta money

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Toga at Diploma

20 Mar

“Syempre masaya. Kaya magaral kayo ng mabuti”, sagot ni Dadi matapos kung tanungin kung ano ang pakiramdam ng isang ama na may dalawa nang anak na nagsuot ng toga at nakatanggap ng Diploma.

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