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

Master Yoda: It’s ‘Virtual Presence’, not yet ‘Hologram’.

12 May

“It’s definitely not yet Hologram, it’s just Augmented reality via virtual Presence!”, Jedi Master Yoda might have corrected. C0melec’s official canvassing of votes is still unfinished and yet another heat of “GMA7 vs ABS-CBN bangayan” sparks.  With the new  PCOS technology on counting our votes, you cannot expect the usual flat screen and LED boards behind Mike Enriquez or Ted Failon on delivering the “widest coverage for the 2010 Elections”.  Let us take a closer look of this issue.

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The 2010 Elections ends but my vision continues

11 May

The First National Automated Elections ended  yesterday. With 9 dead and 12 hurt, May 10, 2010 was the most  peaceful, advanced and expensive  elections ever recorded in the history of Philippine Elections. As of this writing,

Bro. Eddie and  four candidates have already conceded their defeat for their desire to get the highest post. Were our prayers insufficient? Did we exert less effort for the campaigns?   Continue reading

2010 National Election Photos

10 May

Here are some photos/images of the 2010 National Elections outside the Clustered precincts.


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KKB: A movement with a mission

6 May

kabataan ang pagasa ng bayan, rizalThe Kristiyanong Kabataan para sa Bayan (KKB) Movement has the mission to inspire the Youth to live for Christ and to offer the prime years of their lives in service to God and Country. At first, i was intimidated by the word “movement”.  I could not imagine my self carrying a streamer or rallying across streets shouting against the Government. But i was wrong.  The movement  was not about being on the headlines and making the media look after every “gimmicks” that you make. It was being part of the change in your own  private life.

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