Friday, December 30, 2011

Now I know my Ultimate Dream

In one replay episode of OFW Diaries, the show featured a former OFW who worked in an Arab country for more than 10 years I think (too bad I forgot his name). He now owns a spa business and a mall in Pampanga. Damn! I wonder how he did it. I was so inspired by his story that I wanted to be like him. I wish that one day I will own a company that will create jobs for many hardworking, persevering and deserving Filipino people. This is my ultimate dream in life. At present, our micro business has two employees from a poor family, young but honest and dedicated. I wish to see their lives improved. But our business, nowadays, isn’t doing well. Sometimes, we’re thinking it is such a waste of time. But the thought of letting them go is a huge emotional struggle knowing that their measly income is putting food in their table. I’m 28, three more years I’m out of the calendar. I wonder if I still have enough time to fulfill my ultimate dream. Yesterday, I visited POEA website and found out that EMSI has eleven Job Orders. It made me so sad because despite the double digit numbers I didn’t hear any word from them. What’s wrong with my resume!!! Don’t they know I don’t have any plans to be an immigrant or hide once my contract ends. I just want a job that can make my pocket fat and from there I will work hard until I see my dream come true. Now, I must admit I’m emotionally weak, with no concrete direction. So, help me God. Give me the wisdom and strength to discern the path that you have prepared for me long long time ago. 

Friday, December 23, 2011

Bitten by a Snake

I watch Survivor Philippines.  Not a big fan but I catch it when no one is sitting in the couch. I extremely enjoy how the castaways battle for one more day. Undiscovered strengths become prominent. But there is one thing that I couldn’t comprehend- issues about betrayal. I’m sure before one becomes a castaway he must have an idea how this game is played by some. I just find it so odd that some still get surprise when they fall in a pitfall and realize that they have been victimized by a culprit…or should I say strategist and wiser?

Just maybe… because I have not tried a life in an island and battle for TUMATAGINTING NA TATLONG MILYONG PISO!!!
Photo credit

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Reverse Psychology

This is a tweet from Bro. Mike Vinas. The first time I read it I fell in love with it instantly.
 Let's be addicted to Hope (not the cigarette).
Then I saw this in Google Images...

Sure, you have the right to smoke, burn your entire internal system. Just don’t pollute my lung even more. I don’t have much to buy Montelukast for the rest of my life. So expensive. But if money doesn't matter to you, yeah, keep smoking. Burn money. Kill yourself softly. Just don't regret later...

Photo courtesy of

Friday, December 9, 2011

Joker, Is that you?

It’s just so irritating to hear stories about people who after willingly lending you his hand will one day show you a list of debts you never knew you owed. Just when you thought the business partnership is anchored in genuine friendship, be ready for a big surprise that might just change your faith in human’s real character. Suddenly, you become skeptical on what's behind the mask of every stranger you meet.
Photo credit

Monday, December 5, 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Popular Posts