Behind These Smiles: The masks we wear in our life  

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Most of you would probably think that I am okay and well you are right I am okay.  I am okay because I think I can survive all the challenges that I am facing in my life and I believe that there will come a time when everything will be alright.

Five months ago I have no job and I live literally at the mercy of others.  I beg for help and I loan money hoping that sooner or later I can find a job and pay them off.  Seven months ago, we were evicted from our home in Pasig without any hope in sight.  Almost a year ago, I was affected by a paralyzing sickness which I thought I would never have recovered.  Seventeen months ago, I entered into a relationship which brought me more suffering than help in an intention to forget things and help someone.  Eighteen months ago, I lost the one that I treasured the most.  And some twelve years ago, I lost a complete family.

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A Hero's Story: Meet Rafa  

Rafa,, my Hero Of D Day
Less than a month ago, I was invited to "Share a Story, Save the World".  It is a Volunteers Meetup organized by Hero Of D Day and CSR World.  It was an extraordinary evening full of sharing experiences of volunteers.  There I met Rafa, one of the many Hero of D Day.

Oftentimes I asked myself, "Is it possible to do more in helping others despite your busy schedule? To do more than what others usually do?"

I would never imagined to met someone like Rafa that day.  Someone who found a way to go beyond what people usually do after a disaster, "packing relief goods."

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The video that would change you!  

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

As someone who literally experienced the difficulty of life I can attest to the truthfulness of this video.  This video reminds me of what is necessary in life and how we can make things better.

Do you have an inspiring video?  Share it with us.

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Crossroads of Life: Ironic Circumstances  

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Today, I have 100 pesos left in my wallet and I can't help but think what am I doing wrong to arrived at this juncture of lie.  I have not paid house rent for 2 months and is in danger of eviction, has outstanding electricity and water bill and to make things worst have debts to pay as well.  I had helped out people, had loved truthfully and had always been there for everyone and yet it seems, I am always the one left out.

I know that I have lots of friends and also those people that calls me as an "idol."  Yes, definitely an idol who had tons of problems and a financial crisis that can be compared to the United States depression.  In my life the times that I lost a lot of money was the time I get serious in love.  I do not know why but the first time I lost all the inheritance I have, then the next time close to 50K and then the next just more than the previous one.  Plus, to some up all of that, those were unsuccessful relationships in which they left me in the dark, was put in depression and lots more.

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A Literary for My Kids  

Wednesday, July 3, 2013


Each day three people brighten up my life.
Each moment I woke up you are the first people I see.
Each sunrise, I hear your voices and see your smile.
Each standing up is a little bit exciting.

John Dwight is the name of the eldest.
He is upstraight and bold.
He is bright and has God in his mind.
He has a strong and bright future ahead of him.

Helen Cleodara is my only daughter.
She is beautiful and smiles a lot.
Her laughter is a song to my ears.
She is intelligent and sweet.

David Jr., the youngest and artist.
He stands his ground and knows his reason.
He is smart but lazy sometimes.
He is handsome and cool.

They are the treasure I would hold on always.
They are the blood the makes me live.
They are the inspiration to each of my day.
I love them so much.

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