Not Taking The Cinderella’s Shoe

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “The Show Must Go On.”

If I won’t be a writer for today’s prompt (which is a little bit late to respond, lol), I would definitely take the lead performer spot to act my thoughts. HAHA. Sounds evil. lol Continue reading

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What We Did To Her Is Inhumane

What We Did To Her Is Inhumane

I woke up this morning feeling good for another ordinary day. I opened the Facebook app, scrolled down on my news feed, and I saw a post that was liked by my friend (click the link for news/topic). The featured image caught my attention, it is a photo of cutie patootie kiddo but reading the caption broke my heart more than any heart-broken-failed-hopeless-romantic feeling I ever had. Continue reading

Miraculous Shrine of Simala – Sibonga, Cebu

Miraculous Shrine of Simala – Sibonga, Cebu

If you are a Roman Catholic, Miraculous Shrine of Simala in Sibonga, Cebu is one of the places you won’t ever missed to visit. Continue reading

I am still breathing!

Daily prompt asked:

What’s your reason to believe?

At the end of every hard-earned day I still believe because I still have ability to feel anything about something, no matter how good or bad it is. I believe that when the sun is setting down, it will rise again and will bring hope that what happened yesterday has a reason for me to live my tomorrow.

Live With Faith

Thirty-four hours passed by when a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Bohol.

It was around eight in the morning yesterday when my brother woke me up and told me to get up because of the earthquake that was going. The moment I have my senses for real, I felt like a dancing drunk and I can really feel that our house was shaking, things were moving and it was like crazy. That phenomena is not really a nice wake up call in the morning. No one likes that feeling to be scared first thing in your day!

We listened directly to the news and we found that Carmen, Bohol was the epicenter of that earthquake. Bohol felt 7.2 magnitude and Cagayan de Oro felt 4.0 magnitude earthquake.

The next Island of Bohol is Cebu. These two province were affected so much by this quake, mostly infrastructure damages but the sad news is, there are people who died in this natural disaster. I have a friend who is working/living in Cebu and I am glad he is safe and sound. He even shared how it feels like to be in 9th floor when it happened. There’s still aftershocks happening in Central Visayas and people really felt it and it shakes them.

Borrowed

This is one of the old Churches in Bohol. 😦 Check BBC News post http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24530042 and Inquirer.net article http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/507169/6-dead-power-down-as-7-2-quake-hits-bohol

The damaged that this earthquake brought was at least lesser. Why? October 15 was a regular Holiday and no classes and no work. We should be at least thankful that it was a Holiday because if not, the damaged must been even worse including the life that been taken away by this disaster.

Praying for Philippines!

A note to life – live with faith!

Because We Are Human

Why does doing things in a right way takes thousands of problem where all we want is a fair and better life to live? Does change really hard to achieve?

It’s an easy question if we’re taking an essay type exam but why is it difficult to do things in a fair play way? Why does power, money and status matters when we are all equal in the eyes of God. Is it because we are human?