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

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.

Life is full of Surprises

I woke up this morning with full hope.  My morning started so beautifully. The sunlight strike into my skin. The lively day into my soul.

I am headed to the shop and took Bugo liner, as I sit, I noticed that there is two jeepney conductor, but I just didn’t mind it. Along the road when a man paying his fare, there was a little argument between that man and the jeepney conductor 1. Then I started to observe and I found out that jeepney conductor 1 is there to teach the jeepney conductor 2 about the price fare and to mentor how to do his job.

Deep down in my heart, I felt happiness, thinking that jeepney conductor 2 is trying to have income decently. I’m not judging or what here but, as far as I know, what reality is, one of the factors why crime increases because of the high unemployment rate. It’s just so good to know that people still have hope to live their life even in the least income job but in the most decent way.

The next scenario I saw while still on the jeepney was, along Capistrano Street here in Cagayan de Oro, a half paralyze man is taking his morning walk. The determination that he has is so uplifting.

The third scenario I wanted to share in this post is that I saw a Plymouth Car of 1940, so vintage. I salute the owner of that car.

Plymouth Car of 1940

I didn’t take a photo but what I saw was color red, I just borrowed this photo from Google Image result. 😛

 

Together As One!

We have learned, I do not know at what price and what cost, that a nation must develop together, or not at all.

~Blas F. Ople

A Wordless Wednesday lesson for today! And this what I learned,

We should read Newsmagazine/Journal often to be more updated of Government’s action and laws that we might be avail. We should open our eyes not just to negative side we are in.

~Shira

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A Blue Butterfly Wednesday everyone 🙂