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Friday, August 29, 2014

Mga Paalala sa mga Uuwi ng Pilipinas

This  was originally posted on Facebook page, P U L O : Ang Tahanan Mo on  July 9, 2013 with 43,168 shares. Ito ay isinulat bilang paalala sa  mga OFW at pati na rin sa mga kamag anakan nila.

Budget. Oo nga naman. Plan it. Work within your limit. Yung iba kasi one day millionaire, 29 days broke. Hindi na uso ang pasikat. Sarili mo lang lolokohin mo. Mamigay ka ng pasalubong kung kaya mo, kung hindi, wag na. Wala ka naman responsibilidad sa mga kamag-anak at kaibigan mo. Wag tumunganga sa duty free at mamili ng mamili ng alak at tsokolate. Kung kaya mo mag-abroad, kaya din nila. Hindi ka naman nagwawalis ng dolyar di ba? Wag magdala ng madaming gadget just to show off. Yung madalas na party at painom, iwasan mo na. Isipin mo, hindi habang buhay ang abroad. Tatanda ka din at uuwi. Matutong mag-save for the future. Mag-negosyo habang me trabaho. Fallback ang tawag doon. Ang simpleng bahay ok na yun. Di na din uso ang bonggang bahay baka ibenta mo lang yan pagdating ng panahon. Mag pondar para me maipakitang nag-abroad ka. Para sa sariling satisfaction yan hindi sa kapitbahay mo. Kung me uutang sa yo pambili ng kotse o pang down ng bahay, aba, bakit? Hindi ka naman bumuo ng isa pang pamilya. Mahirap magpautang sa panahon ngayon. Ibigay ang kayang ipamigay pero isiping mabuti. Yung iba kasi namamantala lang. Mabuti nang isiping madamot ka kesa magkaroon ng kaaway dahil sa utang. Iwas sakit ulo din yan, tol.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Reason Behind ALS Ice Bucket Challenge




ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is going viral all over social media. Many have joined but never know the reason behind the movement. The challenge started in honor of Pete Frates, former Boston College baseball captain, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in March of 2012. Frates took the challenge himself on July 29, 2014 at Fenway Park, together with his friends and family members including his pregnant wife.

Monday, August 18, 2014

The Story behind the Father Who Abandoned by Daughters




Napoleon Timonera got what he wants when the so called hunger strike caught  the public attention. His story and photos were shared in Facebook as te father who begged not only for money but for public sympathy as an abandoned father. A father who was reaching to  the public to  help him get in touch with his 4 daughters. According to Napoleon, they abandoned him and did not receive any financial support. He worked hard as an Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) to send them to school and now that he is old and can no longer support himself, he needs financial help to survive. And if ever he dies, his body should be sent to one of his daughters.