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thank you God for everything…

this past few days, ang daming nangyari. good, bad, painful, fun, spirit-filled, exhausted, bored, haay name it, naghalo halo na yan. but one thing’s for sure, God is good and he has a purpose and a reason for everything. life is so good to waste for nothing. ayokong maging negative sa mga bagay-bagay, i want things in my life to run smoothly. tama na ang pagmamadali at tama na ang madalasang pagkakamali.


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83 problems (problemado ka na naman ba?)

Once upon a time, long, long ago…. Ok, ok not so long ago. Anyway, some time ago, there was a village at the foot of a mountain. On top of the mountain there lived a wise old lady. She just sat around a fire all day and drank herbal tea. Whenever the villagers had a problem and needed wisdom, they would go to her (although it was quite a serious climb to the top of the mountain)

One day there was this guy, who had a problem and needed wisdom, so he put on his climbing gear and summit the mountain. When he reached the top the old lady saw him and shouted: “I know why you are here” and he shouted back: “You do? Why?” She answered: “Because you have a problem” The bloke thought to himself, “Big deal. Everyone could’ve guessed that”, but he walked closer anyway.

When he got there she told him: “I know you have a problem because everyone has problems – 83 to be exact. Yes, everybody has 83 problems” The guy looked a bit baffled and asked the women how she works that one out.

She replied: “Everyone has 83 problems and your job is to solve them. But be assured that when you wake up tomorrow morning, you will have 83 problems again. It’s a constant. In other words, if you solve 50 of your 83 problems today, they will be topped up back to 83 tomorrow.”

“That’s quite depressing”, the guy answered back. “Aaah, but that’s the biggest problem of them all. Actually it’s the 84’th problem. It’s the biggest one and actually the only one, because if you solve that one, you actually erase the effects of the other 83”. The guy thought to himself that this women couldn’t have been great in maths when she was in school, but he replied anyway: “And what is this 84th problem?’

The old lady gave him a wicked smile and said: “Thinking that you shouldn’t have problems. You see most people think that they shouldn’t have any problems and when they wake up every morning and find their 83 problems, they become a bit depressed, because they think they shouldn’t have them. Now they start solving them with the hope that when they are solved, they will be gone forever and they can focus on other things. So while they struggle to solve these problems they forget about the positives in their life. They reckon they can focus on that when they have solved their problems. So they put their family, children, dogs, hobbies and sadly even their dreams on hold, so they can get this source of irritation out of the way. Then, they wake up the next morning with their 83 problems topped up again”

“So what should I do?” the man asked. “When you accept that you will always have problems, they will shrink in significance and although the issues will still be there, you will view them as opportunities to grow and learn. Go forth my son. Embrace your problems and be thankful for they are opportunities to make you a better person”

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and the saying goes…

“When we fall seriously in love, we always wish that the feeling would mutually grow and stay forever… but sometimes, no matter how perfect a relationship may seem, PEOPLE JUST CHANGE AND FORGET THEIR PROMISES OF FOREVER.” -Shrek

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time to go, time to let go!

“Tama na yan” are the words uttered to me by my friends this past few days. “It’s time to treat yourself first!” At some point this are the mildest words of saying “Ang tanga-tanga mo!”

Hmmm! Harsh huh! But it did help, a LOT! They are what I call my true friends.

It’s been so long that I’m keeping the pain inside of me. I’ve accepted all those tears even thou my heart was already breaking down brought about by the so-called love. I have fought for him and our relationship. Thou it is very complicated because in the first place it is not clear if ano ba talaga kami. Parang kami na hindi kami. But if others think na kami its ok. We cannot blame them coz we acted like “kami”. So magulo right? And the real thing is, ‘commitment’ was never part of this scenario. I did everything just to make things right but unfortunately it didn’t work out. There are really some things not meant to be but I’m not saying that it’s the end for both of us. He has to fix things first, the mess he created, and the trouble he got in to. At the same time I will also try to make my life right. And still hope for the BETTER.

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