It is not yet certain when we will find the next Alcantara but a part of him lives in every Filipino. If these children can rise up from nothing, so can the rest of us Filipinos. We are not mere spectators of a match, we are players. Let it be an impetus towards real nation building.
Much has happened after typhoon Yolanda hit our country, it was a wake up call for us. The lives lost and the damages sustained reminded us that there are a lot of things that we have to work on as a nation.
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Osama is dead!!! Wohooo!!! So dapat na ba tayo magparty? Pero sandali lang, nung namatay ba si Osama nawala na rin ang terrorismo? Eh bakit parang nakamit na natin ang world peace sa pagkamatay nya? Buhay pa naman ang mga terroristang tunay.
This was one incident that I will never forget. I went home sad. Not because I lost money. I was saddened with the fact that kids who will eventually be the future of our country are exposed to the harsh world. Whatever happened to children rights?
Sinong Pinoy ba ang hindi kumakain ng kanin? We, being Asian, are fond of eating rice. It is our staple food. “One grain of rice equals one bead of sweat”, means the high level of labor involved in the production of the rice.
As rice eaters, we should not forget how hard it is to produce rice. We are lucky enough that we have farmers who work hard just to provide us with our staple food despite the fact that they themselves find it hard to procure such.