When you force yourself to believe that you’re strong and independent, and make others believe it too, it gets pretty hard to accept that you need help.
In a perfect world, everyone just says what they mean and mean what they say. We give without conditions or fear of rejection because that’s who we are.
I’ve reached 1 MILLION VIEWS on the digital video I did for Ford Philippines! I’d like to celebrate by responding to all comments on this video. Starting with the one that says … Continue reading Convincing people on your hard work
It’s been so surreal knowing that so many people relate to it. It’s truly inspired by a true story because it’s mine. Now I realize, it’s everyone’s.
The Universe, imagined as a vast and open space, is the wall we have built between us. But it’s an illusion when we say that it keeps us apart.
Passion made me reckless and impatient. It has permitted me an unnecessary attachment to material things and toxic relationships. And I sought this kind of passion other people as well.
Like a knight in shining armor, you go on and on of the many plans to take me to wondrous escapes and new paradises as if I didn’t live in … Continue reading I’ll get you out of here
I write this for those who suffer nights of anxiety, cry for no reason, as if a switch has just gone off. You are understood.
I’m about to start working for a new industry tomorrow. I have wrapped up my three-year telco stint to pursue another exciting challenge. It was an honor for me to … Continue reading Monday Inspiration: Sunscreen
Growth, resilience, integrity, tenacity. What is grit? It is a non-intellectual trait defined by psychologist Angela Duckworth as “passion and perseverance combined, for a long-term goal.” “Grit is sticking with … Continue reading 2016 for Grit
Stop telling yourself that it’s okay that you’re only called when it’s convenient when you know it’s not. Stop telling yourself that the Universe has conspired against you. Stop telling yourself that … Continue reading If you ever feel lost
Author and social activist Bell Hooks wrote once about how dominant, detached men surface and how they react towards their partners. Detachment and dominance from either side is now common scenario in today’s dating culture. Do we even still call it “dating”, anyways?