Growing up, old & beyond with Papa’s Love

15 Jun

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Pardon if I go extra mushy today. I realize my gift of freakingly accurate rememberance is somehow compromised lately due to either old age, new ideas, taking in fresh concepts, details of new experiences and processing them to make sense on future dealings ( i.e Expanding Muiltiverse).

The need to document the lessons learned and awesomest memories, especially those from my father, who we physically lost last 2008) seem imminent so I will need to go back and forth to this post for updates and stories behind those lessons.

Lessons Learned from Papa:

Reconciling the JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out) with YOLO
Silence when Sober
Alcohol helps dillute the Pain
The  rationale of discipline by the Belt
Enjoying Photography
Formal Outside, Kooky Inside
Chilling Out
Sense of Entitlement – A legit sense of spoiling as a reward or punishment
Freedom and Limits
Religion and Spirituality

Just reaffirming how I love and truly miss Papa – while I’m having tons fun now, can’t wait for the day we’ll get to catch up again IN PERSON.

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To All the Fathers out there, Biological or Functional (The Single Moms, The Breadwinners, The Decision Makers), hats off to you all :-)

You’re Not a “Plan B” Kind of Girl

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LodRose:

Never settle.

Originally posted on The Messy Life:

DeathtoStock_Spring7You deserve better than someone who is afraid to commit to you. It may seem like enough for now. You’re just taking things slow. Oh, how I know those little phrases of “one day” and we just need time.

You believe them.
And I’ve believed them.

But you’re not a plan B kind of girl.

You need to know that you’re not the invisible one standing in the back who gets chosen last.

You’re the girl who the team captain will be frantically hoping doesn’t get picked by someone else before he gets a turn. You’re a first-pick kind of girl. And no one worth having sits back and lets those girls wait around.

‘Cause every good man knows that the good ones get gone fast.

He should be jumping out of his skin in anticipation to call out your name and say “I pick you.”

“But he’s…

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Insisting to put the Make Up On

3 May

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This is quiet time for me these days. No wonder I dread it so.

I wonder when I would be able to genuinely smile again.

30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself

8 Jan

Originally posted on Bucket List Publications:

I read this post this morning and loved it! I don’t often share the work of others on the blog but this post was definitely “share-worthy”. Creating a bucket list lifestyle encompasses treating yourself right and learning from your mistakes. This post is a great reflection of those lessons.

Is there one of these that you do often? Are there several? Let’s let the good things catch up. 

Written by  Marc and Angel

30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself

When you stop chasing the wrong things you give
the right things a chance to catch you.

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The best web and mobile fonts of 2013 are …

7 Jan

26 amazing startups you need to watch in 2014

2 Jan

Quit Your Job, Now: New Observer Columnist Shares Six Reasons You Gotta Go

10 Oct

And this is why the act of quitting jobs is a joyous activity.

Nestlé chairman says water is not a human right

23 Apr

LodRose:

Hi folks!
Apologies for the long silence. Just busy is all. I just can’t get over this so thought to share.
Posting something really personal soon.
ChooseDay!

Originally posted on Keithpp's Blog:

In a candid interview for the documentary We Feed the World, Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck makes the astonishing claim that water isn’t a human right. He attacks the idea that nature is good, and says it is a great achievement that humans are now able to resist nature’s dominance. He attacks organic agriculture and says genetic modification is better.

Nestlé is the world’s biggest bottler of water. Brabeck claims – correctly – that water is the most important raw material in the world. However he then goes on to say that privatisation is the best way to ensure fair distribution. He claims that the idea that water is a human right comes from “extremist” NGOs. Water is a foodstuff like any other, and should have a market value.

He believes that the ultimate social responsibility of any Chairman is to make as much profit as possible, so that people…

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Decide the outcome of Apple v. Samsung with this handy flow chart

19 Aug

At first this was kind of amusing, then it went forever, and now I just want competing parties to conduct a Hunger Games battle with only one left standing.

I wonder who would win?

Hey yo!

5 Aug

Still here.

Just busy is all. Activities not listed from previous blog post:

TweepHub
Gawad Kalinga CSI Social Innovation Camp
Malaysian Embassy
GK CSI Night
Enchanted Farm Cafe
Pinay & Proud
Alan Turing
GKNomics Forum
PVG Bataan
Subic Yacht Club
Jacinto & Lirio
Pico de Loro
The Autotelic Project
Megaworld
Cebu – Terra Manna & Treehouse
WT4
Teaching Sales at MINT College
IT Log Park etc
MIT AITI Final Showcase
Kickstart Startup Mixer
Google Philippines
Children’s Hour at Mind Museum
Spark

Finding time soon.

Love and light.

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