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Tuesday, 06 October 2009 05:44
Dear Friends, I wish to put credit where credit is due. Please note that I am not the writer of this wonderful piece. Although I wish I could write as proficiently and as passionately, I do not wish to own up to something that I haven't truly done and grab the distinction from the true writer. I had simply forwarded the e-mail to my relatives abroad and perhaps, my automatic e-mail signature must have stayed there as it got passed around everywhere. I would greatly appreciate it if you could inform your friends to take out my name as the writer of the said piece. I have always replied all e-mails regarding this saying that I didn't write it. If only I could write even half as good as that! : ) Would you believe I even got a hate letter for it? Apparently, he wasn't happy about the piece. He even invited me to go to a certain website for some debates on certain issues ....... Fyi, you may wish to look at these different links. One of them might be the distinguished author. http://www.philippinepressclub.com/2008/02/to-all-filipinos-everywhere.html http://sinaglaya.wordpress.com/2008/03/07/letter-to-filipinos-everywhere-by-peter-ong/ http://filipinaimages.com/open-letter-to-all-filipinos/ Thank you and I share your hopes and dreams of an improved and better country. Remedios C. Paningbatan
 

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