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Dec 03rd
Hi Bobby, I can't help responding t PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 June 2009 23:24
Hi Bobby, I can't help responding to this article about "the slaves of today is the tyrant of tomorrow", and the "Imperial Manila". I went back and lived in the Philippines for 10 years or so, I worked there too, after having lived and worked here in the US for 20 years straight. There are problems , as any country does with a system where there's so much "pakisama' to the point nothing gets done in public (even private) organizations. You cannot talk straight and speak your mind because others will think you are 'mataray" even if what you say makes sense and it's the truth. The experience I have while in the Philippine is not as bad as other kababayans here paint. We have gone a long way from way back when but some choose to see and say the negatives instead of the positives. Most want to critize but, really, if you look deeper and ask, "what are we really doing to help?" we come short, sort of, like, "tinimbang ka ngunit kulang". I can't help remembering a famous line from a famous person here in America, Jack Kennedy, "do not ask what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country", and, another important phrase, "if it's to be, it's up to me" What do you think my friend? Quo Vadis? Where do we go from where we are now? Our attitude determines our altitude. How high do you think our attitude will propel us? Hmmm......

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