We are all powerless in the face of evil. No, no, that's not true. We are powerless when we wait for other people to act on our behalf. Yes, that's it. The truly powerful man is the man who stands alone.
"As if you do not care whether your heart will melt or crumble in the process because your brief courage undoes your tremendous fear of disbelief."
“Wasn’t hitting bottom the thing you had to do to knock some sense into yourself? Wasn’t hitting bottom the thing that showed you which way was up?” Rainbow Rowell, from the book Attachments
You need someone who can help you reach your dreams and protect you from your fears. You need someone who will treat you with respect, love every part of you, especially your flaws. You should be with someone who could make you happy, really happy, dancing on air happy. Cecelia Ahern, from the … Continue reading On True Love
Three months after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, we are overwhelmed and grateful for the outpour of aid and support from the rest of the world. Sharing some love. Here's a little thank you video.
A couple of months ago, I was involved in making sure that my sister's pre-nup photo shoot run smoothly. It did, and while they were busy, I was able to go around and snap a couple of pictures. We were at Bonifacio Global City, one of those areas in Metro Manila that's losing most of … Continue reading The Rainbow’s End
“We all get lost once in a while, sometimes by choice, sometimes due to forces beyond our control. When we learn what it is our soul needs to learn, the path presents itself. Sometimes we see the way out but wander further and deeper despite ourselves; the fear, the anger or the sadness preventing us … Continue reading Getting Lost, Being Found
I read this for the first time back in in high school; it's included in the book "Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul." There are a few lines that really struck me, even then. Three years ago, I downloaded the "song" version by Baz Lurhmann (yes, the director of Moulin Rouge) and listen to it … Continue reading Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen)