“Gratitude is more than just a feeling, it is a choice. So we need to look closely at our lives and identify the blessings that we have.”
Personal growth is not something we can achieve because it is an abstract concept. Personal growth is also not a destination but a long journey towards self-improvement.
Politics doesn’t interest you because you have no interest in changing a world that suits you so well.
The debt of gratitude or “utang na loob” is one of the most difficult, if not impossible, debts to pay. One reason is that it does not necessarily have a monetary value or proper way of paying back.
We need relationships and inspiration, but most importantly, we need connections — genuine connections.
“I think there will be changes in our jobs and education in the near future. The only question is, “Are we ready?”
Though my mother always told me “kakakompyuter mo yan” whenever I struggled or felt sick, I stand that playing computer games is not something I regret. In fact, if I will re-do my life, I might still play computer games.
As educational institutions tried desperately to keep the schools open and keep students engaged in learning, teachers can only do so much for their students.
Now that we entered adulthood, we understand many things about growing up.
Entering our 30s is one of the most significant checkpoints for many millennials because we think that we should have done many things or achieved most of our goals by this time. Well, at least that was what’s portrayed in social media.