Sometimes, or maybe most of the time, we cannot have all the things we want. But we always have that option to work hard to have it, or just forget it and be affected by the negative opinions of others.
I, like everybody else, have dreams, and one of my dreams is to be a ballerina. When I was a kid, my number one dream is to be a prima ballerina. That dream was not erased in my heart and my mind until now that I am already a teenager. I used to be a ballerina when I was in grade school, but my enthusiasm in dancing fade away when I got busy as I enter the gates of High School. But yes, I missed dancing. So now that I’m in college, I’m always hoping that I could still pursue my dancing, especially ballet, and continue chasing after my dream.
Another dream of mine is of course, to have a stable job in the future so that I can help my family, and also to sustain theirs and my needs. As the eldest child in the family, my parents inculcated in my mind that I’m the one who’s going to help them financially in the future, and that’s a small way of helping them in exchange with what they’ve done for me.
To have my own car and my own house in the future is also my dream, just like everybody. With a stable job, I believe that I can have my own car and my own house! I’m excited!!
And finally, as for now, my dream is to be a model. With practice and trainings in the future, I believe that I could be one.
All of our dreams are actually just an arm-length reach; with perseverance, heart, and faith.
So love this! ❤
Being busy is not an accepted reason to forget God and to praise Him specially in His Temple.
I’m so happy that me and my friends bonded so much today. Not just merely hanging out, but we went to the Church and attended the mass! Good influences. :”>
I hope this will happen again. 🙂
(I’m reallyyyyyyyyyyyyyy happy!!)
“Among the outlandish cultural values that Filipinos pride themselves of is their so-called “close family ties.” As a child, I was taught that Filipinos are “unique” because they care for their family and kin at a level of closeness that is rarely observed or practiced in other cultures or races. (Asians and Hispanics in general are closely knit.) It is a cultural tradition that is valued and evidenced by our fondness for family reunions during secular and religious holidays such as Christmas, New Year’s eve parties, All Saints’ Day, Holy Week, fiestas, homecomings, birthdays, weddings, graduations, baptisms, house blessings, wakes, funerals and almost every conceivable excuse to celebrate and feast. (Shared among former Hispanic colonies.)” – from http://antipinoy.com/on-filipino-close-family-ties/
Hello, everyone! This is my first post here in wordpress.com 🙂
As what the selection above says, us Filipinos are proud of having close family ties. I, myself, love my family so much. I love going on outings and hanging out with them. Here are some of our family pictures:
Trip to Baguio City and Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
No matter what will happen to us, we will just end up with the same family; same family that will love and care for us unconditionally. We may not have the most precious things in the world, we may not have all the luxuries we wish for, but we can have the most valuable moments in life that will surely last a lifetime. 🙂