Making New Things

We are being challenge equally by the test of time. As we embrace without any choice the coming year… we are somehow given the same amount of time frames for us to work with and be successful about it, profusely.

It is the best bet available for everybody, and it’ll run its course of desire to be use at a level we could make of, a leverage fairly square given and taken. By hook or by luck we must make new things for ourselves by always being the best that we can be even in the most difficult  way it should be.

Loosen up and be the happiest person on earth relentlessly. As the saying goes that  we should not let our happiness be source from the others but we should take pride to create our own… unique, adaptive, expressive or whatever you may want it to be as long as you’re the real and only source of it. We got our own heart and our own desires… work it out to flourish your contentment and fulfillment. Nobody will do that for you especially during your darkest hours.

To dream big is to work harder, strive hardest and sustain seamless excellence. It is a perfect thing that no one has ever achieved without trekking the part of despair, defeat and being turned down. Rise if you fall and skip if you must, the arrows of blunder a hundred times if that elusive cloak of satisfaction becomes too hard to grip and control. Make new things under your control like a commander in chief as to his armies. That every planned details of realistic work must bring results either preferred or not. The important thing is you made it happen. 

Dream like a kid but work like a man, new beginning simply means new chance. – Paquito


Rebuilding Enough

Hello my dear readers and fellow bloggers, my country had been hit by a super typhoon… international code name Nock Ten, packed a strong winds and heavy rains with the rate of signal number 4 putting those directly hit places under calamity status. A serious national concern if you are to ask me.

Philippines is a home to great white sand beaches and natural beauty, great food sources of seafood’s and agricultural harvest. It is also the home country of the worlds famous personalities in sports and beauty where in fact the 2017 Ms Universe pageant will be held this coming    January. But that is not the issue we will gonna be highlighting here but the possible turnaround solution in the event like these weather phenomena, typhoon… sitting above the equatorial belt my place is a tropical country where we experience only two types of season the wet and dry. Having a dry condition is not a problem at all as the solution lies in front of us, a trip down the shorelines we can beat the heat during summer months and it is the wet months that’s been hounding our fellowmen as continuous rains could spell flooded roads, overflowing rivers and strong cyclone winds that destroys houses, community and dreams.

Numerous times I’ve witnessed and read through newspapers that it’s like a cycle where it’s a come and go situation for them, that it seems like they just got to live with it all throughout their lives. Weather either good or bad, sunny or rainy are like the clothes we wear in our life that we got to really think a way to live with it harmoniously perhaps fittingly. It is better to think of ways to lessen if not eradicate the potential destruction it’ brings once it hit any part of the three big islands of the country. It is a wake up call to us as a professionals in the built industry to think of something that’ll benefit our countrymen. I believe we have the talent more than those consultants of foreign origin as we’ve all seen the vast reality of life of those living around the belt of our precious shorelines and even in the hinterlands.

Our government must spearhead a program aimed to help the people to have the adaptive design, cost effective construction and low maintenance houses of decent but functionality at its best by tapping the talents and resources within the country and lessen the damage anytime a typhoon hit the urban and rural areas. Rebuilding in a way it’ll stand the pressures of strong winds and flood waters or rising sea-water levels and its tributaries. This is not an easy task for the government and its people but with the right framework and adaptations of all sectors… no doubt this is the only and possible solution, if not a suggestion.. to those who are in the forefront of this battle. Weather disturbances is now in its hyperactivity as compared twenty or thirty years ago due the ill effects of denudation of mountains, over-extraction of deep water sources and waterways continuous constriction through mass dwelling of urban re-settlers in search for a greener pastures and decent life. Let us help rebuild the community not only through safe and sound infrastructure but a strong political and economical support to rebuild the lives of our countrymen for good.

A challenge where many leaders have battled it out yet fell short of the their prescribed results. A more pressing issue of urgent concern where the stats has a large discrepancy as against the war on drugs in terms of pressing needs to defy the odds every time a natural calamity strike their long suffering heart from the un-ending rift that resulted from multi-faction bickering. Who’s the best is better be known from the way we put those in the indigent minorities, where basic utilities services are still alien to their uncorrupted minds, where people are still uneducated due to presence of local bandit intrusion and harassment. Be the champion of your people by providing the eradication these challenges and reach out to those who believe they’re also the best without looking at their political parties, without looking at their beliefs,  for i believe that we are all Filipinos.

No odd is defiant if there is one clear direction at the other end where ALL is looking at. – Paquito

Paquito Montero Milestone Alert! 201st Article for the Year 2016

Whew! I can’t believe it, were now about to share the 201st story of the about to close year of 2016. A lot of unforgettable experiences are worth reminiscing. The blog world open up my eyes to appreciate things around me even if it was not the line of my interest. I really now understand how it works, on how to not to turn down things in front me and explore the unexpected God given talent upon me. Glory to God!

The next hundred stories and articles will cover so many great ideas and personalities of different interest. I hope excitement and forward looking feeling is all we got here as I am inviting you my dear readers to let your ideas, principles and experiences be read or heard throughout the four corners of the world as we are widely read globally.

To all of you who are very supportive and holistically following my blog site my heartfelt thanks and warmest greetings. Merry Christmas !

Figures are countless, thoughts create processes. – Paquito

Paquito Quote for the Day 19

We are always caught in shock whenever an “untimely passing” headline the news feeds of our browser, instinctively we look back at the specifics relative to the person involved. Death comes like a thief that we’ll never know when it’ll hit us. Chances are too difficult to guess unless someone is terminaliter male yet still unpredictable.

Looking back… it’s the way a lost life spent during the younger and peaked years that stay, the talent and distinct contribution of the chosen life which was music at its best that will serves as the strongest recollection we can have of him.

Allow me to share one of his best repertoire where the balance delivery of vocals and instruments sends shivers intimately to anybody who’ll gonna listen to the song “Where Did Your Heart Go” by Wham , Rest in Peace George Michael… like your music you’ll always be remembered even if this was your Last Christmas.

Where Did Your Heart Go

I spend my nights down on the wharf
In unlit alleyways
By the church downtown
Where Sally prays
Come down sometime
We’ll share a rusty can of corn
And listen to the radio
I love you, I love you, it says

Where did your heart go
Did you put it on a train
Did you leave it in the rain
Or down in Mexico

You cry, but I don’t know
I’ve heard it all before
There it goes again, the slamming of the door
Sometimes the river calls me
And at night it calls my name
Says “put your troubles down beside me”
Things have always been the same
And rock ‘n’ roll won’t teach me
What the river said that night
I jumped into this beauty
And drifted out of sight


Hits of the 80’s wont be complete without Wham, one of the British greatest music artist. – Paquito