Category Archives: millennials

Lost Without Your Love

It’s appreciation weekend for all of us and I’d like to share to you how this contestant from a humble family have able to grab the golden microphone held by the defending champion in one of the most watched singing contest in the Philippines, Tawag ng Tanghalan sa It’s Showtime. Let’s watch it! Enjoy….

Here’s the link ! Abigail De Guzman

Everyone’s going gaga over the song that it had them caught in a Last Song Syndrome. Amazing!

Have a great day everyone! – Paquito

Video credit to the owner ABS-CBN.

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IF EDSA COULD SPEAK

Hello fellow bloggers and my dear readers, social is traffic about peoples complain and disappointment as their usual travel have to endure the effect of the new scheme being done in a dry-run phase of the most utilized, driven and clogged major road in the metropolis. Let me re-blog my previous article almost two years ago to lessen your discouragement.

It was made for a great purpose long before the millennial’s are born, to aide the moving of goods from the outer skirts of the Metro Manila to its several market distribution drop offs for further trade. People are happier before but not today. People kept the blame to EDSA which is always as serene as a pristine sea every time our Pambansang Kamao, the Manny Paquiao fights in the desert of America and also during the Lenten Season. During the 16 hours stretch of the day, we keep on hearing unconditional blame, cursing EDSA of its traffic status in every transistor radios, internet feeds, social media users uttering words of dissatisfaction and many others. But why curse a highway that can’t speak a single word? IMG_5166

 

I’ve asked myself, If EDSA could speak, we could be hearing the same words we’ve used to  utter mercilessly, enduring the weather and population disturbances without any respite. If only EDSA could speak, it might be telling us in our dreams to “please stay away in my spine as i am now the oldest and the weakest link of my tributary bloodlines as almost all of you are scrambling every void space that it have that it can no longer hold.” Now we are treated to a new scheme that give a little space but a lot of complains not only from EDSA but from circumferential road 5 as well. Now there two instead of one major problem.

We don’t need to wait until EDSA could speak, we dont even need to expect that it can, for it will never can.

Traffic is a great experience we fail to manage happily. .-Paquito

Paquito Answer for the Day 45

Managing your expectation is one of the best asset you can have in whatever you hands are into right now while reading this blog. So whats on your mind? Will it help you with what you’re heading for the day, maybe make your challenges worst than you’ve think of? Will you dwell in it or you’ll move forward and work doubly hard for a better outcome? What will make the difference is … your choice, your move and unexpected one.

You’ve reached the 45th edition of Paquito Answers for the Day and you might want to suitably read the back posted article by clicking Paquito Answer for the Day and find out ways  to be better when it comes to finding answer you been searching for.

Providing lead is sometimes better than giving outright answers. – Paquito

あなたの心を話して、注意して行動する Speak Your Mind, Act with Caution

こんにちは!これをあなたの日に加えてみましょう…..

平均的な人間は、100万個のニューロンを使って、単純な視点からアイデアを考えることができます。それは科学の驚異です。人間は非常に満足のいく不平等な類推で物事を処理するように非常に複雑に設計されていました。それをどのように使っているのかは、それです。私たちが銀行に入ることが期待されます。

あなたが思ったことを話すと、それが何であるかを知らずに慎重に行動するようになります。驚きの要素は、真実が私たちに何を意味するのかわからないことはありません。

それでも、大胆な古いストップは、見て、聞くことは、愚かではない私たちの最高のツールです。

Konichiwa! Let me add this to your day…..

An average person can process using a million neurons to think just an idea out of a simple glance. That’s the wonder of science. Humans were so intricately designed to process things out in a most satisfying of dissatisfying analogy. With that given how do we use it is the. It becomes an expectation we can bank in.

Speaking what you’ve thought will lead you to act with caution not knowing what it was. The element of surprises never leave us unfazed of what the whole truth means to us.

Still, the bold old stop, look and listen is our best tool not to be fool. – Paquito