Finding for the right person...

Finding the right person is very hard and very wrong.

It is best to be the right person for the one you love and start from there. You'll always end up disappointed when you set standards and define a 'right person' for you and don't get rush things because somewhere, somehow, God is preparing somebody for you..

Don't be in a hurry to get into a relationship because you can never find love if you insist that you are already into it. Try to find time to really understand your feelings, to know who you really are and what you really want into a relationship.

You're right, there's no such thing as a perfect relationship, but there's a compatible partnership that goes along with it. If you already knew that you're too big to fit in a small sized T-shirt, don't give it a try. You'll probably break it and pay for the damages you have made. If you knew and felt that the relationship will not last, don't go deeper into it. You'll just suffer the consequences and live like hell for the rest of your life.

It's really hard to say goodbye though, but you can't make it any better by just pretending you still have the same feelings. Try to let go and give your self a chance to live life to the fullest. Give your self a chance to grow and give your heart a much needed attention. Then you will find that you made the right decision and you made it all by yourself..

We call it love when we can't leave someone and see them crying as we try to let go. We are wrong, it's just pity. We call it love when we're too attached and think that losing the one we love will somehow make us weak and unable to face the storms of life. We misunderstood; it's just that we're too dependent to them. We call it love when we give our whole life to them, the wholeness of us and imagined that if they leave, no one would accept us and our past. We are mistaken, it's just insecurity. But no matter what the definition is the truth still remains that isn't something you can buy or beg.

It's real and existing. You can't touch it but you can feel it in your heart. You can't find it but it will knock before you least expect it to come. It can make you the happiest soul in heaven, but don't forget that it can also make you the most miserable person in the whole galaxy...



Mangyan Blogger version 2.0

English proficiency does not mean intelligence.

Nakakairita na! Yes, I will make patol again some people na sobrang galing magsalita, mamuna at magpatama especially dun sa gumagamit ng tagalog language sa blogs nila. Tulad ng sinabi ko, hindi ibig sabihin na alam mo lahat ng English words lalong-lalo na 'yung mga matatalinghaga, matalino ka na. Hindi po, magkaiba 'yun! For one, there are at least seven domains of intelligence and language proficiency is just one of those seven domains. A lot of really good Japanese physicists do not even know how to speak English. This is one of so many examples regarding this matter.

Alam ko, hindi ako magaling sa Filipino language at hindi rin ako magaling sa English language. Hanggang sa ngayon, ang dami ko pa ring grammar lapses. And I think hindi naman 'yun problema - depende lang sa mga taong insekyora. Yes... maraming ganyan.

Anyways, I'm back again to my niche - back to my very personal blog for whatever language I want to use... If you want to read about artists and other stuff... go to This is my personal blog at lahat ng mapupublish dito ay ako ang may gawa at galing sa utak ko.

In this blog, I only want to speak my mind out, even if it's against the norm and even if others would criticize me - truly enamoring. Anyways, kung may problema ka sa akin, i-comment mo dito or idirect mo sa akin ha?!



Social media behaviors during calamities....

Hindi ako social media guru or an ethics teacher or an expert regarding the behaviors of people on the internet.

Sa nagdaang Typhoon Yolanda, at kahit pa sa mga nagdaang kalamidad, marami akong nakita na screencap ng iba't-ibang social media accounts ng mga kapwa Pinoy at 'yung iba namang mga dayuhan na nagpapakita ng simpatya, habag, pakikiramay at ang masaklap, magpanlalait at paninisi. Iba't-iba nga talaga ang ugali sa mundo. May katanggap-tanggap, may kaya pang tiisin at may kapatul-patol talaga.

Ilang araw akong nanahimik kasi as much as possible, ayokong makisawsaw sa issues lalo na't sa palagay ko'y hindi naman makakabuti na patulan pa. All I know is to continue what I am doing - informing the people what's happening in those areas via social media, my blogs, help repacking of goods here in Manila if mayroong pwede and pray.

Hindi ko masabing normal pero ito ay isa na sa mga nagiging takbo ng social media tuwing may dumarating na kalamidad o delubyo. Katulad ng ilang mga pulitiko, hindi maiiwasan ang mga nagpapapansin. Para sa mga papansin tulad ng mga ilang gumawa ng paraan para sa sandaling kasikatan, we'll just hope that someday they will not suffer the same crisis the Philippine suffered. I believed that the law of karma is real. God bless them.

Para naman sa mga public figures and celebrities, especially those on TV, are in the best position to spread information and sympathy. Please, as much as possible, if hindi naman promotion ng events or shows ninyo, please refrain from posting insensitive photos like selfies and something that shows irritation especially sa mga mata ng mga sensitive na tao. Think critically before reacting to any post. During calamities, there are plenty of statuses/ posts/ shares of people laughing and mocking at the victims. Chances are, those are fake accounts done by "haters or trolls" make people look bad and take advantage of public anger. People forget to use their brains when emotions run high.

Stop acting like an almighty saint and call/ guilt trip into donating and helping. Chances are, individuals help and donate without the need to be noticed online. Self glorifying charity posts are far worse than mere selfies or gadget posts. Stop acting like internet experts. Every calamity or crisis, our social media news feed consisting of internet bums become overnight keyboard experts in disaster management, public governance, criminology.....etc. Shut up and help offline. Whatever you post there will not and never help.

Use your social media accounts - facebook, twitter, instagram, etc. to encourage people/friends to help! Use it properly and wisely!



Saddest news report today...

Maraming buhay ang nawala, nawasak na mga kabahayan at kabuhayan, marami pa rin ang nawawala... Pero kahit ganun, kailangan pa ring ipagpasalamat ang mga buhay na naligtas sa pinakamalakas na bagyo sa kasaysayan.

'Mag-anak, kinailangang maghiwalay para lang mabuhay' report by Jun Veneracion for "24 Oras."

Ito na siguro ang isa sa pinakamasakit at pinakamalungkot na nangyari sa isang pamilya dahil sa Bagyong Yolanda na tumama sa Pilipinas, pitong araw na ang nakalilipas.

Napakasakit sa isang magulang na mawalay sa anak at ganun din sa anak sa magulang. Hindi ko lang mabatid kung papaano masikmura sa report na ito na iwan ng anak ang kanyang edad 78 na ina.

Hindi ko 'ata masisikmurang iwanan ang magulang ko lalo na sa ganyang sitwasyon... kahit pa may pamilya na ako.. Hindi ko naman masisi 'yung anak kasi I think she's between keeping the family together or risking the health of their children.... hard pick either way...

Ang magagawa ko na lamang ngayon ay lalo pang magdasal na magbago ang isip ng anak at wala nang iba pang katulad nilang pamilya ang kailangang maghiwalay dahil lang para mabuhay.



ISSAAS brings together groups of professionals with common interest in agricultural development in the region

The International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences (ISSAAS) was mainly established to strengthen the cooperation of agricultural scientists in the Asian and Southeast Asian regions and to bring together groups of professionals with common interest in agricultural development in the region.

Different agriculturists from Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam flocked to Manila for the International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences (ISSAAS)- 20th annual international congress. This year was all about "Linking Agriculture with Tourism: Meeting the Global Challenges" of the future, the congress aims to entice not only visitors and tourists in each Asian country but mostly the young and idealistic minds to explore the industry of agriculture.

Most of the ASEAN-member countries are agriculture-based such that majority of employment are in the farms. Therefore, the survival of the farming community is dependent on ensuring that there is demand for agricultural products and services. The farmers’ produce are necessities for the tourism enterprises as source of food, handicrafts as souvenir items for tourist, exotic plants and animals and other agricultural products sought by  tourists. It is important that the potential supply of produce from local farmers be linked to the tourism industry’s demand. This will develop local livelihoods, inspire entrepreneurship, encourage active involvement and participation of the people and their communities and reduce the environmental and social cost of imported produce.

Shifting global consumption patterns, tastes and attitudes towards food, leisure, travel and place have opened new opportunities for rural producers in the form of agritourism, ecotourism, wine, food and rural tourism and specialized niche market agricultural production for tourism. Agriculture is one of the oldest and most basic parts of the global economy, while tourism is one of the newest and most rapidly spreading.

ISSAAS is inviting everyone to its 2013 ISSAAS International Congress and General Meeting to be held on November 11-15, 2013 at the Acacia Hotel Manila, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines. ISSAAS active members are invited to present scientific posters and papers. Interested researchers and scientists are encouraged to apply for membership to the society.

ISSAAS wants to improve the growth and development of agriculture and related industries to greatly improve the economy of Asian countries. For more information on ISSAAS, you may visit or contact Jude Cartalaba at or call (+639) 273 3913747.