Saturday, December 22, 2007

Sweet Farewell

May lungkot s akng mga mata ng akoy mgcng ngyng umaga. Spgkat isa s n u ay hnd kuna mkkta. Alam kong itoy pansamntala lamang spgkt itinakda tayo upang ipamahagi s mga ka nayon ang PAGKAKAISA AT PAGMAMAHAL NG MGA PILIPINO. naniniwala akng mgkkta tayng muli n tayo ay may 100% result. Gud morning..

Kuya raffy.


.....Shown from above is a text message that was sent to me by one of the friends that I have met in Baguio during the 45th NRYLI. It was sent to me early in the morning of our 5th and last day in Baguio. By reading his message, one could feel the sadness of a delegate for he knows that the time has come for him to be departed from his fellow delegates. This is the time where our friendship and bonding made during the five-day seminar has come for a conclusion, the time of bidding good byes. Good byes are the hardest thing to face but this good bye is for the better. We need to say goodbye to each other in order to face a new and bigger journey. A journey filled with challenges and frustrations. The journey that we took during the seminar was just the start for a bigger journey, the real world. A journey that requires the skills that we have learned in Baguio.
.....This is not the saddest farewell ever for this farewell has a positive reason. A reason that explains to us that we shouldn't cry for this was the happiest and the sweetest farewell of all. We all need to separate in order to spread the virtues of Rizal. The virtues that will transform our youth into our country's next great leaders!

NRYLI 2007

.....Last Decembe 16, 2007, I went to the Teacher's Camp in Baguio City for a five-day leadership seminar hosted by the Knights of Rizal. The event was entitled "45th National Rizal Young Leadership Institute" with the theme of: "Rizal, the will to Perfection and the Youth: Putting Brilliance to our Future".

.....Its aim is to mold students into a good leaders by following Rizal's virtues and idealisms. I really had some fun while learning learning and exercising the things that they tought me. After the training, I may conclude that I came to Baguio with my real and normal identity and I left Baguio with a new kind of identity, a fresher and better identity with an extraordinary character.

.....It's nice to know that there are still people dedicating much of their time in transforming the youth into a better person and a contributor of our society. Don't blame them for doing such things without accepting any credits at all. If there's someone or something to be blamed for, it should be PASSION. It is PASSION that continues to burn and keeps on spreading, reaching and influencing other people. We must not let these people do and act alone for the betterment of the society I still believe that each one of us has the capacity and power to make a difference in our society.

.....All of us should have a concern with regards to our Nation and environment. We should be the leader when it comes to Nation-Building in order for us to cure the ruins the [we] have done. Always bare in mind that the Key of Change is in our hands. This present dillemas will not be overand will continue to exist if we will not make neccessary actions. Actions that could make a big difference for you, me, and for all of us...


Last December 13, 2007 I have recieved an email from BlogRush.
The message goes this way:
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.....I'm really grateful that somebody out there have reviewed my blog and were convinced that I have met the criteria of a quality blog. Thank you very much to the team of BlogRush. I assure you that this blog's value won't decrease. To my avid reader, thanks a lot for spending a bit of your time reading and commenting on my posts.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

To my friend, Mia

Thanks for droping by and for leaving a comment every time you read my posts. I know you have a hard time finding some of my posts especialy the poems.hehe. Just click the year indicated at the right corner of this page. Below my profile and with the title "MATT'S ENTIRE POSTS"

What are you waiting for?.... Click it and enjoy reading! c",)

O.J.T. Lessons

Hi everyone! I'm back and ready to conquer the blogosphere! I' m kinda' busy right now (as usual) hehe because we are currently having our examination week and at the same time busy completing the minimum hours required by our instructor in Architectural Internship subject (O.J.T.). I can still tell you that I'm fortunate with the office that I'm working to even though I started my O.J.T. quite late.
I'm having my OJT in an Architectural Firm located at one of the Business Center District of Metro Manila. Situated on the 26th Floor of a high-rise building with a wide transparent glass that allows us to see the view outside the building and most of all, the owner is always mad and oftentimes shouts so loud. It's really an exciting, thrilling and challenging job.hehe. Honestly, I'm very thankful for that because it will train me on what to expect in a professional job, what's the atmosphere and what to do in case the boss gets mad.
Trust me, having this kind of scenario really helps because it will give you the proper armor you need right after you graduated from college.
"Pressure, problems, criticisms, etc.... All of these should be considered plus factors."

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