Sunday, August 30, 2009

comment to my lil sis’ blog
August 25th, 2009 by wingardium
on 26 Aug 2009 at 2:21 am
Be love lessons from ate:

1. Never let him be your boss, your only boss should be yourself.
2. Never put your life on hold just because you’re waiting for him to grow up.
3. A respectable man will always want to be with a woman who will never let anybody, including himself, walk all over her. If he’s being a jerk, put him in his place gracefully.
4. Action speaks better than words. Don’t say you’ve moved on. Show it through actions. If you feel you were disrespected, don’t nag, just walk away.
5. Never lose your rhythm in life be. I mean, never let go of things you’ve always loved in the first place, like friends, hobbies, routines, just so you can accommodate him. If you do this, you’ll create a void in your life and then you will become needy and expect him to fill in the void.
6. Regret is a waste of time, so never start anything that you know from the very beginning is doomed to be a disaster.
7. Give only what is reciprocated. Never give your all if you feel you’re just given very little.
8. Don’t be “too nice” because you’ll be taken for granted.
9. The only person that you should believe in is yourself. You will feel it if you are being treated badly. If you feel so, don’t try to make excuses for him. You just walk away with your head held high.
10. You deserve nothing but the best, so if you are given anything less than the best, don’t settle.

Di to galing sa quotes or texts. Lahat to be based on experience kaya believe me, okay?

love you lil sis!
I choose to be a teacher no matter what they say because…
July 8th, 2009 by wingardium

1. Through teaching, I learn.

2. I get to meet a lot of interesting people.

3. I get to share whatever knowledge and skill I have.

4. I love seeing people maximise their potentials.

5. There are no words to explain the fulfillment that I get when I see my students/trainees improve and become better.

6. I’m happy to know that when my multinational trainees are in my class, there are no race issues, everyone is helping everyone else, and cultural diversity is no hindrance to make friends.

7. When my students/trainees become successful in their respective careers, they never fail to let me know about their achievements. I feel that their successes are mine too.

8. I feel so good when I know through the look on my students/trainees’ faces that they have realised the value of continuous learning no matter how old they already are.

9. I want to help people know that there is no end to self-improvement and self-discovery.

10. I want my students/trainees know that they can always be better than what they already are and that it’s never too late to be the best that they can be.

11. I get to understand different cultures and ways of life.

12. I get to travel.

13. I like the ambiance of a classroom whether it is in the school setting or company setting. There is something about a classroom that relaxes me. I feel that it’s my niche.

14. Teaching keeps me young at heart and upbeat.

15. I know that when I become old and gray, I will be happy to look back at my younger years and smile because I did what I had to do.

16. I love to read and talk about what I have read.

17. In a classroom everyone tries his/er best to say and do things that make sense and so you hear the best opinions and ideals in a classroom.

18. Creative juices flow in classes.

19. I learn about life through teaching.

20. I want to be remembered as someone who did something to encourage learning.