A while ago, my sister and I went to the mall. I was surprised to see that in the clothing section in the department store that there are few shoppers/window shoppers around, knowing that Filipinos are fond of buying clothes and stuff. So I thought that it might be because people nowadays tend to save more money. But, when we went on the beauty section in the department store, we were shocked to see that many people are there. Every beauty line/stall there was fully packed. That’s why I came to a conclusion that Filipinos or maybe other races are investing more in a beauty product rather than clothes/fashion. People became more vain in terms of caring for their skin and looking good.
As for my experience, I think it’s really true. Before, I do not really care about make-up or cosmetics, but now I’m totally addicted for caring about my skin and how do I look. I became fond of buying skin care products especially from a korean cosmetics store, which I say is very effective and affordable.
People, especially the conservative ones, say that investing in such things or spending on with such things is not worth it. But for me, I think it’s really worth spending with such things. Just don’t overspend and see what benefit you can get from such product.
So I’m not going to say my granny got me an iPhone when I already had one.. but in honor of our 200 followers, I’m going to give away a 32GB Apple iPhone 4! This unit is factory unlocked and openline already. It includes the handset, Apple earphones with remote and mic, dock connector to…
Maybe, we'll be together later on. I guess right now, it isn't our time, yet. Maybe, we gotta go through some more people to get to each other. Maybe, we gotta learn a few more things along the way. Maybe, we both gotta have a little more fun while we're young. Hopefully, you'll meet me halfway, some day.
Nakainis lang yung taong akala mo alam nya lahat, at feeling nya siya lahat gumagawa ng mga bagay-bagay. Feeler. Tapos lagi pa nagmamadali, kala mo masasagasaan. Puro salita, wala namang gawa. Madami pang oras ‘te hinay hinay lang. Feeler ka masyado eh.
Think how many people have sat next to you on a bus, train, whatever. Now think how many people have sat next to you on purpose, with their fingers crossed in hope that you’ll talk to them. I’m sure somebody has. There’s plenty of times when somebody’s seen you and hoped that you spoke to them, but you never did, ‘cause you don’t have the guts, and neither do they. Don’t go around thinking nobody likes you and that you’re not loved, there’s been plenty of times when a stranger’s spotted you and thought “oh they’re just my type,” but haven’t had the courage or confidence to open their mouth and initiate a conversation, the funny thing is, neither have you.
“It is that we are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love, never so helplessly unhappy as when we have lost our loved objects or its love.”— Sigmund Freud “The Civilization and its Discontents” (via noelleskowron)
“Some of us give up on life with only a resigned sigh. Others fight a little then lose hope. Sitll others—and I am one of those—never give up. We fight and fight and fight. We fight no matter the cost of battle, the losses we take, the improbability of success. We fight to the very end. It’s not a question of courage. It’s something constitutional, an inability to let go. It may be nothing more than life-hungry stupidity”—Life of Pi (via janeyyy)
First blog post this February. This might be be too cheesy and short.
They say you’ll not know the meaning of true love unless you haven’t found that one. Well for me, true love is everywhere. Your family, friends, pets, people you met or you will meet. That’s true love. Being happy about yourself. Being able to appreciate the things around you. That’s true love.
So, spread love this month. Not just for this month, but throughout the year and next years that will come, and you’ll be able to realize what true love really is.