Hello, Love, Goodbye.

Hello, Love, Goodbye is a story about choosing between love or pursuing your dreams.

Kathryn Bernardo outstandingly exemplifies the character of selfless โ€˜Joyโ€™ whom the only reason is her family as to why she keeps on pressing on her dreams.

Then came โ€˜Ethanโ€™ portrayed by Alden Richards (surprisingly delineates the character well), a happy go lucky type, then again a sudden 360 shift of perspective thinking of saving Joy between layovers to her real destination.

Great story plot of rollercoaster of emotions giving you laughs to drowning you in tears. No wonder they received a unanimous Grade ‘A’ from the Cinema Regulatory Board.

Props to the friends of the mains who depicted the twists and turns completing every detail of the movie.

Of course, praises to the director, Cathy Garcia-Molina who never fails to deliver an outrageous delight, giving whatever it takes to produce the best quality of film.

Watch it! Napakahuhusay! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ


When someone unfriended you on Facebook.

It will always be a puzzle when you find out that someone unfriended or unfollowed you on social media. You keep on thinking deeper, especially when you find yourself not guilty of hurting nor committing anything which unfortunately leads to turning that blame unto yourself. But is this a usual way of reacting to such?

It is normal.

You tend to always think of reasons why this extent happened because you try to bargain and recall. This is a normal reaction when you find out that someone wants to take you out of someone’s life. Guilt embodies us that we tend to pattern our values to someone else’s which will never happen. Will it be worth it to find out and point on the blame to anyone?

It is not your fault.

We have different kinds of coping mechanism when we feel we are victimised by this world. Some people turn away from the people they feel blaming for the things they cannot grasp. This may not work for you or against your values, but this is something we need to accept, that our values cannot always be patterned to how the outlook of other people deciphers. Acceptance is all we need.

Let go.

May it be envy, anger, dismay or you just cannot accept what the world has to offer, embrace the fact that there are differences that each of us have. It is only by faith can ever be healed.

“God is just: He will pay back trouble to those who trouble you and give relief to you who are troubled, and to us as well.” — 2 Thessalonians 1:6-7

Praying for you always.

Sum up 2014.

“Life has so many detours because God cares more on the development of the dreamer than the fulfillment of the dream.”



It was January when I revisited Singapore and cross over Malaysia. A lot of rediscovering while reminiscing my last visit when I first had my first marathon in 2011.


A day tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia kept me insane channeling the impressive Petronas and the cultured Batu Caves. Another check again on my bucketlist.



On the latter part of this month also traveled me back to the Amazing Bicol. Enriched with culture and great food, Mayon Volcano, as it’s top spot, mesmerized me with it’s alluring shape and site.


A lot of new beginnings that year starting it with a bountiful 207-pound heavy. This brings me to submitting myself into a discipline of watching the food I eat, eradicating the rice on my diet.

February when I started a new journey shifting my career back to the corporate world. Meeting new friends and colleagues makes me feel relieved once again that I have a purpose and God leads me into something according to his own plan.


March marks the birth of my new phone giving in to the apple bandwagon catalyzing my hard work and rewards.


April opened the summer season of my revisit to Boracay, which starts to be an annual affair for the past 4 years. Checking my bucket list parasailing by the sea for the first time was such an amazing experience. Having a great time spending it with awesome friends surely made the adventure worthwhile.



May continued the summer season with more beach travels and wake boards plus a wedding of friends to remember.


Summer never ends in June flying to Cebu and Bohol with the epic friends. A birth of new friendship and travel bond. The encounter with the big creatures of the sea highlighted the said revisit.



June marks a new discovery for me finding that spot in my heart enriching my strong faith with our creator. In this month, I joined CCF which made my relationship with our God intimately. I couldn’t ask for anything more having him in my life.


July tested my faith once again taking another licensure exam. Fortunate enough, with God’s faithfulness, three letters were entailed again in my name. God is truly amazing!


August is when I finally reached my target weight. From 207lbs. to 173lbs. with a normal BMI of 24.3 and an average body fat of 20.1%. It is worth every sweat and discipline.


September brings back the boracay crew going up north to Baguio. Emotional enough yet an amazing experience to spend this vacation with awesome friends for keeps.


This month finally removed my braces which I kept for almost 4 years. Indeed, a milestone to be regarded.


October proves that summer is forever with a quick trip to Laiya, Batangas to beach up.


Ending this month with a big decision of resigning from my previous job believing in God’s amazing plan.

November started with a big switch to a new company for new beginnings. I truly trust God on his plan for me on my journey.


Who will ever forget about my birthday month? November has been good to me realizing every blessing and appreciating what life has to offer. Truly, I am grateful at 27 beyond bliss.


December has been a busy month. Opening it with a roller coaster travel to Vietnam and Cambodia. Vietnam never failed me to their food cravings. It was such a great experience to visit ย one of the world’s greatest wonders, the Angkor Wat.



Attending one of my closest friend’s wedding this month is one of reasons why I continue believe in love. A testimony that love is a choice and a part of every happiness.


Jam packed 2014 deserves a cheers of great blessings and lessons learned. Focusing now on new beginnings this 2015 with grateful hearts to what God plans for us.


Thank you 2014. Cheers to 2015!




“There are no COINCIDENCES, the soul seeks its own path.”


My yoga teacher started talking about Coincidence which I started to draw my curiosity. According to her, based on the wisdom of yoga, there is no such thing as coincidence. Then I started to ponder and began my research.

According to Carol Miers talking about Kundalini yoga, “The relationship between ideas or minds is structured in its own way and gives rise to coincidences.” Our inner self tends to lead us into which our hearts desire. Getting into the yoga practice, we concentrate and focus on the poses we want to achieve because we have our own personal goals and aspirations.

I was once touched by a short story from the book Chicken Soup for the Soul in which the whole family gone into a tragic accident by a speedy train. The only survivor was the son who wakes up each morning mourning for the tragedy. As years go by, the train driver then is being haunt by the sin of yesterday until finally confesses this to a priest, who surprisingly the only survivor in that said dilemma. Coincidence exactly may it be however, the sinner seeks what his heart desires which is forgiveness and that is why it lead him to where exactly started.

A very recent movie (which I wont reveal the title for I do not want to be a spoiler), which talks about happy endings and new beginnings, really is a best example of this. A love that was founded by an inspiration of yesterday which unexpectedly put into an end. Until present time comes when the lady is habituated by the questions of the past but its too late for the man of his dreams is almost settled by his present love. Coincidence seeing each other again for a project. Is it a chance of bringing back the love ceased by the immaturity of the past or a synchronicity of closure which both hearts of peace yearns?

ย Many of us begin to relate everything in life with coincidences. Mostly in love, people believe that there is the right time for everything ending up waiting. Life is all about decisions and chances. Take time assess what our hearts earnestly desire. In the end, it’s all in us, and just us, where our own paths will lead us.


HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY everyone. Spread the love!