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“In general, the only ones holding ourselves back,
after 1946, would be ourselves.” MLQ3
I kinda like that quote; it’s profound, meaningful and it’s got lots of commas. I caught it at MLQ3’s blog where I had to endure two and a half speeches – one great, one insightful, and one filled with the words Nanotechnology and Mathematics.
The gigolotic-sentimental-romantic that I am, I’ve never seen myself as someone who could change the world; more like the guy who sees it… coz those are the ones who live remarkable lives.
All that Rich Dad, Poor Dad crap does me no good but MLQ3’s quote does. Translation: We hear these speeches so we can see that which prevents us from becoming better people.
We are so used being spoonfed, staying in one place secured ourselves in four walls that is our prison. We forego vision and settle for the crap.
I used to have distaste for pinoys on YouTube who brandish their Filipino-ness on occasions when flags shouldn’t be involved. Forgive me for the honesty, but I think it’s cheap. You’re not proud of your heritage just coz Lea Salonga sings in broadway or because Charice Pempengco sang in Ellen. I say I’m proud of being a Filipino even if Versace’s murderer was one.
That’s because patriotism isn’t something you extract whenever somebody from your country is recognized and hidden whenever somebody from your country is embarrassed. It’s just there! The Germans endured Hitler, are they still proud of being Germans. Yes.. of course.
Tonight though, is an exception. After seeing Renaldo Lapuz’s performance on American Idol last night, I am prouder of my heritage than ever before…
The other day, Obama and Clinton chose to get out of Michigan and go together in the public along with John Edwards to tell the people – their constituents, the democratic party, and the independents – that they are united as democrats and issues of race isn’t something they respect even though such things have been thrown by their staffers.
Of course, the good thing about this is that they all agree on the idea that issues ruining other people for the sake of ones benefit – crab mentality – isn’t something that they go for in order to become the next president. I dont know if that’s something that could help their campaigns but it’s certainly something we can’t find in Philippine politics.
If those two were Filipinos, everything would’ve been personal – accusations here and there, along with out of this world promises, and of course, ego. And since they’re from the same political party, you might even find a split somewhere in there just so each of them could run. Well.. we’ll see
I called my brother immediately after getting the order – 50 bereavement shirts due before 3pm. That’s relatively the amount we get in a given week so you can tell this was a workload more than a personalizing store can handle in a day. My brother, who was going around the area buying supplies for the store, told me he was gonna be there by 2pm.
Now, I do realize that no one could run this business 24/7. Being in the mall, we get fined if we open after 10pm, or if we close later than 9:30pm (30 minutes after the mall closes). Without the 15-minute, Filipino-time leeway, and without any employees that knows the business well enough, it’s easy to get burned out.
Me, being nice and hot and *insert cool trait here*, I’ve always made it a point to support any of my family members. I even go so far as to say that my purpose in this world is only to make sure that their interests materialize.
So at 2pm, at the hour my brother said he’d arrive, with me frantically trying to finish all the orders, I called him again and asked what time he was gonna come.
“In a bit,” he said.
I called him again at 3pm to ask how long this “in a bit” was. Lucky he arrived just in time to explain why the order wasn’t finished.
He gave me hush money worth 15 bucks and finished what’s left of the orders until 6pm to the wondrous delight of the customers. Lesson in the animal kingdom: “in a bit” is evil.