Tribute to Paul Walker


I'm pretty sure you've seen or heard the very moving tribute the Fast and Furious 7 movie made for Paul Walker. Honestly, I haven't seen the movie but I was very intrigued by the ending everyone is talking about so I watched this video circulating in Facebook.

In this video, the song See You Again by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth. The song hits the thought that Paul Walker is gone and will be gone forever for the Fast and Furious franchise which makes it depressing not only for women but also men.

Good Friday Reflection


Just like Jesus Christ, I feel like I'm also crucified because of the things I've done in the past that I never really had the courage to face and solve. I'm haunted every night how my life sucks and what an ill person I've become because I've hurt, betrayed and cursed people.

I've been selfish in so many ways - conscious and subconsciously - to myself and to others. I've deprived myself from a lot of things, most especially, peace of mind. I've held grudges because I want to make a stand... I want to prove something without thinking how much damage it creates not to the person I have a grudge with, but to myself.

Today, as I listen to the different reflections for the 7 Words of Jesus on the Cross, I realized it is time to lower my pride, admit my mistakes, forgive myself so I can start to ask forgiveness from others. It is also time to put the past behind and leave it there.

As Candy Pangilinan shared earlier, we have to let go. Give ourselves some freedom... some peace of mind. We cannot live fully if we have some baggage from the past. What we are, we feel, we do today will be the same as tomorrow unless we act on it and make a change.

From this reflection/realization, I will start admitting my mistakes and will seek forgiveness. For anger, pride, hatred, and other negative things does nothing but nail me deeper from my cross. It's about time to slowly free myself. It's time live.

Jagabee Potato Fries: Love it!

I found out about this snack from my good friend, Juie. We were at Family Mart (Jupiter St.) when she asked me to taste it. It has some Japanese writing on it so I was hesitant at first but she convinced me to try it and ever since, I started to crave for this.
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