This is a loveletter from a boy to a girl. However, the girl’s father does not like him and want them stop their relationship, so the boy wrote this letter to the girl. He knows that the girl’s father will definitely read this letter.
Para sa mga babaeng:
- Patuloy na naghihintay.
- Umiiyak sa gabi.
- Patuloy na umaasa.
Magiging masaya ka din. Mawawala din ‘yang sakit na nararamdaman mo. Hindi man ngayon, pero darating din ‘yung araw na ‘di ka na iiyak sa lalaking binabalewala ka. Matutuyo din ang mga luhang ‘yan at wala ng gabi na tutulo pa ‘yan. Makakakilala ka ng taong ‘di ka sasaktan, paluluhain, pahahalagahan, pangingitiin at mamahalin. Kaya sa ngayon, ang payo ko sa’yo: “Stay strong, girl!”
PARA SA HOPELESS ROMANTIC.
Natapos ko na din. yehey! hahaha =) Pinilit ko talagang tapusin sya ng isang araw lang. Ang GANDA talaga nito basahin. Gusto ko syang ulit ulitin ng ulitin. Kaya pala ang daming bumibili ng librong to sa NBS. Ang dami ko ng kaibigan ang nagrerecommend na basahin ko daw to sobrang ganda daw ksi, na totoo naman super ganda talaga. haha :) Akala ko dati “corny” basahin, yung typical na lovestory lng sa mga teleserye, or sa mga romantic movies. pero eto It’s more of REALITY. Every character has it’s own value & uniqueness. Different Perspectives on LOVE. The Best talaga si Marcelo Santos III. KakaINLAB IDOL :”>
- “Ang utak, madaling turuan ng paniniwalaan, Pero ang puso, mahirap diktahan ng mararamdaman.”
- “Ang Pag-ibig ay parang pagtawid sa kalsada. Maraming maaaring mangyari na babago sa takbo ng buhay mo, ng taong mahal mo at ng mga taong nasa paligid mo. Bawat hakbang ay isang pagsugal na maaring hindi ka na makarating sa kabilang dulo o pag-asang sa lugar na pupuntahan mo’y may isang taong matagal nang naghihintay sayo. Mahirap salungatin ang gulong ng tadhana. Mahirap kalabanin ang agos ng kapalara. Mahirap.”
- “Sa Pag-ibig, may mga naghihintay at may mga naghahanap. Sa isang oras mong paghihintay sa taong mamahalin mo, isang oras din ng pagkakataong maghanap ang nasasayang mo. Ang Pag-ibig, hindi mo alam kung kusang darating o talagang dapat hanapin.”
- “Hindi naman masakit tanggapin ang katotohanan. Ang masakit lang ay yung hindi umayon sa iyo ang kapalaran. Kung kailan ka pa naging handa, atsaka ka pa kinalaban ng tadhana.”
- “May mga bagay sa mundo na hindi laan para sa atin. May mga hiling at dasal na hindi kailanman mangyayari. Pero kaya nga mga salitang pag-asa… Kaya Go Fight lang sa lahat ng ninanasa.”
Salamat Idol! sa Pagsulat ng librong ito. “Para sa hopeless romantic.”
“Ang buhay ay kasing ikli ng three seconds. Grab every opportunity. Take every chances. Life is to short. Decide now.” - samuel.
- Today, my 75-year-old grandpa who has been blind from cataracts for almost 15 years said to me, “Your grandma is just the most beautiful thing, isn’t she?” I paused for a second and said, “Yes she is. I bet you miss seeing that beauty on a daily basis.” “Sweety,” my grandpa said, “I still see her beauty every day. In fact, I see it more now than I used to when we were young.”
- Today, I walked my daughter down the aisle. Ten years ago I pulled a 14 year old boy out of his mom’s fire-engulfed SUV after a serious accident. Doctors initially said he would never walk again. My daughter came with me several times to visit him at the hospital. Then she started going on her own. Today, seeing him defy the odds and smile widely, standing on his own two feet at the altar as he placed a ring on my daughter’s finger.
- Today, I walked up to the door of my office (I’m a florist) at 7AM to find a uniformed Army soldier standing out front waiting. He was on his way to the airport to go to Afghanistan for a year. He said, “I usually bring home a bouquet of flowers for my wife every Friday and I don’t want to let her down when I’m away.” He then placed an order for 52 Friday afternoon deliveries of flowers to his wife’s office and asked me to schedule one for each week until he returns. I gave him a 50% discount because it made my day to see something so sweet.
- Today, I told my 18 year old grandson that nobody asked me to prom when I was in high school, so I didn’t attend. He showed up at my house this evening dressed in a tuxedo and took me as his date to his prom.
- Today, when she woke up from an eleven month coma, she kissed me and said, “Thank you for being here, and telling me those beautiful stories, and never giving up on me… And yes, I will marry you.”
- Today, I was sitting on a park bench eating a sandwich for lunch when an elderly couple pulled their car up under a nearby oak tree. They rolled down the windows and turned up some jazz music on the radio. Then the man got out of the car, walked around to the passenger side, opened the door for the woman, took her hand and helped her out of her seat, guided her about ten feet away from the car, and they slow danced for the next half hour under the oak tree.
- Today, I operated on a little girl. She needed O- blood. We didn’t have any, but her twin brother has O- blood. I explained to him that it was a matter of life and death. He sat quietly for a moment, and then said goodbye to his parents. I didn’t think anything of it until after we took his blood and he asked, “So when will I die?” He thought he was giving his life for hers. Thankfully, they’ll both be fine.
- Today, my dad is the best dad I could ask for. He’s a loving husband to my mom (always making her laugh), he’s been to every one of my soccer games since I was 5 (I’m 17 now), and he provides for our family as a construction foreman. This morning when I was searching through my dad’s toolbox for a pliers, I found a dirty folded up paper at the bottom. It was an old journal entry in my dad’s handwriting dated exactly one month before the day I was born. It reads, “I am eighteen years old, an alcoholic who is failing out of college, a past cutter, and a child abuse victim with a criminal record of auto theft. And next month, ‘teen father’ will be added to the list. But I swear I will make things right for my little girl. I will be the dad I never had.” And I don’t know how he did it, but he did it.
- Today, my 8-year-old son hugged me and said, “You are the best mom in the whole entire world!” I smiled and sarcastically replied, “How do you know that? You haven’t met every mom in the whole entire world.” My son squeezed me tighter and said, “Yes I have. You are my world.”
- Today, I have an elderly patient who is suffering from a severe case of Alzheimer’s. He can rarely remember his own name, and he often forgets where he is and what he said just a few minutes beforehand. But by the stretch of some miracle (perhaps the miracle of love), he remembers who is wife is every morning when she shows up to spend a few hours with him. He usually greets her by saying, “Hello my beautiful Kate.”
1. Uncertainty is certain.
There is no antidote to uncertainty. Everything is always uncertain. There are infinite possibilities, which is what makes miracles possible. Life is about dealing with the question marks and making the best of them without any guarantees for what’s going to happen next.
Nobody on Earth knows how things will turn out for you, which is why you have to press forward every day on the heels of your intuition and passion. If you give it your all, sometimes amazing things happen, but they’ll rarely be precisely what you had expected.
2. Life is a circle.
Everything you do, everything you say, every choice you make, comes back around.
If you want to be rich, be generous. If you want to make friends, be friendly. If you want to be understood by others, take the time to truly understand them. If you want to be heard, listen.
If you want to live an interesting life, be interested the happenings around you. If you wish to truly learn and master a skill, study what you can and then teach someone else what you know.
If you long for peace, act in peace and harmony. If you want the world to change, start with the one in the mirror.
What you give is eventually what you get. Whatever it is you hope to achieve in this life, give it, nurture it, be it, and you will enjoy a lifetime filled with it many times over.
3. Discipline is the mother of all virtues.
Self-control is the chief element of discipline, and discipline is the chief element of bringing ideas to life. No matter how smart, skilled, or capable you are, nothing is possible or achievable without a disciplined mind.
Discipline is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, whether you want to or not at any given moment. It is the most important of all the virtues because without it, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.