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TuesdayVenture

Posted in My Family with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2013 by nursemihoko

6/18/2013

Why look behind you, you can’t change it. Why fret over the future, it’s not here yet. Why don’t you live for today, and make it so wonderful and worth remembering! – Super Anj

I was with my cousins this afternoon to relax my mind from negative thoughts. My Tuesday’s worth to laugh..

To anyone out there, remember that life is like dance… Sometimes we lead, sometimes we follow… Don’t worry about what we don’t know… What’s important is, we LEARN as we GO

TIME

Posted in TUMBLR, Writings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 28, 2013 by nursemihoko

 

One of the precious things that shouldn’t be wasted is TIME. I believe  that the time is a healer, a memory keeper, a dream reminder and a teacher. It helps you during your healing period, those times your heart’s broken and you almost hate the world coz of the pain you’ve had. A memory keeper which rewinds everything in the past. Those memories that couldn’t be brought back again in the present. A dream reminder which allows you to keep intact with reality, that today is also important for it affects your future. And lastly, a teacher because it teaches us so many things in life. Regrets, as we all know because of the mistakes we’ve made in the past; unfortunately, we couldn’t bring back the time. And so, we realized not to waste time anymore for it is so precious as gold.

Hope For Street Children In Cebu

Posted in CHARITY with tags , , , , , , , on October 16, 2012 by nursemihoko

Two street kids who dropped by in our boarding house. A little girl her younger brother.

Cebu, Philippines.

The simplest and the most valuable thing you can give to a child is time. Rather than brushing them off to make your way to the next tourist site, spend some time to ask them their names, what they like to do, or their favorite games.

Even if I don’t have anything like money and power, I still have the courage to help those poor little children in the street in my own simple ways. I thank all my friends who donated their used clothes. Pictures below:


 

 

 

 

Children all over the world deserve a future is the first step in the right direction. As Dr. Loretta Scott famously said: “We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”