Sunday, October 21, 2007

I'm so f*cking pissed off!

A few hours after the Glorietta bombing, A new senator accused the Government planned and is responsible for the tradegy.

Adding insult to injury, some of our politicians just can't resist to blurt out and play the blame game. Oh while we are at it why don't we include poverty, unemployment, world hunger, typhoons, HIV AIDS, Dengue Outbreak, Cancer and all of the miserable things that had happened in our lifetime.

Pag na talisod at nahulog ka sa hagdanan YES! The government of the Philippines is all too blame. President Arroyo and her Government conceived and carefully planned all of this just so they could stay in control.

When you extend your arm to help others. They take advantage and
ask if they could have take your limbs.

As much as I love to share the real story behind the statement above it's too private that if by any chance he/she/they might read it would trigger world war amongst the people involved.

Let me just sight one of many incidents on how people take advantage the kindness of others.

The little girl.

It all started a few years back when "the little girls' mom asked my mama for help since they don't have any money to buy food. Then after a few weeks a little girl came to the house holding a letter addressed to my mom. The girl left our house with money, cooked rice and some groceries. This happens a number of times in a year with different reasons varying from school enrollment, projects, no food and alike. We started to not entertain "the little girl" when a relative who was visiting overheard a man and the little girls' conversation at a sari sari store near our house and "Bakit yan lang ang nakuha mo?". The man turned out to be his father scolded her and insisted that she ask for more.

Early this year she came back, not so little anymore. In her hand, a letter addressed to my mom. I read the letter and tore it to pieces.

I can't help but refer to the "old me " the oh so nice hindi mo alam kung uto-uto o saksakan lang talaga ng kabaintan. Now, I'm distrustful to people I know and don't know. I can't help but question their motives and analyze if they are worthy of help or not. My trust is a reward earned by people who in turn I trust and respect deeply.


t-na @ 4:30 PM| 0 comments