More than having the fear of being in enclosed small places, I also have a fear of death. Not of my own but of the ones I love. Though I also fear that when I die, I haven’t fulfilled my purpose here on earth, which I would not allow.
Today we learned from the news about someone’s death. Most of the time, these news don’t merit our attention because we don’t know them or know someone closely related to them. But this time, the person who’s in the news was a better half, a soulmate of someone whom we had closely encountered with, the wife of our very own Professor Simbulan. His class might not have been one of my favorites and I may not be the best person to write about this but I sincerely want to express my sympathies and my reflections toward tragic instances such as this.
I always say I can’t imagine the pain of a person who goes through the loss of someone so dear, so sudden. And I never want to imagine, better yet experience such a feeling. Bottomline is, we’ll never know when we’ll lose someone or lose our own, so always pray, pray and pray and while it’s not yet too late, live your life for God and trust in Him.
UPDATE: How dare me forget to credit my best friend and business partner, Ian Santos who has helped (and has always been helping) me to conceptualize this design concept I used for my brochure and eventually adapted as a design for my CV and everything else. Since we plan to use this as our future design when we revamp WittyMinds, we shall be using this design concept (with different approaches) in all our collaterals such as CV and social networking accounts.
For my backgrounds that is.
Today I decided to make the backgrounds of all my social networking accounts uniform. The design is in honor of my cv, although originally it was the design of the brochure I submitted as final project for my Communication Styles and Trends class. I liked it so I put a ring on it. #corny
OC153 Final Project
So, friends please check out my accounts, follow/add me, and I’ll follow you if I haven’t. Here’s my tumblr and my twitter. I also posted my CV (see one of the pages tab above) for reference.
I submitted a lot of job applications last night using my totally revamped CV because I was starting to get worried that all jobs might have already been taken. And thank God (literally and everything-ly), I got calls today. Yes, callssss from reputable companies. Very, very promising.
And yes I went to an interview today and got accepted! Yay!
But I just want to share this photo of Kim Chiu I saw on Goya chocolates. I don’t know but there’s just something wrong with her smile. Do you think? Her upper lip is missing. Hehee.
What's wrong Kim? What's wrong?
Last September 25, the 3-day Unilab Ideas Positive Youth Camp has culminated with a competition among the top 5 schools that participated in its “research-based social marketing initiatives among college students that promote or advance health and wellness at the community level” viral video contest.
I bet you are!
About Ideas Positive
Ideas Positive: The Unilab Youth Camp for Change is organized by United Laboratories, Inc. (UNILAB) in collaboration with Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide-Manila.
After surviving a stressful judging process from a highly reputable roster of jurors, Team BIGGKAS from the University of Asia and Pacific emerged as the winner with their project about Hydroponic Farming.
Grand Prize Winner Team Biggkass of the University of Asia and the Pacific with Dr. Oscar Tinio, Mark Ruiz, Bert Manlapit, and Jack Orendain
Too bad our entry from UP Manila didn’t make it but still it’s a good experience to be able to attend Unilab’s Ideas Positive culminating activity. Besides the free food and snacks (yummy!), the lessons that we were able to learn from the notable people who were present there inspired us to do something , too to make a change in our own little way.