Can you even imagine how unfair you are? Now that you’re single, you do a lot of things that I long for us to do together. Simple request that I asked from you and yet, you didn’t give me.
Clearly, you’re enjoying yourself now. I hope you have a good time. So stupid of me to stalk your profile every now and then. So here what I get from you, nothing but sadness. Thank you for being unfair.
Life is too short. So short, that you don’t know what will happen next.
A while ago in the office, our manager and the rest of my colleagues were talking about the tragic incident that happened recently. The death of Kae Davantes, an Account Manager in an Ad Agency in Manila is all over the news. Her body was found in Cavite area, where it was brutally slain. Apparently, she was last seen on BGC, a high end area in Metro Manila where most top companies are based. The mere fact that BGC is a prime location, who would think that it would be a place for another crime incident.
After hearing what happened to her, my heart felt scared and devastated. This incident is so devastating, cause she’s too young to die. She was so helpless, when she was murdered. I also feel scared at the same time, because like her, I also drive my own car. My loved ones never seem to forget to tell me, how careful should I be whenever I go to the parking lot alone.
This is a realization how cruel our world is, now. Men, women or children, are being killed for money or even anonymous reasons. Incidents are getting insane, as each day passes by. A clear sign, that this is the RIGHT time to call on to God and PRAY. Nothing would be more powerful than our prayers.
Nevertheless, my sympathy goes to Kae Davantes’ family. And, to all the ladies, let’s all be extra cautious whenever we commute or drive our own car. A lot of criminal minds are out there, waiting for their chance to commit a sin.
Lord, kayo na po bahala sa mga tao na nagkamali. Pinauubaya na po namin lahat ito sa inyo. Naway maisip nila na marami silang nasaktan at sana po ay pagsisihan nila ang kanilang mga kasalanan. Amen!
As much as I want to express myself in this blog, I just can’t. A lot of people that I know, including friends, acquaintances or even a few rivals know my online diary. So this is the reason, why some of my blog posts are in PRIVATE.
“When the group settled in among the throngs in the city of Manila—the most densely populated city on earth—Sienna could only gape in horror. She had never seen poverty on this scale.” – a phrase from Dan Brown’s book, INFERNO.
I strongly appeal to Dan Brown’s book, “Inferno”. Accusing Manila as “Gates of Hell” is a fallacious appearance of novelty. For others it might be an art, but Brown should always keep in mind that there will always be Filipinos who inhibits patriotism.
Although the book itself and all its contents might be fictional. However, Mr. Brown could have at least been more sensitive with his story and ideas. Manila, a city of obscurity is no different from any other cities. No state is a perfect example of heaven. Comparing Manila with hell is abominable.
Surely, reality hurts. But, authors should be more careful in using and describing facts, especially if this is existing beyond our imaginations.