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Who chooses me or who I chose?

This is somewhat a common question pertaining to relationship among Filipinos. There is even a song written to indicate a similar meaning of the title. Who will you prefer the person who chooses you or the person you choose? The song however pertains to love not simply choosing someone. However, to make the dilemma more relatable I would opt to use the word choose than love because the former is more definitive and concrete in meaning. This will the focus of this blogpost. A question of what seems selfish. It is selfish both to choose one and choose another who chose you. To choose one is like behaving superior over the other. Superiority as perceived maybe due to wealth, status or any desired characteristic. To be superior is itself selfish by failing to recognize another person as a co-equal being. On the other hand, to simply wait for someone to choose you is also selfish. Think how much self-confidence to think this way. One is quite certain that at least one in the wo

Time: How We Use It?

Time is gold. When it pasts, it can never be reversed back. When something has already occurred, it can never be undone. That is how life works. We are all dependent with time. For time is not just a resource, but also an opportunity for us take risks, chances and realize our aspirations. So it is therefore important for us to utilize our time optimally because we never know what challenges lies in the future. This is the core theme of this blogpost. We use time for something. One third of our time is used for rest and sleep. Approximately another third is consumed while we are at work or doing something related to it. The remaining third is what makes our lives richer and meaningful. The last third defines who we are and what we like. It is natural that we do not find time for things that we either do not like or that has no meaning for us. Our hobbies, social and recreational activities add spice to our lives. Without these activities our lives become monotonous. However,