How To Make Your Own Easy Dalgona Coffee

A good coffee is a “latte” licious coffee but with coffee shops closed, you can never find a good coffee with a good brewer, unless you are one yourself.

If, all you know is put a powdered coffee on a cup then mix it with hot water, then listen to this, you’re up for a cup of coffee in your life.

Now, ever wonder how to make your coffee more delicious and yummier? Feeling the heat during summer? Missing a good brewed coffee during winter? Then, this one will definitely turn your taste buds into earbuds, just kidding. But, with this DALGONA COFFEE, your leisure? It’ll be a pleasure.

INGREDIENTS
  • Ice
  • 2 tbsp of water
  • 1 glass of fresh milk
  • 2 tbsp of brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbsp of coffee powder
  • Oreo cookie biscuit
  • Milo powder
DIRECTIONS

1. Open 2 sachets of coffee powder. (Any coffee will do)

2. Add the sugar.

3. Pour 2 tbsp of water.

4. Whisk it together until it becomes thick and creamy.

5. Get a glass. Put half cube of ice in it.

6. Pour the milk in. (Leave at least 2-3cm space from the tip of the glass for the coffee cream)

7. Add your whipped creamy and thick coffee.

8. Sprinkle some milo powder. (Optional)

9. Add your favourite biscuit. As for me I’m gonna use oreo cookie biscuit.

10. Get a straw then boom! You now have your own DALGONA COFFEE.

Beat the heat with your very own Dalgona Coffee. It’s just so easy to make, it won’t take you less than 10 minutes to prepare it. As for the ingredients, it so very little and affordable.

Make now your own Dalgona Coffee. Share it with your friends and family.

Top 10 Places Worth To Visit In Philippines

Itching to travel? I feel you. Many of us want to explore new seas and go to different kinds of adventure but due to an unexpected situation, our travel is only but a throwback.

Right now, since all we can do is reminisce, and there aren’t really many things to do since you and I are stuck. Why don’t you plan your next trip? To continue your, “naudlot na drawing” with your friends.

I know there are many places to choose from. And, it is really hard to decide which is the best place for you. But now, I put together some of the best places that will help you find your safe haven with this TOP PLACES WORTH TO VISIT IN THE PHILIPPINES.

1. Palawan

Palawan is around 270 miles long and just 25 across at its widest point, with limestone cliffs extending directly from the ocean, the seascape is dramatic and striking. It is one of the Philippines pride and proud island.

A paradise, heaven or whatever you call it. It’s a treasure cove for exotic wildlife, world heritage sites and quaint fishing villages. Palawan has been voted the best island in the world in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2020.

It’s not the easiest to reach, but it’s definitely worth it when you get there.

Find out more activities and things to do at Palawan Tour.

2. Bohol

Bohol is a 1st class provincial island province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas region. It is famous for its Chocolate Hills and tarsiers, which may be the world’s smallest primate.

It offers a lot of adrenaline-packed activities for adventure lovers like you and me, with the white sand beaches, world-class dive sites, and other activities, you will never ran out of choices to pick. For sunset lovers, enjoy and relax at the atmosphere of Panglao Island. It is one of priced treasure which it gives Bohol a unique charm.

Bohol is composed of one main island and 75 minor surrounding smaller islands, so it can be quite overwhelming to decide where to start.

Find out more activities and things to do at Bohol Tour. 

3. Cebu

Also known as, “Queen City of the South”. It is the very 1st Capital City of the Philippines. It is the “2nd City” of the Philippines after Manila.  Cebu is a 1st class highly urbanized city of Cebu in the Central Visayas Region.

When it comes to tourist spots in the Philippines, nothing is as diverse as Cebu. It is a home to a variety of cultural, historical and religious sites. Why is that? It is because Cebu is the country’s oldest city. It was the very first place of spanish settlement and considered the birthplace of Christianity in the Far East.

A great place that nestles spectacular marine life perfect for diving. Divers from different places travel to Cebu just for the diving hotspots like Malapascua to swim with thresher sharks and Oslob with whale sharks.

There are plenty to go around and places to visit in Cebu. One thing you shouldn’t miss while visiting Cebu is the known “Sinulog Festival” held every year in January making it a must add in your itinerary.

To help you plan for your trip, find out more activities and things to do at Cebu Tour.

4. Siargao Island

Siargao is a tear drop shaped island in the Philippine Sea situated 196 kilometers southeast of Tacloban in the province of Surigao del Norte.

It is known as the Surfing Capital of the Philippines. For surfers, Cloud 9 is one of the surfing spots in Siargao which is why this laidback island came into the radar of international travelers. For non-surfers, it can also be a good destination for a much needed island getaway.

The island also boasts delicious local and international cuisine for every discerning palate. There are plenty places and things to go around the island. So, planning one for your trip might be overwhelming.

Find out more activities and things to do at Siargao Tour.

5. Baguio

It is known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, owing to its cool climate which also makes it conducive for the growth of mossy plants, orchids and pine trees, to which it attributes its other name as the “City of Pines”.

When it comes to tourism, the city is one of the country’s top tourist destinations. During the year end holidays and summer, tourists from all over the country flock to the city to experience cold temperatures they rarely have in their home provinces.

There are more than 80 hotels and inns available, as well as numerous transient houses set up by the locals to accommodate thousands of tourists every year end and summer.

Find out more activities and things to do at Baguio Tour.

6. Boracay

Boracay is a small island in the Philippines, 7 km long and 1 km wide, located in the Western Visayas. It is famous for being one of the world’s top destinations for relaxation apart from its white sand.

In April 2018, the Philippine Government ordered a 6 month closure of the island for tourists to undertake major renovation works. This rehabilitation period, was used to restore the island to its former glory. It re-opened in October 2018, with a set of new rules meant to address a variety of issues and limited its number of daily visitors.

Please see Department of Tourism for more rules and regulations: http://www.tourism.gov.ph/

There are plenty of activities available on or near Boracay include scuba diving, windsurfing, cliff diving, and parasailing. The centre of the attraction is the dreamy 4km White Sand Beach, lined from one end to the other with hotels, restaurants, bars and dive shops several blocks deep.

Find out more activities and things to do at Boracay Tour.

7. Davao City

Davao is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the island of Mindanao, and one of the safest place in the Philippines. It is also one of the Philippines’ largest islands, and home to Mt. Apo, one of the highest mountains in the archipelago and a popular climbing destination. If you’re an experienced hiker, this one will prove to be a memorable hiking trip for you.

Davao is home to the Philippine Eagle. Also known as the Monkey-Eating Eagle, the Philippine Eagle is an endangered species endemic to the country. It is also famous for its fruits such as rambutan, lanzones, and durian that are must tries.

A trip here will treat you to a fun escapade to beaches, waterfalls, and food adventures. While there are many things to choose from, find out more activities and things to do at Davao City Tour.

8. Iligan City

Iligan is known as the “City of Majestic Waterfalls” because of the numerous waterfalls located within its area. The most well known is the Maria Cristina Falls. It is also the primary source of electric power of the city, 

Aside from Maria Cristina Falls, one of the city’s main attraction is Tinago Falls, located at Barangay Ditucalan, Iligan City. The 73 m high waterfalls is accessed by trekking down a series of winding staircase with 300 steps. The magazine Travel + Leisure named it as one of the “25 most awe-inspiring to see before you die.”

While the city is popularly known as the “City of Majestic Waterfalls” because of its 24 waterfalls located throughout the city, there are also other places you could visit.

Find out more activities and things to do at Iligan City Tour.

9. Vigan City

Vigan is one of the few Spanish colonial towns left in the Philippines whose old structures have mostly remained intact. Also, formerly known as “Ciudad Fernandina De Vigan”. Now, Vigan City is one of the New7Wonders Cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Spanish architecture that is still abundant in the area, mainly the Bahay na Bato houses and an Earthquake Baroque Church. Popular sites that still exists even now include Calle Crisologo, Syquia Mansion Museum, Padre Burgos House, and the National Museum of the Philippines.

Find out more activities and things to do at Vigan Tour

10. Camiguin IslanD

Camiguin is a peaceful island and the second smallest province in the country. It is famous to its sweet lanzones to where they dedicate and held Lazones Festival every year.

There are also many places to visit like springs, falls, beaches, snorkeling and the list goes on. The province also boasts three National Cultural Treasures, namely, the Old Bonbon Church ruins, the Sunken Cemetery of Catarman, and the Spanish-era watchtower which it is perfect for people who enjoys the sight of mystery and history.

For divers and snorkelers, Mantigue islet is the best area to dive and snorkel. It is a great island for relaxation with great vibe for tourists like you and me. A perfect place for getaway and free from city stress and hassle.

Find out more activities and things to do at Camiguin Tour.

7 Principles | Leave No Trace Guide

If you are considering on going a 3-7 day trip, you should always have a guide to follow to have a safe journey and to be a responsible traveller, from the time you step in adventure mode to back in reality mode.

Here are the 7 Principles to Leave No Trace

Being on a trip, or whatever adventure you are planning on is such an awesome thing to do, until something bad happens. It can ruin the whole purpose of having a peaceful, and relaxing trip.

It goes without saying, a trip or travel must be always? What? A time for yourself to enjoy without worrying anything, except if it’s your first time to travel (the feeling of getting anxious and thinking if you’re going on the right way, and worried if you’re lost).

What are the Things you Should Consider before Taking a Trip?
  • Identify and record the goals (expectations) of your trip.
  • Identify the skill and ability of trip participants.
  • Gain knowledge of the area you plan to visit from land managers, maps, and literature.
  • Choose equipment and clothing for comfort, safety, and Leave No Trace qualities.
  • Plan trip activities to match your goals, skills, and abilities.
  • Evaluate your trip upon return note changes you will make next time.
Other Elements to Consider
  • Weather
  • Terrain
  • Regulations/restrictions
  • Private land boundaries
  • Average hiking speed of group and anticipated food consumption (leftovers create waste which leaves a trace!)
  • Group size (does it meet regulations, trip purpose and Leave No Trace criteria?)

The idea of a trip is always outdoors. While on a trip, or camping;there is always one thing to consider, the place you are going. Ask before you go on this trip, is it safe to travel? Is it safe to hike on this area? Is there any chances of the ground collapsing? Chances of an accident happening are most likely very rare, only though if you’re not careful.

What are the Things to Remember in Choosing a Durable Surface?
  • Rock, sand and gravel
  • Ice and snow
  • Vegetation
  • Living soil
  • Desert puddles and mud holes
Other Things to Consider when Traveling Outdoors
  • Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Choosing a Campsite in High-use Areas
  • Camping in Undisturbed Remote Areas
  • Camping in River Corridors

“Pack it in, pack it out”. When going on a camp or a trip, food and other necessities are important. What is camping without marshmallows right? But, leaving your trash on the ground is a bad thing, not only to the nature, but also to the wildlife. Imagine, animals living around the area eating your trash and plastics. It will kill them and there deaths will be on your hands, sucks right?

Always dispose your trash on a a proper waste bin or if you can’t find one, take it home with you. Be a responsible traveller.

One of the most exciting part about going on a trip is the curiosity of knowing what kind place you are going. And, part of the adventure especially on a camp is finding interesting pieces like artifacts, and or human bones.

But, other than the human bones. As saying goes, “leave what you find.” In simple terms, mind your own business.

Seek adventure, but never seek other else that can destroy the nature. If you see something, take only pictures but never take the object, either harmless or dangerous.

It goes without saying, a real camper knows where and what materials to use to set up a fire without causing a damage. Please bear in mind that you’re not in your territory. If you’re going out camping, or taking a trip somewhere, always be extra careful because one missstep can cause serious damage.

The idea is already there, being in outdoors. Anything can happen especially when setting a fire on a camp. So, if you are travelling with a group or alone, there are still few restrictions you should follow.

Now, the question is.

Should You Build a Fire?
  • The most important consideration when deciding to use a fire is the potential damage to the backcountry.
  • What is the fire danger for the time of year and the location you have selected?
  • Are there administrative restrictions from the agency that manages the area?Is there sufficient wood so its removal will not be noticeable?
  • Does the harshness of alpine and desert growing conditions for trees and shrubs mean that the regeneration of wood sources cannot keep pace with the demand for firewood?
  • Do group members possess the skills to build a campfire that will Leave No Trace?

Think first before doing something rash. Like I said, anything can happen. That said, if you’re not careful. Be a responsible camper.

Firewood and Cleanup
  • Standing trees, dead or alive, are home to birds and insects, so leave them intact. Fallen trees also provide bird and animal shelter, increase water holding capacity of the soil, and recycle nutrients back into the environment through decomposition.
  • Stripping branches from standing or fallen trees detracts from an area’s natural appearance.
  • Avoid cutting or breaking branches from standing or downed trees. Dead and down wood burns easily, is easy to collect and leaves less impact.
  • Use small pieces of wood, no larger than the diameter of an adult wrist, that can be broken with your hands.
  • Gather wood over a wide area away from camp. Use dry driftwood on rivers and seashores.
  • Don’t bring firewood from home. Either buy it from a local source or gather it responsibly where allowed.
  • Burn all wood to white ash, grind small coals to ash between your gloved hands, thoroughly soak with water, and scatter the remains over a large area away from camp. Ashes may have to be packed out in river corridors.
  • Replace soil where you found it when cleaning up a mound or pan fire.
  • Scatter unused wood to keep the area as natural looking as possible.
  • Pack out any campfire litter. Plastic items and foil-lined wrappers should never be burned in a camp fire.
Safety
  • Provide adequate supervision for young people when using stoves or fires.
  • Follow all product and safety labels for stoves.
  • Use approved containers for fuel.
  • Never leave a fire unattended.
  • Keep wood and other fuel sources away from fire.
  • Thoroughly extinguish all fires.

The most important rule to follow whenever you’re going on an adventure is never ever destroy nor disturb an animals habitat. Never feed nor taunt them, I know some animals are cute but always respect them. They are on that area, forest and nature fo ra reason.

Help them survive rather than causing problems for them. If we humans don’t like to be disturbed by other person or our neighbours, how much more this animals that are only minding their own business. Imagine how would they feel.

You’re not alone, always remember that. Be considerate with other visitors. I am pretty you already know by just reading the statement alone.

How would you feel if a visitor before you destroyed the whole place? You will be disgusted and dissatisfied with what you are saying right? So, now that you know; wherever you are part on this earth right now, always bear in mind you are not alone.

Respect other tourists, campers and anyone from the group. Always follow the rules and regulations set by the authorities on the area and be aware of your surroundings. Like I said, anything can happen.

Be prepared, and never forget to never leave no trace. Take the memories you created with you but never take something out from the nature.

© 1999 by the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics: http://www.LNT.org

Wingers Unlimited Cebu

“Unlimited Wings & Rice + Fries.” Known for the best unlimited chicken wings in town.

They got 5 different flavors you can choose from. Pick what you want, savor the moment with a twist in taste and flavor.

  • SGT. GARLIC PEPPER
  • COL. SWEET MUSTARD
  • MAJOR BARBECUE
  • PRIVATE PLAIN
  • JOHN DOE

Unlimited chicken with different flavors won’t be complete without unlimited rice, drinks, deserts and fries. All for only Php298.00 per head.

BRANCHES
  • Robinsons Galleria Cebu: G/F Robinsons Galleria Cebu
  • Mango Square: Alfresco Area Mango Square, Gen. Maxilom Ave., Cebu City
  • Lahug: Unit 5, Pretigio JY Square, Gorordo Ave., Lahug, Cebu City
  • Mandaue: M. L. Quezon Avenue, Maguikay, Mandaue City, Cebu

If you’re craving for something spicy, sweet, sour, and cheesy. They’ve got everything you’re looking for. Drinks? Unlimited. Rice? Unlimited. Fries? Unlimited. So, what are you waiting for? Go now to their nearest store, they are open from 10AM-9PM.

Its all good in the hood with Wingers Unlimited.

IMPORTANT REMINDER: The rates, and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without onspot’s notice. For other information, please direct your concerns and questions through Wingers Unlimited by clicking their Facebook Page.

Creamy Sweet Nutritious Pineapple Chicken | Easy Recipe

How  To Cook Your Own Creamy Sweet Nutritious Pineapple Chicken?

Craving for a creamy, sweet and nutritious food? Then look no more, cook for more with this easy steps, easy recipe in cooking your own CREAMY SWEET NUTRITIOUS PINEAPPLE CHICKEN.

Let’s get cooking! 

Ingredients: 

♨️ 1 Can of Pineapple Chunks
♨️ 1/2 Cup of Evaporated Milk
♨️ 1 pc Large Red Bell Pepper
♨️ 4 Gloves Minced Garlic
♨️ Ground Black Pepper
♨️ 1 Chicken Broth Cube
♨️ Medium Size Carrot
♨️ 1/2 kilo Chicken
♨️ 1 pc Onion
♨️ Water
♨️ Salt 

Preparation time: 30 Minutes

Directions:

  • Pour 1 can of pineapple chunks into the bowl of chicken. Let the chicken meat soak in the pineapple juice for 3 minutes.
  • Sauté the garlic and onion.
  • Add the tomatoes.
  • Add the chicken. Do not include the pineapple juice yet. Wait until the chicken gets tenderized.
  • If the chicken is already tender, pour the juice in. 
  • Melt the chicken broth cube with warm water in a glass. If the chicken broth cube has already melted, pour it in then let it sit for 10 minutes.
  • After 10 minutes, add the sliced pineapple chunks.
  • After, add the carrots and bell pepper.
  • If the vegetables are all tender, pour in 1/2 evaporated milk. Mix everything well to sweetened the soup and chicken.
  • Add a little bit black pepper and a salt.
  • Serve it on the plate!

There you have it! Your very own cooked creamy sweet pineapple chicken.. 

Enjoy it! Savor the pleasure! 

How To Bake Your Own Homemade Cake Without Oven?

Staying at home, doing the same routine everyday, will literally bore you eventually. And, in some point it will make you feel empty and depress especially for people who constantly overthink things.

But, not anymore. I will help you use your heads, unlock your creativity and start using your imagination to create daily tasks more enjoyable.

Now, to put sweetness in your “bitter” life (only if you’re broken hearted.) I will introduce you to my good friend “DOM” with his recipe. You can create your own cake at your own leisure, with easy steps, easy ingredients and with little or no cost at all. 

5 Things You Need
  1. Fudgee Bar
  2. All Purpose  Cream
  3. Condensed Milk
  4. Bowl
  5. Container (Tupperware)
3 Ingredients
  1. Fudgee Bar
  2. 1 All Purpose Cream
  3. 1 Alaska ondensed Milk (Any will do as long as it’s condensed milk.)
Directions
  1. Take the fugdee bar out of the plastic.
  2. Slice the fudgee bar in half.
  3. Get your bowl 🍲.
  4. Pour in the all purpose cream.
  5. Pour half of condensed milk into the bowl. 
  6. Mixed the all purpose cream and condensed milk together until its a bit soggy.
  7. Get your container. (Any will do, if you want a bigger cake then it’s up to you. Just don’t lose the Tupperware or your mom will kill you.) 
  8. Put the sliced half fudgee bar and arrange it in timely manner. 
  9. Pour in the mixed all purpose cream and condensed milk into the container.
  10. If you still got few fugdee bars, crashed it to turn in to crumbs.
  11. Add the crumbs inside the container then bwala! You’re done!
  12. Last thing you need to do is put it inside the fridge for 5hrs and wait. 

After 5hrs of waiting, you have now your own homemade cake.

Don’t let anything stop you from doing what you love in terms of baking and cooking. Use your imagination and use it for your advantage to make your way, a better day.

Check out DOMs Youtube Channel.

What Is Coronavirus? | Symptoms & Disease Overview

Coronavirus (COVID19) has given us a lot of hardships this past 3 months. Not only that, it gave heartaches to the families who lost their loved ones because of this virus.

Today, a total number of 12,180,154 confirmed cases around the globe with staggering deaths total 552,380.

Now, enough of that. Let us have an overview of what is coronavirus (COVID-19)? What are the symptoms? And, how can we prevent ourselves from getting infected?

What Is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

We obviously know it is an infectious disease.  It is a new strain of coronavirus which first emerge in Wuhan, China last December 2019.

World Health Organization (WHO) officially announced the name of this new type of disease last February 11, 2020 which we already know now as Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Coronavirus disease 2019 / 2019 Novel Coronavirus, abbreviated as COVID-19; meaning: “CO” stands for “corona.” “VI” stands for “virus.” And, “D” for ”disease.”

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is not the same as the common coronaviruses that causes mild illness like colds. COVID-19 is a new type of disease causing patients to have respiratory illness and worse death. 

How Coronavirus (COVID-19) Is spread?

The new coronavirus can be spread person to person through droplets released into the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. 

The droplets generally do not travel more than a few feet, and they fall to the surface in a few seconds. 

Study also shows that coronavirus can survive on surfaces for a few hours or days depending on varied conditions. This is why social physical distancing and mandatory wearing face masks are implemented in different cities in the world. 

How Do You Protect Yourself From Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

The first line of defense is our immune system. 

  • You need to boost your immune system because COVID-19 isn’t really that picky when it comes to race/age. It infects everyone including you reading this.
  • Do not go outside when it is really not needed except when if its an emergency. 
  • Do not forget to wear face masks at all times.
  • Frequently do wash your hands with soap and rubbing alcohol.  
  • Avoid touching your face, nose and eyes.
  • Always keep 1 meter distance from a person. 

Discipline starts within yourself. So, start acting like one. We have a saying, “prevention is better than cure.”.

What Are The First Symptoms Of Coronavirus (COVID-19)? 
  • Headaches
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath
  • Muscle aches
  • Sore throat
  • Unexplained loss of taste or smell
  • Diarrhea
  • Cough

If you feel sick and you think you have this symptoms, please refer directly to your health care gov’t. or doctor to assist you with your situation.

The World Today With Coronavirus

At the very start of the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wuhan, China, I already suspected this will cause a huge problem across the globe especially the economy. I was so sure the virus has already began spreading to different places and countries before the lockdown in Wuhan was placed.

Now, I am not saying I am blaming the Chinese people for what happened, no one expected this much that it would cause a huge mess. 

I know I am a bad person for saying this but I always wished like this would happen. But, I’ve got my reasons and what is it? “It is only when we are in a serious situation we try to change. It is only when we realize we need to change when it is already too late.” As saying goes, “Nasa huli ang pagsisisi.” 

A person’s personality can be changed when you put them into a tight spot and corner them, that’s interrogation 101.

Now, going back to the topic at hand. Right now, there’s nothing more we can do while we wait for a vaccine to be created. ECQ are placed all over the streets and communities with bigger population in hopes of suppressing the virus. 

But, now General Community Quarantine (GCQ) and Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) will be implemented on different places in the Philippines starting on May 16. And I don’t think this is a bad idea at all. We need to move forward because if we don’t, economy will collapse, a lot of people will go starve, many business will go bankrupt and a lot of people will lose their jobs. 

The Philippine Government can’t keep up especially in providing the people with their daily needs. In addition to that, some local officials are hoarding the money which is supposed to be given to those who are really in need of help. 

True, we haven’t flatten the curved yet. And, the positive cases are still rising up everyday. Rapid mass testing are happening in different places in the Philippines, but this still won’t be enough. 

I know this current situation has given us a very hard time. I know for a fact, after all this; there will be a lot of changes. But, that isn’t a reason for us to live in fear. Let us try to be grateful in this times of suffering. Always remember, “there is always rainbow after the rain.” 

How does the current situation affected a person’s life? I’d say some are suffering, some are don’t. Some are grateful, some are not. Some are scared, some are brave. And, some are living, some they don’t. It only comes down to one fact we are all human beings with different emotions, views and opinions. So, try not to complain so much, live the life you have at this moment. 

Be Strong | Be Brave 


Peace

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What Is Life? | Definition Of Death

RUN YOUR ADS WITH US

Isn’t it funny? That right after we’re born, we are carrying the curse of death. Right after we leave our mothers womb, then make our first cry; reality is we all die.

For so many centuries had passed, scientists all over the world are spending most of their time unlocking the mysteries of life. They spend a lot of time researching and experimenting to achieve what we call, “perfect life” or more accurately, “perfect being.” 

But, not even a single person was able to bypass the code. We try to grasp and comprehend that things are perfect simply because of the moment that we are happy, and that’s fine. It’s really fine to be happy, to find perfection so we can live a life without worries and stress. After all, we are human beings whom we do not know when and how to be contented.

We all strive to live a life full of joy and love and yet we still have those moments we feel pain and sadness. And as a person, we say to ourselves that it’s okay, it’s part of being alive. The pain is part of us and a sign that we are still here breathing. 

But what if, everything crashes? All comes down to what we do not want and we know, “ending.” Right now, we are in the midst of suffering because of the coronavirus, spreading and infecting millions of people across the globe. And yet, some people still have the audacity to be selfish, spreading fake news and worse is, taking this situation as a joke.

A person’s mind is limitless, let your brain learn new things and it will open a wide range of capabilities for your advantage, the same goes for stupidity. 

So, the question is; “How far does a human stupidity will take us?”

Things happening right now is not to cause panic and chaos but it is a warning for all of us. And we should change our views, not just a person but a human with honor, dignity and respect. For we only have one LIFE, and one WORLD.

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Frontliners Fighting Coronavirus | Message

RUN YOUR ADS WITH US

As we continue to battle the unforeseen virus. More and more of our health workers are getting infected. 

Our front-liners, where they should be with their families. They continue battling the virus knowing the chances of then getting infected as well. One might of you will say, “they should be the one fighting because it is their duty.” Such insensitive beings. 

Through the history of sicknesses and viruses, our health workers have proved their value over the years by fighting, sacrificing their own time for our health and yet we all still complain. How long does it take for us people to learn to be contented? Because from what I can see, the only time we stop complaining is when we learn to be contented on what we have in life. 


Let us not forget that they are human beings in flesh and blood. They get tired, angry, upset, hungry, depressed and worse of all is they die.  They are like us. They are all like us. The only thing that separates us from one another is our different views, opinions and beliefs in life.

The world as we know it right now is something we could not change, maybe we do can but ignorance and stupidity rules over us, not to mention that “SOME” of the elected officials. 
There are people like me, voicing out what is right. I’m not activist nor communist shit. I hate politics actually. Why? For many centuries, dirty politics and with power ruled over the country. 

Right now, no matter how many people voice out. Stupidity and ignorance will always prevail to those people with power or little no brains at all. 
And again,

TO ALL OF OUR FRONTLINES, EVERYONE FIGHTING THIS VIRUS ESPECIALLY TO THOSE PEOPLE EXPERIENCED DISCRIMINATION FROM IGNORANT FOOLS. I THANK YOU AND I SALUTE ALL OF YOU. 

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