Shaken.

We live our lives thinking that we have control over it, that we are captains of our own destinies. We live thinking of a future where were are great, accomplished, happy. Our days are spent thinking of what we can do tomorrow, next week, next year. Yet, it only takes a minute to remind us that there are greater powers at work, that it will only take one second for Death to take us.

If there is one thing I’ve learned throughout this terrifying experience, it’s to always, always try to appreciate what I have today: the knowledge that I am imperfect and human but capable of kindness and compassion, the love of my family and friends, and the blessing of finding that one true love. In the end, this will be all that matters.

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5 thoughts on “Shaken.

  1. Hi! From your post I can trace that you were either in Cebu or Bohol when it happened. Glad to know you are safe.

    Great and insightful post albeit coming from a threatening experience.

    Have a great week ahead!

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