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Today, I would like to share this entry written by my daughter in her blog, My daughter is a certified blogger and she writes well, but since she is busy and have no time to write because of her school activities, it comes out in my idea to post her works and some posted entries from her blog with her permission to avoid plagiarism.
I just want to repost this entry entitled “THE NEGLECTED LEGITIMATE CHILD” I just only want to say to the concern person (her father) "that we have a freedom to tell our own story and you have a freedom to read and comment. But you have no right to tell our daughter to erase her post since this is the only way that she can express her feelings (either good or bad) to help her from any depression she got." You know how I protected her, especially her feelings and I didn't advice her to hate you but instead I told her to love and pray for you, because I know what she feels for you "she did love you and I respect her feelings". This is the only way that she can make herself free from fears, to tell her experience and share it to the world, how she survive.
I want to say in Tagalog (Bato, bato sa langit ang matamaan wag magalit), if ever you pass by in this blog and re-read again this post. I'm sorry, just read and comment.
Now we’re blogging face-to-face,
This world’s become a Blogger’s place.
I was about to hop without a blast,
But you, Saved The Best For Last.
To my regular visitors, droppers, and friends, I would like to inform you that I change my EC drop widget from this lovely baby
My daughter lollii-pii who is an incoming fourth year student of GSC SPED was given a privilege to do the Opening Remarks during their recognition day held last March 31, 2009.
Since, one of her classmate refused to do the part, she recommended my daughter to their teacher adviser to do the part, and she accepted the opportunity.
Though she is not in the list of top ten students she gained a SMART AWARD with an average grade of 93%.
My daughter longed to be one of the top ten but she failed to do it. I advice her not to force herself since this might drive her to depression. I encouraged her to accept what life would offer her and enjoy it.
Being her mom, I felt excited that my daughter will come to the stage not to get those sumptuous awards but to present her presence to share her thoughts to the visitors, to her schoolmates, classmates, teachers, principal and guest speaker. It is also my honor because after her speech the guest speaker acknowledged my daughter and thanked her because they have the same passage and ideas.
I want to share with you how my daughter delivered her speech: This is not quality video, you can read her speech written below.
To our beloved principal, Mrs. Rizza-Robin Valdez, to our SPED Supervisor, Mrs. Emerenciana S. Robin, to our honorable guest speaker, Mr. Paul Imperial, to my fellow students, and to our supportive parents and teachers, a pleasant afternoon to all of you. I'm much privileged to have been asked to make some brief opening remarks at today's main event. I'd like to share with you two distinct thoughts today: one is about the genuine essence of education; the other is how edification aids in determining our future.
In the republic, plato, a notorious Greek author and philosopher, wrote the passage, "the direction in which education starts a man, will determine his future life." I take this to denote that education sets an individual on a path of future learning, opening new doors for them-literally and imaginatively.
Education is alleged to have many facets just like that of a sumptuous jewel. It may refer to any act or experience that has a seminal upshot on the mind, disposition or physical aptitude to an individual. Education is truly a significant aspect which contributes to our formal well-being as well as to our society's upliftment.
Education exists for us and us only...
I recall the previous days where I rant about how atrocious the subject matters are. however, as the wind of time came to awaken my sleeping self, I realized how important it is to gain knowledge as I took a step forward to my uncarved future.
Future. How do we define it? It is a world where flying shoes exist? Or a generation where we see ourselves served by technologically-advanced robots?
YEs, it may be... Yet, the definite meaning of the word future, in my own perception, is the product of what we had learned in our journey towards success and self-improvement. It is our benign and educated selves who will determine our future life.
Tomorrow will be our future and today would be our past. Don't wait for grace to come for waiting will do no good. Time is gold and if you are able to perform what is needed to be done today, why wait for the forthcoming days! Let us all inter on our very minds that our education is our contribution to our future life.