Some people criticize other people when they post photos of food and selfies nowadays. Baka meron din na-o-offend na nagpopost pa kami ng mga non-Yolanda related entries. Please don’t get offended. I have a lot of relatives in Leyte kaya affected na affected ako sa mga nangyayari. But this doesn’t mean that we should all be depressed. Filipinos are resilient because we find a glimmer of hope and happiness in simple things we do and we see around us i.e. playing with your kid and eating good food. Baka mabaliw tayong lahat ‘te kung puro sad news lang ang iisipin natin.
For example, a person was able to get his relatives out of Leyte, masama ba if he posted photos of them smiling and eating yummy food? Eto pa, what if birthday ng person na iyon today, and his friends celebrated it with him. Masama ba if he posts photos of his celebration? His celebration of life? Hindi na siya dapat mag-celebrate kasi madaming nasalanta? Di naman siguro di ba? By posting those photos, I think people get hope that miracles do and can happen.
Just want to share this post from my friend, Joei…
Dito sa TSN, we try to avoid posting sad things, but it doesn’t mean we do not care.
Yun lang, gusto lang namin i-share. 🙂