Posted in: career
I have met one passenger who’s battling with breast cancer for 9 years. She is 61 years old & not married, she has six siblings which have their own families except for the youngest one whom she is living with.
At her age, she is still working while having her treatment -chemo, radiation & etc all alone by herself for she doesn’t want to trouble her siblings as they’re busy with their own families.
She’s a stranger but talking to her was like I was talking to my mother. I admire her for her strength and for being so positive in life despite of what she’s going through. She gives me a lot of encouragement and inspiration. Such a strong & courageous woman.
My struggle is nothing compare to hers and that I should be more thankful & grateful with my life. She reminds me to face every situations with the right attitude and that life is still beautiful.
Everyday at work I meet a lot of different and interesting people all over the world. I face different challenges and gain different experiences. I came to realized no matter what attitude passengers are going to show me I should not judge them. Everyone has a different story.
Praying for complete healing of my passenger whom despite of her situation she remains grateful in life. And yet, she still willing to help others with all her heart especially to those with cancer. Her heart is full of strength, hope, kindness & peace. Im so blessed with her life. God bless her.
Cancer is big but God is bigger!
Life is beautiful!
Are you a chain smoker? Then sooner or later you will be having erectile dysfunction. Heart disease, lung problems, strokes and certain cancers haven’t been the only consequence of the bad habit, and now this finding added to the reasons as if those are not enough for men to quit smoking, as a new research shows that smokers with a pack-a-day habit are almost 40 percent more likely to struggle with erectile dysfunction than men who don’t smoke. The nicotine and other vasoconstrictors delivered by smoking close down the blood vessels of the male organ, thus hinders them to achieve or sustain an erection on repeated occasions.
I had a lower right abdominal pain for about a day. At first I didn’t pay attention to it for the pain was still tolerable but then when I noticed the pain never go and found myself waking up early at 03:00Hr in the morning because of discomfort, I then decided to go to the hospital to see a doctor. I was worried for the symptoms were likely an appendicitis. The doctor have examined my blood, urine and have made an x-ray of my back and lower abdomen but they found nothing. I was a bit in relief to know that there’s no findings but I was wondering what was the caused of the pain.? Maybe I should assume it was just a muscle strain and peptic ulcer from jogging and working-out with a stomach empty before I had the pain. The doctor recommended me to undergo a “CT scan” but I refused when I came to know the amount I have to pay. It’s too much for me, it was almost half of my salary and that time I didn’t have that amount of money in my pocket. The doctor then asked me to sign a waiver and then gave me some medicines. The pain was gone the next day. Thanks God for the healing mercy.
I just realized there is nothing in our life which is more valuable than “good health.” Sometimes we work so hard to earn money that we even forget to take a rest. Our body is not indestructible if we don’t take care of our body it will just give up one day and the money we earned through hard work will only be spent for hospitalization or medications, our work will get affected until we lost our job and so as our income. Our precious time will be wasted lying down in bed instead of enjoying it, spending it with our love ones. We can’t do much and we become less productive. Everything we have – money, time and even possessions will all get into waste if we get sick. There’s no happiness & peace but pain, sufferings and expenses. We need more money for health and we must also find ways to get more health for the money.
I remember what my colleague have said. We called Him uncle for He is the oldest employee in our company. He is already 64yrs old but still fit and kicking. He works just for fun. He is funny, always giving foods to everyone and love to make dirty jokes but I learned something from Him.
He told me while I’m still young and have job I must take care of my future. I must invest on two things…Money and Health. Money to use to survive and sustain a comfortable life when I become old and jobless. And health as we get older our body inevitably start getting slower and weaker but atleast if we take care of our health we can remain fit and away from illness until we are very old. To stay fit and healthy, I must exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, stay away from bad habits like drinking and smoking and of course enough sleep and rest. Remember our health, our future depends on how we live today.
Have a happy and healthy life…Life is beautiful!!!
Posted in: climate
, current events
Tagged: Capital City
, medical exam
, Visa processing
The Capital City of my beloved Country, Philippines! It is 599 miles or 966km away from my place, Davao, it takes 1 hour and 15 minutes by plane to reach there.
I’ve been there last week for a couple of days. I reported to the agency to comply and settle all the requirements needed in Visa processing. I applied to work in Holiday Inn Hotel Muscat Oman as Guest Relation Officer, praise God I am already hired. I underwent medical examination as one of the requirements and great I passed.
The place is so strange for me but I thank God I had my Aunt who guided me all through the way. I made to gain the maximum benefit from my trip. I spent wonderful time with my Aunt & Cousins, meeting friends and strolling in some of the beautiful places in Manila that highlights the memory of my trip.
Everything was OK and the climate was good.