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Sometimes you have the best intentions of people at heart... but of course, I have to learn that I am not responsible with how people think, how people experience life and how people choose the one they love or hate. I just have to let them be. I now know how parents feel.

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I love Pinoy Big Brother! Gerry told me about it but of course being a few of the T.V.-less room in the Philippines, today was the first time that I was able to watch it.... 2 words .. "Guilty Pleasure..."

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I have a new goal and inspiration! I vow that I will run a marathon before I die.. Charuz! I am really inspired by Mr. Cadlum! Congratulations again! Idol! Hope we could have a chance to run together... at my pace.... hihihi...

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I am starting to like classical music or any music without any lyrics. I just don't want to think anymore when I am plugged to my I-Pod.

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Last Thursday, I was so touched because I looked into the kind and gentle eyes of someone who I know is genuinely good (it helps that he looks like Bruce Willis ;) ). He always posts here in my humble blog as Anonymous.. signed T. If ever I will have doubts about men... I will think of him and remember that there are still good men who lives with such kindess and with an air of congeniality around him. I pray that his health improves. I know it will! Tony you are an inspiration, when I grow up I want to be just like you! :)

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