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Kung pagod ka na, magpahinga ka. Wag mong pilitin ang sarili mo sa mga bagay na alam mo namang masasaktan ka kung itutuloy mo pa. Ang buhay, hindi talaga patas yan, dapat masanay ka lang sa mga nangyayari sayo ngayon. Makuntento at maging masaya ka lang, iwasan mong maging malungkot sa mga walang kwentang bagay.
Sa panahon ngayon, hindi natin alam kung saan tayo lulugar dahil hindi naman natin alam kung anong pwedeng sitwasyon pwede nating maranasan. Hindi natin alam yung mga mangyayari. Masama man yan o mabuti. Sasaya ka man o masasaktan. Siguro ganito ang realidad.
Bakit kaya ganun? May mga taong hindi mo naman hinihintay pero bigla na lang dadating sa buhay mo? Yung feeling na ineenjoy mo yung pagiging single mo pero may dumating na isang taong gagawing kumplikado ulit yung nararamdaman mo. Kapag nagkakilala na kayo magiging - Magkaibigan - Close friend - M.U - Magiging kayo - LQ -Magbebreak and back to strangers ulit. Nakakainis no? Hindi mo talaga pwedeng mahulaan yung mga mangyayari sa buhay mo, kailangan mo lang maki “flow” ika nga. Haaaaay! :)
So ‘twas the 2nd MU that I attended. The event was awesome. A for effort but I noticed some things that are not good from both organizers and participants side. Organizers announced through blog posts that participation is a must. They even mentioned that they need 90% only but then most of the participants still didn’t cooperate. Most of us (Yes. Us. Because I, myself is guilty.) wanted to take selfie and the likes with the other bloggers instead of joining the activities. And that’s sad. The main purpose of the event was not met. On the other side, the organizers were not that firm and convincing enough for us to follow them. Siguro dahil na rin sa sobrang init sa Luneta ng araw na iyon, hindi ko naramdaman na nagkaisa ang mga bloggers. Then, I was able to sneak around Luneta Park that day while waiting for some friends. Hindi lang pala Chiniese Gaden ang meron doon. May iba ibang parks sa loob ng park. Amazing. And each park may entrance fee na 10 peseos which is not bad kasi parang yun yata yung ginagamit para ma maintain yung cleanliness and welfare ng park. Accessible din sa bilihin like water and snacks kasi sa bawat park, may kiosk sa labas. Its like a mini sari sari store which I think is a witty idea. Hindi na kailangan maglakad ng malayo para makahanap ng tindahan. Sulit ang pagluwas sa Manila. Especially sa Luneta. I never expected na ganito ka-convenient mag meetup sa ganitong lugar unlike sa malls.
I’m looking forward to attend another MU in the future. It feels good to meet new bloggers and get along with the old ones. I’m just hoping for a better participation from the bloggers and firm leadership from the organizers.
At the end of the day, I still enjoyed the TSAMU2014. And I know, most of the attendees felt the same way as well. Kudos to the organizers. I hope yesterday’s TSAMU is not the last. Magbago sana ang isip niyo, sana every year may ganitong event para sa pagtataguyod at pagpapakilala ng Luneta Park.
Well, I am not from the city and I always consider going to Manila a 100% hassle. I am not used to busy group of people around and the smoke from different vehicles. I don’t see very tall buildings and establishments but there is one reason why I’ve always want to go there, I have wonderful friends I badly want to meet. So last May 24, 2014, I attended the TSAMU 2014 (Tumblr Summer Amazing Meet Up) which took place at Rizal/Luneta Park specifically on the Chinese Garden.
It was months ago since I went to Luneta Park but I notice that this epic place has improved a lot. I also love the cleanliness of the streets and the good atmosphere around. It’s like a breath of fresh air. The place also have a tight security so everyone can feel safe. So even before meeting my Tumblr friends, I am already satisfied because of the happiness I got in seeing this historical place after months.
That day was one of the best day in my summer this year. I am very happy to see my long distance friends again and I thank the organizers and of course, Luneta Park for making this meet up possible. I am looking forward on visiting this place again!
It really disappoints me to realize that there are people na sinasabing tutulungan ka, laging andiyan para sayo at hindi ka iiwan sa ere. You don’t know how I feel right now, I respect that we have our own priorities na kailangang gawin pero sana man lang kung anong nasimulan, tinatapos rin. Hindi yung nagpapasimpleng iwas at nang-iiwan na lang. Alam kong alam niyo kung anong at stake, hindi ko kailangan ng awa niyo. Kailangan ko ng tulong niyo to finish all of this na gumagambala sa isip ko and perhaps after, pwede na tayong magkalimutan. Tutal naman, yun pinapakita niyo sakin.
CHINESE GARDEN AT RIZAL PARK
We’ve experience another fun and memorable Tumblr Summer Amazing Meetup last 22nd of May at The Chinese Garden in Luneta Park in Manila. Everyone indeed had fun and all of these weren’t even possible without the effort and cooperation of the event’s organizers and their venue partner – National Parks and Development Committee. Aside from the happiness TSAMU brought to its attendees, it also showed how wonderful the vicinity of the venue was.
Do you want to go to a quiet, comfortable and sanctuary-like place in the heart of the busy metro? Well, The Chinese Garden is an ideal place for those seeking a cool, cozy spot after a tiring walk or for those who just want to chill out. The garden was established by the Chinese community as an additional attraction in Rizal Park. A big entrance designed with an ornate Chinese gate flanked by seemingly swirling dragons greets the visitors who want to experience the peace this place offers. There are also pagodas,a pond which you can view turtles and fishes swimming around it, gazebos with red pillars and green tiled roofs decorated with mythical figures, poems and philosophies written in Chinese, English and Filipino translations in every pillars as well as the statue of the renowned Chinese philosopher Confucius giving visitors a sense of serenity.
Lovers are often seen taking photos for souvenirs or simply sitting on the benches and spending quality timesavouring the peaceful atmosphere of the garden. Some even refer the Chinese Garden as a place for lovers. However, it is also ideal for the elderly and families who are allowed to bring in food for a simple picnic in the great and clean landscaped garden.
I cannot express how great the garden experience was, until you see it for yourself. If you wish to visit The Chinese Garden, just take a cab or jeepney going to Luneta Park. The garden’s ornate Chinese gate is located on the left side facing the Jose Rizal monument. Entrance fee for every person is only10 pesos. Make sure you have the ticket with you after paying at the entrance and eventually you’ll feel for yourself the bliss The Chinese Garden in Rizal Park has to offer.