Hello Ms. Jaenice, FYI, it’s not a draft. It’s an abstract poem :-) hope you do know how to appreciate elites’ art. :D
Today, while I was ridding in a tricycle, I glanced and looked around the street.Suddenly, I saw a lady, holding the right and left hand of an innocent child while it walks. The scenery is nothing new. It was a typical moment of mother and child , but it caught my attention because the lady was blind. I fixed my eyes on them as the tricycle moved away, I wonder how could this lady continue to guide her young. Questions such as , “how was she able to teach and lead her baby walk when she herself can’t see?” comes into my mind. For a moment, I think, and realized, nothing defeats guiding through love. :)
Just like what Zuckerberg said in one of his interview , “there is already an established community, all we need is to think how we can help this community.” The on-line community is now becoming more realistic that it invades even our private way of purchasing products that we need and want. Multiply is just one of the many blogsite that perceive the potential of social media to become an alternative market. E-commerce has gone it’s way to the top. Success in many business of today always acknowledge it’s utility as an essential element for triumph.
The good thing about internet is that it help us spread the information quickly,nice, that the cyber citizen are becoming much aware in the happenings around. On the other hand, the problem is that HOW TRUE the information spread was. In the case of DPWH edited photo, we shouldn’t judge that fast wether or not the picture was refined without any further research about the issue.
As one of the Filipino teenager, I believe that foreign products are no match with the product created and produced here in the Philippines IF AND ONLY WE ARE CAPABLE TO SUPPORT AND PATRONIZE IT. When it comes to materials and design, our products are really world class. The only sad part is that, it’s more expensive than the imported products. Yes it is true, Nike, Adidas, and Bench are the topmost choice of Filipino teenager when it comes to Brands, but the question is, how many of that teenager buys the original product? Isn’t that economically-challenge Filipino teenager always purchased the so called “local”(I just wonder why we call it local, when in reality it isn’t locally made?) that is imitated from China right? Good thing about this research is that Filipino teeanager (like myself) are already aware that there isn’t much difference in terms of quality between the imported and locally made products, not like our parents believe. :D
We should step forward. This is what I realized after reading Paul Soriano’s story. From Advertising Director to a Movie Director. Just like what Mr. Cesar Montano says, “we, humans are full of talents.” In Mr.Soriano’s case, it is amazing that he was able to coup up with the challenges and utilize the potential he has.
Actually. this Cheesy campaign of greenwhich use the cultivation theory.Cultivation theory in its most basic form, suggests that exposure to television, over time, subtly “cultivates” viewers’ perceptions of reality. Its fundamental strategy is by “repitition.”