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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

PisoSparks: The Introduction

     Giving... the ability to share resources with other people. We usually perceive giving as an act that can only be performed by well-off people. Meaning, the act of giving is based on the excess resources that one has. But giving is not really about excess resources, it is more on the willingness to give. 

     Giving focuses more on the human heart rather than surpluses. People decide to give to the needy not because they have surplus items, which they want to get rid of, but simply because they really care for those people. We are all capable to give, there's no doubt about that. But, in between the act of giving and the decision to give lies a gap - a gap of questions. Some of these questions are: How can we give? When do we give? Whom do we give? These questions require answers in order to bridge the act of giving and the decision to give. With this, let me introduce to you my my newly-conceptualized project called PisoSparks.   

     PisoSparks is a project that aims to display giving by means of saving money in a very stress-free approach. The idea here is to create funds by challenging a person to save one (1) peso a day for 200 days. At the end of the challenge lies a very simple question: How far can your PISO go? All savings donated by people, who accepted the challenge, will be used for donating books for the library, school supplies for the community,and many more.
     So, are you up for the challenge? If you are, kindly contact me through this blog or through Blogged by Artistmat. PisoSparks challenge will begin on September 6, 2014 at my classmate's birthday celebration. And from there, the challenge will spread like wildfire.

Friday, June 20, 2014

My Fear Came By

     The day has finally came. I had been infected with chicken pox at the age of 26. Having chicken pox is both a fear and an anticipation. They said that having this at a mature age will leave marks on my skin, which is considered a nightmare for me.

     Thursday afternoon came. One small dot grew at my back and I was in denial. And as the night came, numbers grew. Yes, I was still in denial until Friday morning went by. My aunt, who is a nurse, confirmed it to me. My fear has finally penetrated my body.

     Days went by and numbers grew. My fear dominated me. I was being controlled by it. A week of rest and medication was all I did. I was not allowed to come out or even roam around the house. It was a total rest for me. It is against my will, but I have to cooperate for me to be cured.

     As of this writing, I am getting better. My skin's recovering from that strange manipulation. What's really amazing is that my face doesn't really been infected that much. The only portion that have been bombarded by those red dots were my front and back (parts that are not usually exposed to pubic).

     I'm really thankful that it didn't go too far by means of covering my entire body. Good thing that I allowed other people to help me. It's a good decision that I entrust my health to them, who have already experienced this. Life goes on for me. And I'm really excited to finally get rid of chicken pox' silent marks. And by the time that it's already gone, my Youtube channel will be in full progress. Watch out for it. 

Artistmat here, signing off!


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