Friends, I am giving away three (3) upper box tickets for the One Fighting Championship Rise to Power (Asia’s largest MMA event) on Friday at the MOA Arena. Who’s interested? #ONEFC #MMA
My own exit ceremony at the UST Arch of the Centuries #Batch2013 #MSPTslashBeautyQueen (at University of Santo Tomas)
Happy [place random numbers here] birthday to the man that is God’s gift to Pinoy music, Sir @ricoblanco100! #fiestobandido #fiestosabistro
Watching #whattamen on #jeepneyTV and this guy right here is terribly missed. Happy 38th birthday in two days, Love.
Super [kaduper] moist #homemade chocolate #cupcakes with vanilla buttercream frosting (at Villa San Roque)
When I was younger (FYI i believe i’m still young.. But let’s say 10 years ago), my idea of love revolved around serendipity — an event that’s purely accidental, not premeditated, but eventually turns out to be meaningful and part of a laid out ‘destiny’. I couldn’t help it, I was and still am a fan of romantic movies, I think most women are. And that’s how they present relationships to us — that it’s a passive event that will come, cause God or some other higher being intended it to come, because it’s meant to happen.
I still believe in destiny, serendipity, or whatever you guys want to call it. It still amazes me how people who are practically strangers meet, become friends, and fall in love maybe. But I guess as I mature I realize that destiny is not the most powerful thing in the world, but the efforts we ourselves put into making our destinies work is. Meeting someone is probably a passive thing that’s bound to happen, but reacting to it is not. It takes real act to find someone to like and eventually love, because finding a partner never stops at meeting the person. It starts from there and the rest is up to both of you.
I’m not just talking about romantic relationships but life in general. The chances we are given everyday might be predestined by God, but those will all slip away if we don’t grab them. We have to make our own destiny happen. Our destiny always is based on the choices we make, and the actions we take. Oh, I rhyme. Hahaha.
For me, there’s really no such thing as “not meant to be”. People just say that as an excuse to not working something out. As i see it, everything is meant to be as long as you desire it to happen.