Friday, December 19, 2008

Hoping to Hope

From an Inquirer report: a survey reveals that nearly seven in ten Filipinos believe the country is not hopeless while five of 10 say they would not migrate to another country even if they had an opportunity.
With all the shenanigans of our public servants, it is easy for anyone to be filled with despair. It is a good thing that Filipinos have not given up.
Photo: silent shot, Flicker, Creative Commons


  1. To be resilient and persistent in facing the insurmountable problems plaguing the economy and the politics in our country is a thing we filipinos remain to have. To never give up hope and stay focus in our faith in God is how we filipinos endure. The statistics does not surprise me anymore in fact this only encourages me more to keep on believing that change and a brighter future for my children is inevitable.

    Merry Christmas!

  2. Amen. And a merry Christmas to you, too.

  3. The Filipino will not lose hope and eventually will succeed as a country.

    As to the timeframe, that we do not know.

    But we will.


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