Humility and Gratitude after all the Prosperity

I should be happy now. We are slowly having the life that we are dreaming of. Pa-unti unti mas nakakaluwag na kami kasi ito nakakapagpagawa na kami ng bahay. We can buy some things that we want (not just what we needs). I know, we owe it to my sister, she seems have everything she wanted, own house (?), own car, money, beauty, almost everything, she can travel if she want to. I’m happy for her.

But there is something that I realized, money can’t still buy joy (happiness is easy but the latter is the genuine and priceless one). Walang makakapantay dun sa kasiyahan na kumpleto kayo everyday, you are still able to do things that you usually do during your childhood. Yung nagtutulungan sa paglilinis at paggawa ng household chores, sabay sabay na kumakain, nagtatawanan, nagbibiruan, walang awkwardness, hindi ka nangangapa sa mararamdaman ng isa’t isa, walang hiyaan pero may respeto parin. That’s what I really miss, the joy of togetherness from each others presence. And I hope that along with fulfilling our dreams, we instill the values that we grown up to and the reasons behind accomplishing all these success.

Wag makakalimot sa pinanggalingan, sa pagtulong sa ibang tao, the humility and endless gratitude to what He had offered to us.

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