My #GLOBEProjectWonderful2014 Brainchild

Pork barrel.
Internal wars.
External wars.

The tail end of 2013 definitely tested that all-too-popular resiliency of the Filipino. Of course, we still stood strong. But you gotta admit, there have been some shaky instances. Specially online. Negativity was being flung left and right. A lot of hurtful words caused emotional wounds that would take a lot of time to heal. We're already a country broken by islands. It's sad to know that now, we can be a country broken by conflicting beliefs, bitterness --over and above the already painful challenges we have been dealt with.

If I were to give a gift to the Philippines, it would be a WONDERFUL IDEA that would bring back that WONDERFUL SMILE we've always been known for.

How about a nationwide GOOD VIBE GET-TOGETHER! A whole day party that will blanket the entire nation in giving and loving, sharing and connecting. Communication is something we've always lacked as a people. So why not do it now? We have the technology to span that ocean and cancel out that difference. Logistically, albeit virtually, we can be one! In a fun way, too.

Of course, this is just an idea. It will take a giant like #GLOBEProjectWonderful2014 to make it a cool reality.

What about you? What gift would you like to give the Philippines to guarantee a Wonderful 2014? Share away below!

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  1. If I had the ability to help the Philippines by giving gift I would give them a Advanced Military equipment - The military served as the protection of a country, it protects not only the higher-ups people but also the overall citizen of the country. To prevent annihilation of our people and country of the possible war that could occur we couldn't afford to be possibly defenseless and just let the invaders take advantage of us without putting much a fight. And its also help and served our people at time of crisis.

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  2. I think we all need reminding that access to quality healthcare is not a privilege but a fundamental human right. Ensuring the overall wellbeing of individuals not only results in being better capable of achieving anything but also ultimately leads to empowerment. And that is the kind of people that every nation needs, for who but its people will lead any country to grow and develop? We need empowered and competent individuals to drive the Philippines to progress. So if I could give any gift to the Philippines, it would be better/full access to quality healthcare. :)


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