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Sunday, September 16, 2012
RUNNING like a common green thread in the fabric of people’s beliefs is the notion that money, moolah and material possessions are the ultimate sources of happiness.
Do you believe this?
As for me, I like to pause awhile, puzzle over and ponder on the logic of this materialism concept. My viewpoint is that money is truly important. Bringing in security, benefits and privileges to acquire food, drinks and medicines, it is a wellspring of physical enrichment. Cash incentives are also the worthy rewards to our work, professional and business endeavours.
However, it is not the ultimate core of my contentment. It is but one way to go to Rome but there other routes and roads that stir up my spine to tingle with energies and enthusiasm.
Standing tall on the hill of wisdom, I realize that the combination of money, love, work, family, communion with Mother Nature, compassion and service for my sisters/brothers are the elements which form a huge rainbow above me. Guiding and gently stirring my mind, heart and spirit, they empower my being.
Blending materialism with spirituality; melding kindness with my sadness; balancing my emotions with my logical mind; consequently, it is the harmony of varying elements which create self-mastery and self-esteem.
Harmonizing these different physical, mental, emotional facets inspire my serenade of behavior, words and deeds.
Truly, the royal path to happiness consists of a multi-layered map of roads and pathways. Moving each one of us are the diverse and unique footpaths which encourage us in our daily journey on Mother Gaia (Earth) in this 21st century.
Choose to follow your own and unforgettable royal way to unseal your code of joy.
Zooming in on another matter of interest, I wish to focus now on the distinguishing work of this group in Quezon City. Attending my first seminar with them last 1999 which delved on appreciating the midlife life span (age range is from 40 to 60 years), I now value my white, dark and multicoloured experiences which imprint my soul.
Celebrating our joys and understanding our pains and sorrow highlight the advocacy of RCW in their transformational care shops, sessions and lectures.
On November 18, 2012, there is RCW reunion of people who have attended their workshops. Do join us as we steer the helm of positivity on that Sunday. Venue is set at the Bahay ng Alumni at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. It will be a fulfilling time for you - our guest, friends and relatives as together we plunge into this one-day of fun, festivity, talks, sharings and learning sessions to expand our wellness and empowerment. See you there.
You may inquire at their offices and contact nos. at the following sites for the pertinent details:
RCW Foundation Inc.
59 C. Salvador Street
Varsity Hills Subdivision
Loyola Heights, Q.C.
Tel no. (632) 436-0710 or 426-6832
Mobile no.: c/o Mae Sotacio - 0921-6332587
Please write to me at email@example.com
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on September 16, 2012.