Jan 19, 2022
“Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person.” Anonymous
Every end marks a new beginning. Let's keep our spirits and determination unshaken, and together let's always walk the glory road. With courage, faith and great effort, fervently praying that we will uphold and continue serving as one empowered voice. Wishing all great sisters around the globe a Happy New Year.
Personally making a nomination for the World Pulse Award our very own Philippine Ambassador sister Mhe Ann.
Her bio tells it all, she's an empowered woman, who believes that we have a choice to get the most out of our life. she's a leader by heart, and she never stop looking for opportunities to lift people to their potential. She never underestimate the power of an encouraging word. There is an old saying: To lead yourself, use your head; to lead others, use your heart. She take to initiate to connect with people and make the effort to continue building relationships by encouraging individual to involved in a voluntary work intended to help people such as outreach to the homeless, those who are deprived by basic necessities like food, shelter, education; and activities for a cause to benefits children who needs treatment.
YES, she's a woman who impacted hundreds through her advocacies. Sis Mhe, you are exemplary.
Last year was another topsy-turvy fun ride, yet one thing that I really hold on dearly was a piece of card all the way from her with a penned heartfelt message prodding me to push along positively with enthusiasm despite the odds, and yes, it did made a wonderful impact for me!
For that, I sincerely thank you sis Mhe.
This never too late nomination is greatly for her.
Last December, it was she, our dearest sister Mhe who took the initiative to share some goodies to selected recipients from our very own place here in Leyte. Without her, that advocacy was surely going to be impossible. It was she who asked sponsors and even selflessly giving-in too to meet up our desired grocery package for the less fortunate which comprises three single mothers, an elderly and a working self-supporting student. They were able to received each five kilos of rice, 5 canned corn beef, biscuits, sweet treats and some toiletries which a dear active sister @Paulina as well personally shared and gave a hand in. Sister Rojin, was very much in great help too through her keen and smart ways of keeping up in our budget. Namaste! My respect to all of you dearest sisters!
Hence, despite plunging this nomination in for the last minute due to many inevitable circumstances... been busy in taking help to our sisters and brothers who took the brunt of super typhoon Odette in Southern Leyte and the last ounce of holiday break was spent in the hospital until new year due to the operation of acute appendicitis of my son, Miguel, thanks God he's okay now, it is of utmost pleasure to again nominate dearest sister @Mhe Ann for this award.
As the adage goes, “Happiness doesn’t come through selfishness but through selflessness. Everything you do comes back around.” On point, it always feels good to give back too, on what has been given to you.
Giving each and everyone then a blissful 365 page-book with a sincere wish for you to write on it the most beautiful sweet story which time alone will never get tired to retold. Happiest New Year sisters!