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Sunday, April 12, 2009


And then, that once-upon-a-time becomes our own story to tell.

We start to build our characters and gather the support to play their parts - the heroes, the heroines and the scheming antagonists.

It seems so easy at first. We let everyone act freely, the story to run its plot naturally and develop a conflict the brothers Grimm would envy.

Meanwhile, as we see ourselves in the center of the show, somehow, fantasy finds its way to us and seriously snatches us from reality. That's when the story becomes more interesting, each scene nail-biting and the storyline peaks to a point where we can not wait turning the pages - anticipating what's next and gasping for air with every line.

The making of a bestseller you may say...

Along the way, the plot turns too complicated and unexplainably, it becomes quite difficult to extricate ourselves from the trap.

Good news is somehow, we manage to find our way out and subsequently build up another climax that betters the previous one. Ah! Human nature, as always.

And so it goes on and on emulating the ocean's ebb and tide. We keep creating plots, characters and twists after another.

But, just like any breathing organism, the story ages and sadly, has to reach its own denouement. Whoever said that everything comes to an end must be a really good storyteller.

Because that is what every one of us needs to learn - that no matter how good a story is and no matter how seemingly difficult it is, eventually, we will have to put an old story to a rest.

And, since life apparently, is designed for us not to worry about things we can not change, remember that an uncalled-for ending is a blessing in disguise for a much-deserved new beginning.


  1. di ko gets, pero gusto ko ung word na climax hihi

    hay naku wish ko nga sa body with the purpose no kaso laos na nag body ko LOL

    basta bumoto ka lang, pag nanalo ako libre kita cornik LOL

  2. ano daw? he he he, ang lalim naman kasi mare, pwede patransalate sa tagalog? he he..

    everything has to end, pero, do you believe that if you're not happy, it's not yet the end?

  3. twice kong inulit tas nagconcentrate sa pagbasa kc naman hndi pang Asso. Editor utak ko eh!

    true mga lines mo sa write-up na to...kakarelate ako

  4. well said. pero hindi naman porke natapos na istorya mo ay hanggang dun ka nalang, syempre madami ka din na educate na tiyak di ka malilimutan

  5. @ pehpot,

    wahahahah! climax climax! hihihihihi. at dahil na-excite aq s cornik, vo-vote kita.

    @ mareng madz,

    ms. mexico, kaw b yan? hihihihi. if you're not happy, it's not yet the end? hmmmm...pano kya ang tragic ending? cguro may part 2 pag ganun! hihihihi.

    @ jong,

    nakakarelate ka 'teh? di ko lam yan ha! hmmmm...

    @ dencios,

    sna nga may natutunan di ba? uy! na-miss kita ha in fairness! balik ka n!

  6. mare, oo, may part 2, o kaya mabubuhay namag-uli, ahihihi..

    that's all, thank you

  7. uy mustasa.. nawala ako.. busy sa pag totong its.. LOL

  8. kc i know ur story kaya ako nakakarelate ;)

  9. so true, everything comes to an end that will lead to a start of something.

    we have to accept the fact that some chapters of our lives should really be closed. and it means that we have to move on.

    good luck and god bless

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