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Life Wish – The Edge of Fear and Joy

Death is a subject that most people wouldn’t want to talk about or rather, think about. As much as possible, we would like to avoid discussing it. In reality, we cannot even predict our own death. It is something that we cannot control. There are different types of death, but untimely death is one that gives us too much shock and we can’t even figure out how we can possibly move on.

DO the DanO and live it up... Life is too short not to!

“Dearest Emma, my love for you is higher than the highest of peaks! Love, Dad,” right above where is says “DON’T LET YOUR FEARS STAND IN THE WAY OF YOUR DREAMS.”

– Dan Osman poster message to daughter Emma.

Earlier, a Facebook contact of mine shared a video about Dan Osman. The name is quite familiar, but i am not sure why. I clicked on the YouTube link and wow, this man is amazing! How can he possibly do that speed rock climbing without ropes and safety gear? I then remember that my father showed a newspaper clipping to me way back, but i couldn’t exactly remember if he’s a fan or he simply wanted to show it to me.

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On Angelo Reyes and His Shocking Death

I don’t really have any plans of blogging right now, but I found out that the Former Armed Forces Chief and Defense Secretary Angelo Reyes shot himself a few hours ago and is now pronounced dead. I am not really into Philippine Politics (it is much more scarier than the fictional horror stories with real-life monsters) and I am not really updated with his case.

RIP Angelo Reyes

A flash report posted on a reliable news website mentioned some of Angelo Reyes’ credentials. He seemed to be a very outstanding student and he was able to study in prestigious institutions. It is really sad that all his hardwork in building a name of his own was just thrown away – just like that.

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Life’s a Beach and then you Die

Life's a Beach and then you Die

He was sipping a hot black coffee in a black mug where the saying “Life’s a Beach then you die” is engraved as he solves a crossword puzzle. He lit and puffed his last stick of Marlboro cigarette when I complained that I am irritated with his thick mustache especially when he is kissing me.

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