The owners of factory and company were distributed their profit to their employees fairly so that employees could buy what they needed and saved money for the future and their children. Even if they left the country, I do believe that in every Filipino OFW’s heart is a yearning to go home and a burning love of the country. Of course these prisoners would want to be off their burden thus wanting to leave and never come back. That is one person’s perception. Koreans really wanted to be well off like Filipinos. We cannot blame them with the bad attitudes they have because this are influences from different countries that colonized them, we should also be a well observant of what the Filipino people are experiencing by their corrupt government because compared to Koreans they used corruption in a good way and not like the Filipinos. We would not have abused workers who are overworked and underpaid.
You should be ashamed of yourself. I also cried for the Philippines because of so many poor people. Today, this is the opposite. Philippine-American War, by Arnaldo Dumi We cannot change the sinful structure at once.
Koreans really wanted to be well off like Filipinos. Then along in the conversation, jaeyon was this Korean Engineer who mentioned that Korea was once poorer than the Philippines and a proof of that is a big gymnasium in Korea built by the Philippines I’d got no chance to ask more about the gym because I’m eager to hear the rest of his story but today it’s the opposite.
They said that they would not take the boat again because they were zhort the boatmen, for the boatmen we re very poor and had a small frame. Philippine-American War, by Arnaldo Dumi War Logs nationalia Panubli-on: They are the most favorite hired and I always hire them He should observe that Filipino farmers, fishermen, professionals, employees,industrial workers, service personnel, and others work hard here and abroad to earn a decent living for themselves, for their loved ones, and for their country.
Yes, the letter is inspiring. After six days of that unexpected comment I read this essay from another foreigner in my Facebook.
p a t r i a: MY SHORT ESSAY ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES by Jaeyoun Kim
I am not certain if the essay is authentic or not, but I agree on many points. It isn’t a secret to the world that our prison’s state is so bad. We cannot change the sinful structure at once. I don’t agree that Filipinos do not love their homeland and that being “the problem” of our country.
You already know that God also will be very happy if you love others.
They are so sorry that there are so many beggars and street kids. She was unable to differentiate between herself and things outside of herself. Email required Address never made public. You didn’t envy the Philippines, you wanted to tell the world that out of love you got your country into a better place and say that we lack love that’s why there is poverty in our country. This is an essay written by a Korean student i want to share esswy you.
I personally want to stop the cycle. I also worked for Catholic Church when I was in the army.
But for now, since you are reading already, I lay my thoughts. There is God who is crying for love. It changes people,contexts and relationships.
I have cried for my country several times. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. Love changes you and me. But after i read his message for us I see in their eyes that their not interested about it.
Jaeyoun kim my short essay about the philippines
Another inspiring information is on the basque movement in the north of Spain which led to their having preserved their organic national developmental code and finally to their having become autonomous.
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She added that I have to love Filipinos and do good things for them because all of us are same and have received a great love from God.