Brought my son to work today. It was out at @paninapfarms. His face just really lights up when we are outdoors. He climbed around, gathered sticks, collected rocks, learned about pili nuts, threw rocks in the river. :) his imagination ran wild and it was a lovely afternoon. :) he wanted to take home a stick and a buko for a memory, I told him to ask permission from the caretaker if he could. When he was allowed he gave her a hug. :) #ej4yr4m
Image shot on a Nikon d4, 35mm 1.4 @officialnikonph
Of unicorns and lazy days. Picked up my trusty old #nikond4 again. Can’t believe it’s now considered old school compared to the new mirrorless tech out there. But it still packs a punch especially color wise. :) #nikon
Kids grow up so fast. I wonder if time runs after us or is it us that run after time. But am learning that we can control it and choose how and where we spend it on where it matters most. How have you been spending your time?
Each time I see a pendant with a parent/s photo on a bride’s bouquet, I am hit with the reality that we live on borrowed time. In the best of life’s celebrations, we carry those we have lost and move forward with the hope of the time we will all be complete and be truly home.
According to the talk that My wife attended last Friday at Makati Medical Center, 1 person commits suicide every 40 seconds (based on World Health Org) Look at the seconds of your watch tickling. Someone you love may be contemplating it right now and needs help and hope. “..We are increasingly drawn away from community and toward individualism, away from trustworthy behavior and toward selfishness, away from morals that give our lives purpose and toward the things that detach us from our humanity, away from healthy choices and healthy practices and toward instant gratification that degrades our physical health..” (taken from gotquestions). Recently I have heard of 2 suicides in a span of just a week. Depression is real. But hope is real as well.
If you have a friend or loved one who is depressed, do not miss this talk. It is a wholistic approach to grief and depression. Limited slots.
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