Motivation

WE Pray..

There are rumors circulating around the Filipino community about the protest in the coming days. There will be or not, WE, Filipinos should be aware of our status in the Kingdom. As a visitor in this oil rich country, we must be careful of what we are doing in our daily lives, like roaming around […]

Angat ka nga Pinoy!

ANGAT KA NGA PINOY! Habang naglalakad, tumitingin tingin, ng aking mabili Nang maipadala, sa aking pamilya, sapagkat nawili Habang namimili, tanong ng tindero, ‘ko daw ba’y nepali Sa arabong wika, sagot ko sa kanya, ”ana Pilipini” Tinderoy nag”thumbs up”, ibig na sabihin, ayos daw ang pinoy Sa bargain na damit, sa paghahalungkat, akoy nagpatuloy Habang […]

OFWEmpowerment Blog- 5 years of existence

OFWEmpowerment- 5 years of existence Like any other anniversaries, today marks a new year to a new beginning and my further commitment to serve the OFW sector. Five years of existence is a symbol that increases in value or in strength with each passing year that reflects what this blog has made in the partnership […]

She’s the one

  “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” JUST DON’T GIVE UP!!

Election 2010: Seek the Divine Guidance

Seek the Divine guidance Philippine Election 2010 is fast approaching, a very crucial voting exercise indeed for the Filipino people to choose the new leaders in our homeland. May 10, 2010 we will be called upon, troop down to the polling booth to elect the two highest position in our land, 12 Senators, members of […]

words to remember

To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect. To those leaders around the globe who seek to sow conflict, or blame their society’s ills on the West — know that your people will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy. – U.S. […]

Dugo Ko Alay Ko

“Dugo Ko Alay Ko” During the Iraq-Iran war, Saudi Arabia required all those renewing or applying for a driver’s license to donate blood to the Ministry of Health. The blood collected was sent to Iraq where these are used in the operation of Iraqi soldiers who got hurt in the field. Years later, whenever the […]

Hawak Kamay

The song “Hawak Kamay” composed and interpreted by Yeng Constantino really touches the Filipinos heart. The song relates a story of two friends stick together, helping each other, lending each others hand against sorrows, pains and miseries in life. Hoping that this entry may find a way to connect OF/OFWs worldwide. FWRC or Filipino Workers Resource Center, […]

The Career Path

1) “VISION”: PROJECT your destiny while STILL young. Identify the state where you are happy, which kind of work that suit your taste and who you will be in the near and distant future. Know your destination. “A person without a vision is like a ship without a rudder”. It just depends which direction the […]

Dear FFBP

Dear FFBP (Filipinos For Better Philippines), Isang munting tula ng aking paghanga sa lahat ng nangangasiwa sa katipunang FFBP. Ako’y natutuwa, Ang samahang ito’y nalikha, Sapagkat aking napagalamang, Kay dami pa palang nagmamahal sa ating bansa. Sari-saring paksa’y, Sinasaliksik tinatalakay, Kanya-kanyang pananaw ipinaglalaban; Ang nakakalungkot lamang kapag nagkasarapan, Humahantong sa di inaasahang personalan. Talas ng […]

10 Little Things OFWs could do to help

Taken From: The Desk of Atty. at Work (Atty. Alexander L. Lacson is the author of the Book “12 Little Things Every Filipino Can Do To Help Our Country.” He wrote the article “10 Little Things OFWs, Balikbayans & Pinoy Expats Could Do To Help Develop Our Philippines” as a reply to the request of […]

The Foundation

The Foundation Behind success stories there are untold story to tell, many individuals out there become successful in their field of profession, businesses, etc. Sen. Manny Villar is one of them whose story is an inspiring one that we may call it from “rugs to riches”. But success is not only measured when someone reaches the […]

Cuaderno

Below was the Opening Remarks of my brother Engr. Dominico “Doods” Amora  in one of the training sessions  of CESEEPS (Centre for Studies in Electrical Engineering Practices and Standards).   I posted this speech (below) by giving it with a title ” CUADERNO “.  This is a true story….. ***** Dear Participants of CESEEPS Training Program, Before […]

A Blink of an Eye

22 years ago during my college days there was these two beautiful kids (toddlers) that I tended or taken care of whenever Im free at school. Dressed them up and sometime gave them a bath when the maids cannot attend to it. Irked a bit by their kakulitan but I loved them very much. They […]

CESEEPS Electro-Technical Seminars

To: IIEE-CRSA, IIEE-ER, IIEE-WR and to all Filipino Electrical Practitioners in KSA. Kindly disseminate below information to all your vacationing colleagues particularly those from Visayas and Mindanao. Continuing its mission to address the wide gap between the academe and the industry, CESEEPS INTERNATIONAL is announcing its series of electro-technical seminars for the second semester of this […]

PTAG and Katipunan-USA

Been an e-group subscriber for quite a time now with Progressive Times Action Group (PTAG) based in USA.  Though I am just a lurker in the group but I never missed reading their exchanges more particularly when it comes to charitable topics.  PTAG as I understand is also an affiliate organization of Katipunan-USA a group of […]