Last Friday, I made a very hard decision that probably moulds me to another level of consciousness.
In a democratic society such as ours, politics is everywhere, in workplace and even in a small group of people that binds together for a certain objectives. Opposing views are welcome in any organizations; therefore it is a healthy means to identify diversities of actions that would satisfy the needs of the majority.
If we analyze the process of making principled decisions, we will improve the chances of making effective decisions that satisfies our needs and the people that benefits from it. Though we should be perceptive about how we will feel about the consequences of our actions, now and in the future.
Being one of the prime movers for the unity among overseas Filipinos for political empowerment is a decision that I will never regret.
A sort of an advice to my readers. There comes a time that you’re stuck in the middle and you will decide on something but “you don’t know what to do”. Think and remember “You know what to do, just do the right thing for the right reason”.