You attract what you love but also what you fear.
Whichever emotion you put more energy into will manifest itself more into your life.
Unfortunately most people fear and doubt more then they believe and love so it’s no wonder why scarcity is present in their life.
Don’t feed your fears. If you notice you have them, great, that means you’re human, now find a way to overcome the fear and switch your thinking to that of abundance and gratitude.
You attract what you put out so stop letting fear control your life.
Just got back to Manila from Bataan, and I was surprised to see how smooth it was drive freely around Manila without worrying about heavy traffic.
Morong is still beautiful as ever!
Can't wait to show you some of our epic photos from this trip.
For those of you who don't know, I'm from Guam and a full-fledged Filipino (say that 5 times fast). So when I heard that Jollibee was going to reopen back home, I was excited. In the midst of it all, I came across people downplaying Jollibee's reopening. Here's how I reacted. To watch the entire video, click the bink in my lio.
#thesightsonesees in Alegria, Philippines. This photo was taken about an hour into our canyoneering experience while I was floating on my back in the water with my #goprohero7 attached to my life vest. The locals put on a BBQ at the mid point and the smell though the canyon was delicious. The smoke though the trees looked pretty cool too!
"Then you're left in the dust
Unless I stuck by ya
You're a sunflower
I think your love would be too much
Or you'll be left in the dust
Unless I stuck by ya
You're the sunflower." 🎵🎶🎵🎵🎶 #sunflowermaze#tayug#pangasinan
Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. - Romans 8:39
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It took me forever to have you completed, and this has been the longest time I have procrastinated. Somewhere in the middle of this, I have been checking if I still wanna do this, or why am I even doing this in the first place. But all along, while compiling the photos one by one, editing them and putting them in order for posting, I realized that I have found the answer I was looking for just by looking at these photographs.
These photos are my memories of the people who continues to journey with me, who fill in the hole that has broke me, who in one way or another are also reminding me about my compilation, who's even more excited to see them, who have been preparing themselves that I might capture them and they're not even ready.
These are the people who always have believed in me, and my capacity to heal and stand independently. And I guess I wanted to keep them. I wanted to continue doing this because this is the only way I can keep not just them, but our memories which is a milestone I'll always look back to.
So here's my March wrap-up, posted in the latter mid of April, too late, but better than never I guess. All photos will be posted on Facebook (fb/mdjarder), so you might wanna jump into another app and check me out.
6 of 7 🙏 Basilica de San Martin de Tours. The narrow and steep climb to the bell tower was a challenge but our 71-year old senior made it 😂 yey!!! Annual Visita Iglesia #visitaiglesia2019#mytraveldiary I ❤️ #philippines 🇵🇭
5 of 7 🙏 The Shrine of Our Lady of Caysasay shelters the 17th century image of the Virgin Mary. The devotees believe that a fisherman found the image glowing while fishing in the Pansipit River in 1603. Annual Visita Iglesia #visitaiglesia2019#mytraveldiary I ❤️ #philippines 🇵🇭
2 of 7 🙏 Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Chapel, site of the multiple apparitions of Mary Mediatrix of All Grace and the miraculous shower of petals in January 1991. Annual Visita Iglesia #visitaiglesia2019#mytraveldiary I ❤️ #philippines 🇵🇭