Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Remembering Someone's Lost

Hi friends... I know I have been really out of touch for a time... I have been through so many things these past months that, I don't have a choice but to take some time off in the blogger world.

Today, I remember a tragic event that took place some years ago that really crippled some of the people I know that have been part of my life. Last 2003 of the same day, the day, that I saw one of the people close to me suffered because of a lost of a loved one... and she was the reason why I somehow got inspired to write a film about that incident that took place in the same day.

If you happen to be a regular reader of my blog... you would be familiar with our film entitled: "Marsokwatro", where i made a post about it last year, it is a film inspired by that tragic incident in the Davao International Airport, that robbed the lives of many. The day where, a supposed to be happy reunion turned out to be a day for mourning... a day where a bomb explosion erupted.

I'm blogging about it... because, I happen to recall how it feels like to be in that situation where you don't have any choice but to keep up with the way life just turned out... it was a downright painful experience to go through, but there is no way to run but to accept the reality, that we just can't be with those people we shared our entire life with... and though it was a very tragic event... I believe there is always a room for healing... my friend have moved on, though sometimes we think of him... we talk about him... and she even cry sometimes... but I saw in those eyes, a strong soul, who take things with faith that everything happens for the right reason... sometimes, it may be hard to grasp the real reason behind the situation... but eventually, things just end up the way they should.

To my friend Miah, I know, this is one of the painful moments, a moment of remembrance for our beloved "lolo". I wish you to be the strong soul that I have always believed you to be... I wish I can be there for you in this moment of painful remembering... and share in your moment of pain... but I guess the only thing I can do now, is to let you know that I'm here... and I'll be praying along with your family.


Miah Laborte said...

:) all I can say is thank you...

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