Tuesday, June 29, 2010

We love Noynoy!

I know my entry is quite late, but I think it best to write it still as I am filled with awe and gladness for Pres. Noynoy Aquino's Inauguration last June 30. Though I was not able to vote during this last election, I wanted him to win. I suppose he is the reason I vied for the job as PCOS supervisor because I wanted to make sure that the elections will be fair and square; and despite the failures and glitches, I was comforted by the fact that he won.

Yes, I realize he is receiving so much flak for his so-called incompetence. But I prefer to vote a person based on his faith in God and his character. His popularity is just a plus factor for me. I would prefer a president whom they would call "lalamya-lamya" because to me it means there is something lacking in him that needs to be filled - with our unity and support. He needs all of us to make this country prosperous again. True, he cannot do all that. He needs us behind him, he needs our prayers, he need us to think positively for this country. Let us all practice our faith in God that He will bless our president and the Philippines.

I am very hopeful that he will fulfill his vow to end corruption in our country. I look forward to the day....

That the PNP will be doing their job, writing accurate blotters and not siding with either party but mediating for honest resolutions...

That there will be enough classrooms in the public schools to accommodate the students, that teachers will teach with all they know, that teachers will be well-compensated for their work...

That the red tape or under the table in the government will be eradicated. That deserving employees will be given their positions without Padrino or "palakasan"...

That the public hospital staff in the Region 1 will work with utmost respect to each and every patient irregardless of social standing because we the taxpayers are in part contributors to their salary...

Those are just a few of the things I hope will change in our system. If there be anymore, please feel free to add via comments.

Did you know? That we should pray for the leaders of our country even if we didn't vote for them or even if we have political differences. Yes, 1 Timothy 2:1-2 says, "to pray requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone," including “kings and all those in authority, that we may live peacefully and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.”

To download the full text of Pres. Noynoy's Inauguration Speech please click here


My remembrance of Noynoy when he passed by our street ^^



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