Libreng Tindahan

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Doon sa self-transformation seminar na sinalihan ko ay naikuwento ni Mr. Vic Hao Chin na sa India ay mayroon lugar na tinatawag na Auroville. Ang lugar na ito ay isang "UNIVERSAL TOWN where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realise human unity."

Sabi ni Mr. Vic na sa lugar na ito ay may LIBRENG TINDAHAN kung saan ang "mamimili" ay pupunta doon at kukuha ng kanyang pangangailan nang walang bayad. Pipirma ka lang at isusulat ang inyong nakuha. Ang mga stocks o items dito ay pawang mga donasyon lamang at hinihingi sa mga "mamimili" na magdonate rin pero dahil donation nga hindi ito sapilitan.

Ang tindahan na ito ay walang security guard at mga volunteers lang ang nag-aasikaso dito.

Hmmm, Pwede kayang magtayo ng isang libreng tindahan dito sa pilipinas? Baka naman sa isang oras ubos na ang "paninda" dito?


Self-Transformation Seminar

Monday, March 1, 2010

This blog has not been updated for a long time because I deliberately busied myself with many other things. There was the help requested by my sister, my Mandarin class at the Ateneo, reading a book ( which I hope to share later), updating and attending the Self-Transformation Seminar.

What is this self-transformation seminar? Well, by its name alone, it is a 3-day seminar which is all about transforming one's self. It is all about making constant changes in the self in order to achieve self-actualization or to reach one's fullest potential. Is it possible?

Of course it is. I learned from the sermon of a priest years ago that if there is no hope that man can change, then there is really no hope for the world. But then they always say hope springs eternal.

In the seminar, we reviewed our understanding of life in general including beliefs, assumptions, and attitudes. The speakers emphasized that many or all of our day-to-day actions and reaction are due to push-buttons or unreleased fears which we have accumulated in the past. Then values were clarified and tools were given for self-mastery.

The seminar was held at the headquarter of Theosophical Society of the Philippines in Quezon City. It was mainly conducted by a superb public speaker, the TS president, Mr. Vic Hao Chin. He was ably assisted by Atty. Flor, Bimboy and his wife Jo. Most of the participants were workers of NGOs, students, and interested individuals like me.

I attended this seminar because "Gustong kong bumait pero di ko magawa".


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