Humanista Ako!

Posted by Javan Poblador | Posted on May 6, 2020

Written by Arlene Esdrelon Murillo
May 6, 2020
Mandaue City, Cebu
Humanista ako ! 

Yan ang palagi mong sinasambit ng buong tapang at taas-noo mo pa itong  ipinagsasabi sa lahat ng iyong mga kakilala. Na wari bang isang karangalan sa iyo ang mapabilang sa kanilang pangkat . 

Ngunit paano  mo nga ba mapanindigan ang iyong pagiging HUMANISTA sa panahon ngayun ng NCOV na gusto mo tumulongAlam mo kaya ang  ang bigat ng responsibilidad ng pagiging Humanista. 

Kagaya ngayon, nasa kalagitaan tayo ng krisis, ni hindi natin alam kung kailan matapos tapos ang labanan na ito. 

Nasaan ka na ba ngayon bilang Humanista, ano  ba ang naiambag mo upang mapigilan ang pagkalat sa mapaminsalang sakit na itoNgayon natin mapapatunayan   kung gaano ba kasidhi ang pagiging HUMANISTA mo. Lumulundag sa tuwa ang aking puso ng makita kitang nakikisabay sa daloy ng mga taong nagpasimuno sa mga  kalakaran upang makalikom ng salapi, nang may maipambili ka ng mga kagamitan na kailangang kailangan sa ating mga FRONTLINERS. Dahil dama mo ang hirap at pangangailangan nila. Nagdurugo ang puso ko ng  may galak nang makita kitang walang takot na  nagbibigay ng mga donasyon sa mga modernong bayani natin sa mga Ospital  kung saan doon inaasikaso ang mga nagkakasakit ng COVID 19. 

Nasaksihan ko rin ang pagiging busilak ng iyong puso nang ikaw ay napagmasdan ko  kung paano mo hinihikayat ang iyong mga kaibigan upang makalikom ng mga Relief Goods  para sa mga taong  binansagan sa ating lipunan na PINAKAMAHIRAP SA  MGA MAHIHIRAP. 

Napaluha ka pa nga sa saya ng nakita mong sobra sobra pa ang naitulong mo sa kanila. 

Kaya para sa iyo kaibigan kung HUMANISTA, buong pagmamalaki kung sasabihin sa iyo na saludo ako sa iyong  sakripisyo. 

Hindi ka man isa sa mga nakahandang magbuwis -buhay na mga FRONTLINERS. 

Bayani ka pa rin sa aking paningin. 

 

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About The Author

Arlene Esdrelon Murillo

The Assistant Lead Convenor of HAPI CEBU and an educator at Mandaue City Comprehensive National High School since 2006.  Arlene also has initiated tree planting, clean up drive, promoting LGBT advocacy, supports projects in line with the goal of HAPI Organization, and supports Aids Society of the Philippines Educational Awareness.

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