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Tag Archives: readjusting to Filipino culture
(This is a continuation of my earlier post, Definining boundaries in the Filipino setting.) Over the years, as I’ve raised my vibrational frequency, I’ve become extremely sensitive to subtle energies. I am an HSP. A highly sensitive person. “In her national … Continue reading
(This is a continuation of my earlier post, The need for personal space.) Filipino people traditionally do not have a concept or sense of personal space or personal boundaries. Or their concept simply isn’t in alignment with mine. And this … Continue reading
My Trader Joe’s grocery bag has become my multi-purpose bag. Not only is it my shopping bag, it serves as a handbag, a tote bag, a yoga bag to keep my change of clothes, etc. When I came back to the … Continue reading
The thought for today is RESPECT. Gandhi taught “Language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers.” Respecting yourself and others means making a choice not to use profanity or ‘put downs’. Let our language be … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I had this uplifting and joyful feeling, from doing something as simple as SMILING. I am a very friendly person. I am not shy. I have no qualms approaching people or talking to strangers when … Continue reading