I Think Of Those Who Were Truly Great Rafael L Lazatin Memorial High School And Literature Research

491 words - 2 pages

Para saakin, sila’y walang kapantay. Ang
aking pamilya na humubog sa pagkatao ko mula
pagkabata hanggang sa paglaki ko. Sila yung binigay saken ni Papa God para mabantayan at maalagaan ako. Napaka Thankful ko dahil binigyan ako ni Papa God ng isang klase ng pamilya na napakaclose ng bond, napakatatag, napakamakaDiyos, at higit sa lahat, napakamapagmahal. Nagpapasalamat din ako dahil sakanila ko natutunan ang magpahalaga sa simpleng bagay. Sila din nagturo saakin na pahalagahan natin ang bawat minute sa buhay naten sapagkat wala namang nakakaalam sa darating na kinabukasan
Pangalawa ako sa bunso sa anim na magkakapatid. Pero hindi naging hadlang para magkulang ang oras ng aking mama at papa sa aming magkakapatid. Nagpapasalamat din ako sa mga pinamana nilang talent saakin kasi naniniwala akong talentado ako. Haha.. Sa totoo lang saamin ko lang naranasan na tunay nga talagang masaya kapag marami. Nakakatuwang isipin kasi yung sila yung kapatid ko na kaibigan ko pa. Minsan nagkakatampuhan pero panandalian lang. Ang saya kasi sila yung lagi kong kasama na para bang barkada. Sila yung nasasabihan ko ng problema sa oras ng pagsubok na dumadating, sila yung laging nandyan sa tabi ko kapag nangangailangan ako, sila yung hahawak sa kamay ko kapag gusto ko ng bumitaw at sumuko, at higit sa lahat, sila yung nagpakilala kay Papa God.
Hinding hindi ako magsasawang mahalin sila sa dulo ng aking pagmamahal. Gagawin ko ang lahat para lang mapatunayan ko na mahal ko sila. Lagi kong tatandaan yung mga bagay na tinuro nila. Pilit kong...

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