Ma. Victoria Abutin Philippines Bacoor City

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Heart

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Married

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ma.victoriaabutin@gmail.com

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Spouse Name:

Ross M. Angeles

No of Kids:

2

Laughter keeps me young. I manage stress with a lot of smiles. I love to cook and prepare sumptuous meals for my family. I always believed that happiness can only be found if you are contented with what you are, what you have and by living your life one at a time. Be with the grace of our Creator.

College/University:

San Sebastian College Recoletos

Year Graduated:

1984

Location:

Cavite City, Cavite Philippines

High School:

Rosario Institute

Year Graduated:

1979

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Rosario Cavite

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Rosario Institute

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“DUST OF FAITH & SUPER TYPHOON PABLO”

December 15th, 2012 by Heart | 1,029 views No Comments

 

Change is unstoppable. Change is inevitable.
Human beings fills the earth
Life begins, as part of change, one may reach adulthood
Others just simply died in his mother’s womb

 

Change is swift and it happens everywhere the world over
Change affects all living things, our environment, the weather
the technologies and the way peoples’ lifestyles

 

Very recently, the Philippines was battered by super typhoon Pablo
So vicious a storm that it suddenly change the way people lived
Thousands of Filipinos were badly affected
Over 1000 dies and hundreds more bodies are still missing

 

The savage storm brought forth heavy rains, strong winds,
Flash floods, landslides, falling trees, sticky muds
Wrecked homes, damaged crops drowned humans and animals
Deaths, panics and cries of agonizing pains

 

A phenomenon not seen a hundred years past
Unlucky, I am one of the many that was left to live
My possession destroyed my entire family dies,
I am frightened and I do not know where to start

 

My body distorted. My soul ravaged. What is left is a dust of faith
A dust of faith enough to give me hope to endure living
A dust of faith enough to love myself and to see life in a positive light

 

A dust of faith I dearly hold, oh! God you own my life
A dust of faith enough to believe that God will not forsake us
No matter how cruel life is. No matter how small my faith with God

A dust of faith to believe that God will touch men in government
A dust of faith to believe that the worlds’ community will act in unison
The environment must be protected to avert more disasters
Climate change changes peoples’ lives. God do not forsake us.

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