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Paying 'It' Forward

This is one of my fave videos about Paying It Forward. Watch it and you'll see why. :)



The first time I watched this video, it brought me to tears. My heart was moved. I then remembered the movie, Pay It Forward. Another fave of mine.

And now, I am showing this video to my youngest daughter. In the middle part of the video, she then said, "Ma, gi pasa-pasa nila ang tabang (Mom, they passed on help to others)." I got teary-eyed. She's only 5 years old but then she got the message across. I have been volunteering on groups whenever I have spare time (I'm a single mom of two). I am not rich and all I can offer is my services for free. I always love to be a volunteer (whenever I can) and it gives me that different kind of happiness inside. Other people may not understand but someday they will. I just hope and pray that my daughters will also find time to help or rendering their services to others.

Help comes in many forms.We may not easily decipher it but it's a good thing to pass it on to others. That help may give them a big difference in their lives. If you'd like to help, then go on and do what you can. It may be spiritually, emotionally, or financially. If you don't have that much wealth (like me!), you can always offer your services as well.

It will definitely make a difference. Don't wait for a single moment. Go out and Help. :)

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