He’s Improving

Our teenager is growing and learning more and better this time. At least he is improving and enjoying his studies in the university. He gave more time in his studies and less in his online games. Glad to see him doing and showing his capacity to learn. We see him enjoying his church involvement as well. Hope his cousin will be back and join the youth in their journey to life.

3 thoughts on “He’s Improving”

  1. i choose this article because it reflects me who i am. Being a teenager, now a days i can say that everything that happens to us happens in for a reason. Just like me, in my high school days there is no improvement in myself especially in my confidence and to express them who i am and sometimes i put down myself with nothing. sometimes i always that ” bahala na da ahh, wla ko labot.”.so when i reach college one time i have a new friends 2nd yr. 2nd sem. they told me Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears towards other people to face them and crying over past heartaches and failures treat them as your teachers and they will become your tools in both self-improvement and success. just boost your confidence because confidence is the key of success. so i realize,that they have a point they motivate me as a long as i can do, so now i dont give up to reach my confidence. i always put in my mind that, the world is a large room for lessons, not mistakes. Don’t feel senseless and doomed forever just because you failed on a certain task. There’s always a next time; make room for self-improvement. We need to realize that we should always seek ways to improve, just because we excelled in one area, we should stop. You should always ask yourself: “how can I improve myself?

  2. i choose this article because it reflects me who i am. Being a teenager, now a days i can say that everything that happens to us happens in for a reason. Just like me, in my high school days there is no improvement in myself especially in my confidence and to express them who i am and sometimes i put down myself with nothing. sometimes i always that ” bahala na da ahh, wla ko labot.”.so when i reach college one time i have a new friends 2nd yr. 2nd sem. they told me Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears towards other people to face them and crying over past heartaches and failures treat them as your teachers and they will become your tools in both self-improvement and success. just boost your confidence because confidence is the key of success. so i realize,that they have a point they motivate me as a long as i can do, so now i dont give up to reach my confidence. i always put in my mind that, the world is a large room for lessons, not mistakes. Don’t feel senseless and doomed forever just because you failed on a certain task. There’s always a next time; make room for self-improvement. We need to realize that we should always seek ways to improve, just because we excelled in one area, we should stop. You should always ask yourself: “how can I improve myself?

  3. i choose this article because it reflects me who i am. Being a teenager, now a days i can say that everything that happens to us happens in for a reason. Just like me, in my high school days there is no improvement in myself especially in my confidence and to express them who i am and sometimes i put down myself with nothing. sometimes i always say that ” bahala na da ahh, wla ko labot.”.so when i reach college one time i have a new friends 2nd yr. 2nd sem. they told me Instead of locking yourself up in your cage of fears towards other people to face them and crying over past heartaches and failures treat them as your teachers and they will become your tools in both self-improvement and success. just boost your confidence because confidence is the key of success. so i realize,that they have a point they motivate me as a long as i can do, so now i dont give up to reach my confidence. i always put in my mind that, the world is a large room for lessons, not mistakes. Don’t feel senseless and doomed forever just because you failed on a certain task. There’s always a next time; make room for self-improvement. We need to realize that we should always seek ways to improve, just because we excelled in one area, we should stop. You should always ask yourself: “how can I improve myself?

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