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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

How is the World Without Filipinos?

The following articles was sent by a friend from the Philippines. I posted it here and it is all about the importance of Filipinos to the world... I d hope we Filipinos realize this too and it is supposed to be felt by us and not by a foreign individual..sad, huh?

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16 comments:

  1. that is why Filipinosa are everywhere because we are courageous and industrious!

    Happy Holidays Rogue!

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  2. wow nakakakilabot namn nyan im proud to be pinoy yipii
    by the way ilovephil how's your Christmas? hope you had a great one

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  3. How true, many of our children reach the university stage without learning anything other than boredom! And even the skills they learn in university are mostly software skills. So they end up as adults with big degrees but who cannot even change a light bulb.

    Wow I didnt know that 23% of the worlds nurses were Philipinos. Recently my dad underwent heart surgery and I came to see the great work nurses do from close quarters. Indeed you should be proud.

    Hey cant you get a better print? Or even just type it out yourself? Oh and have a very happy 2009.

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  4. hello
    just dropping by here to greet you a Happy New Year
    may you have the best year this coming 2009
    God bless you and your Family

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  5. a good article to start the new year. hopefully, the quality and the loyalty of the Filipino workers will be well-compensated.

    HAppy New Year!!! ^_^

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  6. im back!! sorry for not being here in the blogsosphere for almost 2 weeks...
    but now im happy to tell you that im back from th field again...
    and im so sorry again for missing some of your post...my apology
    may you have a great year my friend
    have a great day and God bless! !

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  7. hello i love phil i have something for you in my site i hope you like it

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  8. Hi! Your support to a newbie Filipina like me will be highly appreciated. Would like to ask for an exchange links? I already added your link to mine. Im leaving you here with my genuine smile!

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  9. One of my best friends is from the Philippines, hes awesome! I live in America, so everyone from another country is a harder worker than most Americans. Thank god for Filipinos!!!

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  10. It is nearly same with, How is the world without an air? or a sun? :D
    however, though we love our nation so much, we cannot forget others. :)

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  11. Philippians are very hard workers I hear and that is what we need these days. I hear though that the Japanese are the hardest workers. As I have said before, I hope you could turn down the ads, they are becoming distracting.

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  12. my college professor was american, but she speaks very good filipino, she's been residing here in the phils. for a very long time. she loves filipinos. she admires that we're very industrious by nature. she once said in our class that if all filipinos would stop working even for just one day, the world might just shut down.^^

    PinkSplotch

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  13. super article, these information must more into the public. We will write a German article over this topic. Also, that more people become information and respect to the Philippine workers world-wite.

    FAC German Blog

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  14. anla ahoy,kaya ganoon e mahihirap tayo,at nahiligan natin mag abroad dahil silaw tayo sa dollar o mas malaking kita.yan ang tunay na dahilan..30 taon na rin ako sa abroad,kaya isa ako sa ganyan.di ko maari ipagmalaki na maraming pinoy sa ibang bansa,dahil,kahirapan ng buhay sa atin ang tunay na dahilan....kung mayaman tayo aalis pa ba ga tayo?sige nga...(butoy)

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  15. para s mga tga gamca clinic:
    Putang!!! kaya ko nman mag work ah!!!! my hepa-b nga aq pero ndi un hadlang para tanggalan ninyo ako ng karapatan para mkapag trabaho....!!!

    mga bwisettt!!!

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