OMG, that WAS you! Were you with a (cute) guy walking down the street? HA! I think we should just take fate's hints and run into each other intentionally one of these days ;) When do you leave for Cali?
o ya that was just a friend that I met that night ; ) Yes we should meet each other one day! I leave for Cali on August 7th
Mudfest was a blast - I definitely have the sunburn and battlewounds (SO MANY SCRAPES AND BRUISES) to prove it, ha. Also, I hope that by liking my last post, this means that you are thinking of coming to the Meetup! It'd be great to meet you in person :)
ahh sorry for the late response! I forget i have a formspring sometimes. As for mudfest, I didn’t get any scrapes but I came back with massive itchy mosquito bites. They def had a buffet on my legs.. ahh!! I wish i can go meet up with the tumblr family but i’m actually going to Cali and later Vegas on that date! But if there is a next time I am there! yay! hope to meet you guys in person!
The Pilipino language uses three words for love. It talks about gusto. Gusto is a sort of aesthetic love. It has come to us to be a sort of romantic love and it stands with all of its beauty. But when we speak of loving those who oppose us we’re not talking about gusto. The Pilipino language talks about mahal and this is a sort of reciprocal love between personal friends. This is a vital, valuable love. But when we talk of loving those who oppose you and those who seek to defeat you we are not talking about gusto or mahal. The Pilipino language comes out with another word and it is ibig. Ibig is understanding, creative, redemptive good will for all. Biblical theologians would say it is the love of God working in the minds of humanity. It is an overflowing love which seeks nothing in return. And when you come to love on this level you begin to love people not because they are likable, not because they do things that attract us, but because God loves them and here we love the person who does the evil deed while hating the deed that the person does. It is the type of love that stands at the center of the movement that we are trying to carry on—ibig.