2009 for most people has probably not been a good year. For me, it is a year of justice. If I sound too much like Lao Tzu, that's because I acknowledge his ideologies.


In 2009, our country has been hit badly by several typhoons. These events show that there are a lot of things we cannot control. But our past actions have a lot to do with any mishap we are experiencing. Nature hits back as they say. We need sustainable development.

What is sustainable development? I know a lawyer who
devoted his life to learning about sustainable development that works for people (indigenous peoples) and for nature. What he seeks has yet to be realized if we choose to do what is right. If we elect people who are worth being called leaders and "public servants."


People who know more about justice than the law or legislation because the law has nearly nothing to do with justice.
I would definitely support Noynoy Aquino as he has the most balanced personality. You don't need a businessman, an economist or someone who doesn't stutter when speaking to a crowd to lead the country.
Choose someone who is honest, not an actor, not on the Forbes list or on the Forbes park, intelligent and has good intuition.


Internet scams are more pervasive than ever. If there's something I want to change badly - it would be how e-commerce is done. Ebay, Amazon, Shopify, Multiply - there are many sites but no one to protect you. This time, it is not about instincts or intuition. It is about protecting yourself from fraud. I believe there are many things wrong in the process and something which is worth doing has never been done.


That is a better question than "What is happening?" or "What are you doing?" because everyday is really about change and dealing with it.
Twitter is not the ideal place for me to say things and often what I really want to convey is reduced to 140 characters or just words without anyone really listening.
Few people are good communicators. Very very few.

The line it is drawn

The curse it is cast

The slow one now

Will later be fast

As the present now

Will later be past

The order is

Rapidly fadin'.

And the first one now

Will later be last

For the times they are a-changin'.

I admire people who can reinvent themselves. Whatever they have lost along the way, I believe they can gain it back as long as they play fair.

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Hello! I am Kat. I've been a developer for several years. When I'm not sitting down, reading and working for long hours, I am traveling to some place of interest.
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