My True Success, My True Happiness, My True Wealth, and My True Love Journey-Adventure Called Life Best Live
By Byron M. Vidal
I’m now listening to strictly only Bob Marley songs through youtube.com while working on this post/blog because I think they are the only songs that suit as of the time being this worthy lifetime endeavor of mine, only my opinion for the time being, wholesome music for all ages.
My very close friend Allen of Holland/Netherlands and I mentored, outreached, and distributed tens of thousands or more of toys, bags, school supplies, shoes, clothes, and life-saving materials all combined to these hundreds of financially poor true scholar children in Payatas garbage Dumpsite/Landfill site, Quezon city, Philippines and orphanages in one province with the major help and sponsor of the mainland Chinese close friend based in Holland of my very close friend Allen.
A significant percentage of the tens of thousands of items/life-saving materials we gave to these financially poor true scholar children that are sons and daughters of Payatas garbage Dumpsite/Landfill site collectors or scavengers and orphans in orphanages in one province came from many families, friends, and hotel employees in Holland and a few countries from Europe.
It’s really hard work for us sorting and distributing intelligently and charitably the tens of thousands or more of toys, bags, school supplies, shoes, clothes, and life-saving materials all combined because the preparation and overall process is months and so many nights of sleep deprivation. It’s truly all worth the time, full attention, tangible and intangible resources, and everything good. More than words can express.
To be continued…
When a person doesn’t have gratitude, something is missing in his or her humanity. A person can almost be defined by his or her attitude toward gratitude. —–Elie Wiesel (1928- ), Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner
I would turn it around and substitute compassion. Gratitude is easy. Compassion requires imagination and so is more difficult. —–Reply to me on June 29, 2016 of Mr. Robert La Quey, PhD, pioneers of Internet
That’s what I consider true generosity. You give your all, and yet you always feel as if it costs you nothing. —–SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR (1908-1986)
This is how I define and live my True Success from Ralph Waldo Emerson:
To Endure the Betrayal of False Friends
To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics.