Have courage and be kind..

I have met many kind people but not brave enough to share their blessings.

I have met a lot of courageous people, but not kind enough to share their blessings.

I have met financially blessed people but not generous enough to share their blessings.

I’m sure they have their reasons, so let’s not focus on them πŸ€—β˜ΊοΈ

I want to talk about our new Admin Assistant named Ron, who brings joy and shares his light to all of us every day!

Ron has autism, but his disability didn’t stop him to live his life to the fullest. He finished school and was able to find a job. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» This is not his first job and he’s working diligently every day. He greets everyone who comes in and out of the office, and just his presence in the reception area never fails to put a smile on my face.😁 He reminds me of how blessed I am, that we should be grateful every day, and that life is beautiful!

I’d like to honor his Mom for demonstrating courage, kindness, and love. Ron wouldn’t have been who he is today without her courage and love. Her generosity and kindness made everything possible for Ron. Amazing!πŸ’–

I haven’t met his dad, but I’m pretty sure he also plays a big part in Ron’s journey.πŸ‘πŸ»

I had the chance to talk to her and learned that she has two sons with autism. I was speechless most of the time. I am humbled and honored I am talking to a real hero.😍 My version of Cinderella.πŸ’–

I can’t and I won’t stop sharing things like this. I will not stop reminding whoever is reading this that you are blessed! You are. πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘πŸ»

How are you a blessing today? Will you share this?☺️

Day-by-day I am grateful Share Light Shine Bright

Anne Uy-Gamboa View All →

I am Anne. A wife, mother, entrepreneur, and healer.

In the past years, I have actively shared bits and pieces of my life to friends and families on social media. In my posts, I have shared: the joys I experienced as a wife and a mother, my adventures in the kitchen, places we go to, people I meet, and positive things that I have discovered, read or learned. I believe that by sharing the many different ways I am blessed through my experiences, I become a blessing to others who learn from those experiences.

At the start of this year (2019), I felt a special mission from my inner self to widen my audience. I thought that I should be a blessing to more than just my families and friends. I was scared at the initial concept, but I was determined to do it, and so I launched this blog - Anne Chronicles.

I hope that by sharing Anne Chronicles, we reap the benefits of growing and learning together.

#BeABlessing

22 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Marami nang companies these days who are more open to persons with special needs and disabilities. It’s a very good thing that they are able to help those who need opportunities and those who wish to work even if they have disabilities.

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  2. “I have met many kind people but not brave enough to share their blessings.”
    This post is heartwarming and I am always amazed by the good that’s left in this world.

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  3. I just shared on my newsfeed about my bosses on how much impact they are now making to more than 40 impoverished kids in Indonesia. I’m so grateful to be part of this company that dares to share the blessings to others.

    As for me, no big actions the past few weeks. We came to support our son’s friend who performed as Basilio in Noli Me Tangere, so I guess in our small way, we are trying to bless the industry by purchasing tickets, cheering and supporting fellow artists in their endeavors.

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  4. I have high respect for the parents of kids with special needs. They are indeed heroes! Their sacrifices and hard work are awe-inspiring. People like these are reminders that we need to be grateful for what we have and have not. Each of us has his/her own battles but what will set us apart is how we are facing them.

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  5. I have high respects to Moms of special kids. They are indeed heroes! Their sacrifices and dedication are just awe-inspiring. These people are reminders that we need to be grateful for whatever we have or have not and that each of us has his/her own battles to fight.

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  6. Good to know that there are companies na hindi nagdidiscriminate ng may disability. Sa company namin may mga nagwowork din na PWDs and nakakaproud na makita silang nagsusumikap. Thanks for sharing this inspiring story!

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  7. I hope Ron and his mom serve as an inspiration for all of us. Disabilities should not deter us from chasing our dreams.

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  8. Sometimes life takes you to unhappy places or situations, but you do not need to have that define who you are. No matter how bad it may seem, don’t let your current situation drag you down.Have courage and be kind

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