You can wing it with pesto and never go wrong with the taste. Always smiling despite adversities. Just take this comment from the CNN website as an example:
Always smiling despite adversities. Just take this comment from the CNN website as an example: At the end of the day, the Filipinos will just shake off the dirt from their clothes and go about their business They do not complain much, they will bear as long as they can.
Maybe this is why they were given the "privilege" of bearing the burden of the strongest typhoon every recorded. The indomitable human spirit at its best. But the terrible devastation wrought by Typhoon Yolanda is testing the Filipino spirit, and how!
A tattered Philippine flag in Samar. Reuters First, those had been uneasy and dread-filled days prior to the supertyphoon's arrival. Last week, weather monitoring reports were all about the approaching menace. As it advanced slowly and resolutely day in and day out, Filipinos began praying and bracing themselves, being veterans of countless typhoons in the past and therefore no stranger to what this advancing cyclone could do.
The track of the typhoon. It flung buildings and people these way and that, and eventually made homeless and lifeless many Filipinos. The safe-and-snug ones kept watch with growing horror and concern through TV and social media.
A family heading for shelter from the typhoon. Reuters Third, disbelief as reports about the devastated areas came pouring in. The apocalyptic scenery -- flattened homes and normally sturdy buildings and debris everywhere -- was a surrealism that we only see in Hollywood movies.
Many suspected that the strength of the typhoon could potentially lead to disastrous results. Some feared, yet many still hoped, but yet all of them weren't prepared for the actual reality. A fishing boat amidst the debris. Reuters Fourth, the onslaught of grief as the body count increased, the number of missing people leap-frogged, and the faces oh, the faces!
Monitoring the social networks, many Filipinos cried, cringed, and were as grief-stricken as those affected. Survivors walking dazedly amidst the rubble. AP Fifth, the sense of urgency and desperation to have rescue and humanitarian aid come through as soon as possible.
People rushed to collect and send aid, but frustrations were increasing as aid arrived agonizingly slow. Not enough, and not soon enough. Each day, more people were dying out there.
Many victims were being victimized several times over, slowly dying from starvation and cold. They have began to lose their humanity by stooping to looting and scavenging for food and water, to survive. A survivor carrying relief goods in Leyte. AP No one in the country is unaffected.
Many carry the burden in differing ways, but it is there, inside each Filipino heart.The world often sees Filipinos as a resilient people. Always smiling despite adversities.
Resourceful. Just take this comment from the CNN website as an example. SMILING DESPITE THE ADVERSITIES The weak fall, but the strong will remain and never go under!
— Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl There will be times in your life, when nothing seems to be going right, when tragedy strikes and you’re broken into pieces. Tins' Corner is a blog about work, food, love, entertainment, sports, health, spirituality, travel, Always smiling despite adversities.
Resourceful. but they will be SMILING once again. Read More. Nov 10, Google People Finder for Typhoon Yolanda. She went through so many hardships throughout her life, but always put on a happy face, and kept smiling despite these adversities. This song has been dedicated to both of their memories.
This upbeat and heartwarming song will get your hands clapping, feet tapping, and bring a smile to your face;) Download and enjoy! The only thing that's the end of the world is the end of the world. ~President Barack Obama, farewell press conference, January 18th I shall come, not as one who has escaped pain, but as one who has glorified it.
~Muriel Strode (–), "Songs of Longing: XXII," At the Roots of Grasses. Smiling in the face of adversity Despite all being diagnosed with cancer over the past six months three family women remain positive Despite ALL being diagnosed with cancer over the past six.