Hi. My name is Frank Joseph D. Libao… I’m 22 yr old. I am currently living in my aunt’s house living in Llanera Nueva Ecija Philippines. I am the 3rd child in 4 seedlings of my mother and father. My father died 3 years ago and my mother were disabled since I was in first grade. Its almost 15 years back then. I am a 4th yr college student taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH). For now, I am currently looking for some financial assistance, scholarships or some sponsor for my study so that I finish my course and have a better work. Living here is to difficult. You need to do anything to survive.
What inspires you everyday?
My family inspired me everyday. In spite of difficulties in life, we still live And still fighting They inspired me to pursue my dreams so that I can have a better work to sustain in the future. To have our own house so that we can no longer depend on other people. To live a happy life.
What is some words of wisdom you live by?
“Never judge people by their past. People learn. People change. People move on. “
Being the way you are shows your real self. Be good to others so that others can be good to you. People’s always change.
What is a positive message you would like to give others?
Anything happen for a reason. It is for you to understand the situation and handle it to create good things. Always to the brighter side of your story to create a positive and wonderful future.
What is your ultimate goal in life?
To have a happy life. Make my mother, brother and sisters live in our own house, house that we can say ours.
Last question how do you feel about life and what changes did you make to be where you are now!
Life is like a blank sheet of paper, you are the one who create and put things in it. I change myself from doing nothing to a better one giving a try to do so even though I may not know if the outcomes is great or not, at least I try and do it. Like the pencil, you can write and do wrong but still there’s eraser that you can use to erase the wrong things and create a new one, to be good and right.