Celebrating the Risen Lord is indeed a day to remember. My friends and I traveled from Boracay back to Bacolod but it’s good that I looked up to the Lord, prayed, and listened to our church’s Easter Sunday worship. My day is full although few discomforts were felt.
Jesus is risen and He is risen indeed! He is alive forevermore!
Opportunities are everywhere but you need to take a risk if you want and if you are qualified especially outside your comfort zone.
Kindly post your name below for those who have passports and willing to take a risk. I can recommend you all but you need to take a risk, a move, and a desire to go. You will be the one to do it because they will be questions that you alone could answer.
Kindly write your name below if you have a passport.
Fo those who desired to go out with passport, an update will be shared soon. Please be guided, I am just helping anybody but you need to do it yourself. Opportunities are provided but it’s up to you. The choice is yours to grab.
Preparing documents and other things to consider must be of utmost importance before the next step. It’s not a joke, it’s a risk but taking the first step is something to put into heart. Is this what I want? Is this what I desire? These are some questions to consider. May you choose the best for your life and your future.
Talking to a new found friend working in Thailand is indeed an enjoyable and exciting experience. I had been to Thailand a decade ago and I feel I’m back for a day thinking of the experience I had.
I will be meeting with Ms Beth soon but students who desired must have a passport in order to travel. If you desire to go to Thailand first thing first, a passport, must be the priority. She will be 12 teachers as soon as possible.
Many opportunities are knocking on your door but you need to check whether it’s legit or not. I will be meeting a friend for this purpose next week. I’m excited to share with some students, friends, colleagues, and those who are interested. Thailand opportunities are knocking, who will be qualified?
My experience in Thailand was different but it helped me to be me and to be a better person with a big heart for others and for the Lord. It’s a different journey but gave me a lot of opportunities to mingle with people of different races and travel to places I’ve never been. Taste different delicacies and see beautiful tourist spots, and thank God for His creation. A great experience indeed!
A friend of mine sent a message just this evening that schools in Thailand were looking for teachers who are qualified and willing to go beyond the borders. After hearing it, I immediately posted, lo and behold… a lot of my students flocked in and asked for more details. I’m glad to be back to where I had been a decade ago.
I’m excited for them. This is seldom but when you have the desire, you will really find ways and explore a greener pasture and a better tomorrow. Somehow, this experience will not be compared and the experiences you have had in the past will continue to linger and become a part of your life. It will never be compared to something and you will treasure every bit of it amidst the struggles it may bring as you journey to the next chapter of your life.
I encourage you to post here and write your complete name with your course and major. We will find ways!
I can keep track here than on my Facebook page. See you!
Last weekend was my special day and my friends had a little surprise after my travel with my best friend. She brought me to Nena’s place where my kiddos and some friends were already eating. They dine with the special chicken INASAL in Bacolod. A place where people enjoy the food prepared.
It was a day to celebrate, a day to remember, a day to be thankful to the Lord for all the things that HE has done for me and my family. We were surprised and enjoyed the rest of the night after dinner. It was indeed a beautiful and heart warming experience of being together with the family and friends.