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April 5th, 2010

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1. It's so easy to have your heart broken. Ang kailangan mo lang gawin:
a.) Magtiwala
b.) Ask for honesty

Panigurado yan. Syento porsyento pare, mabebreak ang heart mo.

2. Napakadali, pucha. As if ginawa talaga ang puso para mabreak.

3. Now, if you don't want to worry about having to nurse a broken heart, don't fuckin' trust in anyone. Expect the worst. Para kung sakaling makaranas ka man ng any treatment that may cause heart break, masasabi mong, "Ito na ba yun? Is this the best you can conjure, Saruman? Putrages, this is less than what I've been expecting. Keri, chong. Back to work."

4. Everyone wants to fall in love and to be loved in return but for some reason, lahat tayo may tendency rin to break hearts. Minsan nga naiisip ko, the fact that we are looking for love makes us want to break hearts.

5. The key to forgetting someone who broke your heart is to look for someone new to break your heart -- and this speaks to much about the resilience of the heart. Grabe. Only a fool talaga will underestimate the ability of the heart to recover from serious blows. Kaya...

6. Tangena ka, my heart isn't made up of the strongest and hardest working muscles in my body for nothing.

7. The moment you use your heart for anything other than supplying blood to all of your organs, panigurado, it will be broken.

8. Wait. Involuntary action pala ng heart yun.

9. Ganito nalang: The moment you use your heart for anything other than what it is naturally made to do, lagot ka na, siguradong huli ka.

10. Sa tingin ko, sobrang sakit na mabreak ang heart kasi the only person na you want sana to help you nurse it is the very same person naman who broke it in the first place. Haha. Putrages, di ba? Tangenang yan. San tayo lulugar dyan pare?

11. At least kasi, halimbawang nahawa ka ng galis aso, crabs or sore eyes, hindi naman yung nakahawa sayo ang inaasahan mong tumulong sayo eh. Haha.

12. The key to forgetting someone who broke your heart is to focus your thoughts on the things you don't like about the person. Pwedeng iimagine mo the kind of horrible life you would have lived kung sya ang naging partner mo. "Babading bading sya, walang isang salita, sinungaling, madumi sa bahay, walang pangarap, utak manok, amoy unggoy...etc. etc."

or "In hindsight, hindi naman sya ang sharpest pencil in the drawer. In fact, sa napakaraming moments na magkasama kami, tiniis ko rin kung gano kahina ang ulo nya."

or "Sa loob ng 3 months na magkasama kami, ni minsan hindi nya ako napatawa."

or "Hindi ko malilimutan nung minsang nagkukwento ako tungkol sa mga matitinding problema ko sa barkada pero hindi sya nakinig, tumingin lang sya sa kawalan."

Things like that.

13. Wag na wag mong isostalk ang taong dumurog sa puso mo. Because seeing him or her happy with or without someone else will surely break your heart even more. Steady ka lang. Wag kang sadista.

14. "Sinungaling sya" is perhaps the best judgement na pwede mong gawin sa person who broke your heart. Maisip mo lang yun, paniguradong babaliktad na ang sikmura mo at sort of magpapasalamat na wala na sya sa buhay mo.

15. So repeat after me, "Sinungaling sya. Sinungaling sya. Sinungaling sya." There you go.



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Letter of Pangilinan to Fr. Bienvenido Nebres, president of AdMU

Dear Father Ben

Easter greetings!

I have been told last night that portions of my graduation remarks – in particular my address to the Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences – had been borrowed from certain other graduation speeches.

I had taken a look at the side-by-side comparison @ Facebook, and must admit to this mistake.

For this, I wish to express my sincerest apology to you, the University and to the 2010 graduating class.

I have had some help in the drafting of my remarks, but I take full and sole responsibility for them.

In mitigation perhaps, the body and substance of my speech represented my own story and my thoughts. And I have labored long hours to get those speeches done. It is my hope that their impact has not been lost on the graduates. That said, this post fact event I am certain has devalued the words I have uttered at graduation – whether original or copied.

I am told further that comments posted on Facebook have started to spill beyond graduation, and are now alluding to my misconduct with respect to Meralco, with former President Erap, and so forth. Under the circumstances, it is best for the Ateneo and myself to shorten the life of this controversy and prevent it from spinning out of control.

Fr Ben, this has been a source of deep personal embarrassment for me.

I am truly regretful for it. I already have too many battles to fight, and some of them I wish not to have to fight. In this instance, I do not want to, and would seek only the honorable and principled way out. The matter at hand may rest after this public apology, but it gives me a lot of personal discomfort to continue to be closely involved with Ateneo affairs after this incident. I am afraid the damage has been done – wala talaga akong mukhang ihaharap pagkatapos.

With much regret, Fr Ben, I would wish to retire from my official duties at the Ateneo.

With all good wishes to you and to our graduates.

M. V. P.



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Letter of Nebres to Pangilinan

Dear Manny,

I received your apology just a few minutes ago and feel how deeply embarrassed and pained you are by this event. We realize that this was a mistake and we respect and appreciate your taking responsibility and your immediate apology.

At the same time, we know that this happened without your full awareness, though you take full and sole responsibility. Thus this does not diminish our admiration and respect for your person and for your care and accomplishments for our country and for the Ateneo. In fact, your acceptance of responsibility and apology command our utmost respect.

In reading again through your speeches, we also see that indeed the main part of your speeches were your story and your thoughts. We thank you for taking so much time to craft them and to share them with us and our graduates. We are deeply touched by this sharing of yourself.

Again I realize how profoundly embarrassed you are by this event and that you believe that resigning from official duties at the Ateneo is the principled thing for you to do. However, reflecting on the events and circumstances, I cannot quite agree, and I believe with many others that what is appropriate is the apology you have given. Neither can I agree with you that “wala talaga akong mukhang ihaharap pagkatapos.” I would thus like to take up your retiring from official duties at the Ateneo with our officials and Board of Trustees and discuss it further with you.

It is Easter Vigil and may the Risen Christ be Light to you.

Fr. Ben, S.J.



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