French Mum, humanitarian, restless explorer and doer on sabbatical in Cebu (Philippines): one Attila in each arm, I am exploring the “toddlers safe” corners of the region, while trying to keep some room for Me.
Are you Catholic (Filipinos favorite question to foreigners) or even a Christian ? should be easy for you to find your way home.
May you ride a taxi, a jeepney or a bus, you should feel safe and protected:
Lost in the crowd? free inspirational words right in front of you:
Need a bit more ? you ll get so many chances to attend masses, without even changing your daily routine : I had never seen people praying in an airport before (I know there are rooms in most airports where people can pray. But it was definitely the first time I saw a mass in an open space). You can also attend masses in malls here. One place fits all !
Even in those high moments of stress – when you finally decided to go for this rejuvenating hair cut in a salon where no one speaks your language… you ll find those reassuring signs :
For my non religious peeps, there are signs for you too ! The other day, as I was heading to my yoga class, my thoughts were wandering on my obsession with productivity : Should I start looking for a job ? should I study more ? should I seriously learn Visayas ?or just spend all my time the Attila instead ?
I took a deep breath and stopped the flow of questions just for the time of a jeepney ride. Hardly took 5mn to get the signs I needed, to remind me what life is all about :
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