Originally Posted by Aga Mulat
Lahat kayo dito ay magaganda, tunay at patriotic ang mga opinion, pangarap at pag-asa para sa ating bansa at kapwa.
Kayo yung mga klase ng tao na papasok sa isang pagtatarbahuhan o mag aaply ng utilities like phone line or electricity tapos ang sasalubong sa inyo ay isang may katungkulan na matagal na siya doon at walang paki elam sa inyong paniniwala at magandang intention kundi ang hangad lamang nito ay "lagay" kung gusto niyo makamtan ang nais o pangngangailangan niyo.
Bakit kaya nag population explosion ang cellphones sa Pinas at napag iwanan na ang landlines? Dahil ang pag aari at pag gamit ng cellphone ay di na nangangailangan dumaan sa isang kumag na humihinge ng lagay.
Diyan sa mga uri ng tao na yan na de-dead end ang ating mga maggandang hangad at pangarap sa Pilipinas.
It only takes one kumag to ruin the dream of a 100 people.
I don't think the reason for cellphones being more in vogue than landlines is because of bribery but for the obvious reason of mobility
. These are fast-paced times and people have become a lot more mobile than they were in the time of our parents. The modern technology is simply adapted to fit our modern lifestyles, while also influencing our lifestyles.
But to answer your comment that it only takes one kumag
to ruin the dream of 100 people, maybe if none of those 100 people cared enough about others to do something about the kumag
, and they are only concerned about their own selfish convenience.
Take for example the prevalence of reckless driving. It only takes one person to take the trouble to go to the PNP and to the LTO and file a complaint about a reckless driver. I did it, and the reckless driver was fired and his license confiscated. None of the other passengers cared enough as long as they were able to get home safely.
But the reckless driver, if he were allowed to continue driving, would one day have killed a busful of people, each of whom have his/her own hopes and dreams. Just imagine, one of these future passengers could be a parent, sibling, child or other loved one. One action or inaction is of more significance than we often think it is.