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Seven Deadly Sins Essay

579 words - 3 pages

Labimpitong taon na akong nakikisinghot ng oxygen plus usok ng jeep dito sa earth, at isang gabing hindi nananaman ako dinalaw ni kumareng antok, umapaw nanaman ang brain activity ng genious ni kimpoy. Naisip ko lang, pagharap ko kay Lord sakaling madeds na ako gaano ba kalinis ang konsensya ko, kung meron man. Kung ililitanya ko lahat ng pagkakataong nagkasala ako baka i-close mo na ito at hindi na basahin. Pero guilty ako sa halos lahat ng kasalanan na maiisip mo at kaya mong ilimita sa salita wag mo lang akong mabintangbintangan na nagpa-abort.
Pero sa nakaraang enrolment ngayong semester, sa buong linggo kong pamomroblema sa schedule ko, mukhang nadagdagan ng mga tatlong chapters ang libro ng kasalanan ko. Kinakabahan na ako at baka ang seven deadly sins ay pangkaraniwan na lang sa buhay ko.

So am I guilty? Let’s ...view middle of the document...

Madalas nagagalit ako sa sarili ko. Ang ganda ko kasi we. JOKE. Baka magalit ka sakin.


Aminado ako na mahal na mahal ko ang higaan ko. Close na close na kasi kami at gusto ko siya lang ang kasama ko sa bahay. At syempre barkada ko ang tv at cellphone ko.
Alam kong panganay ako at syempre babae ako lalong dapat na marunong akong gumalaw sa bahay. Pero sa totoo lang hindi ako naglalaba maski sarili kong damit, hindi ako nagluluto dahil bukod sa takot ako sa mantika ay ayoko talagang umapak sa kusina namen, hindi rin kasi ako naghuhugas ng plato at panyo lang ang trip kong plantsahin. Tamad kasi talaga akong gumalaw kapag nasa bahay, siguro dahil pagod na ako sa eskwela sa kakaisip kung nagtatrabaho ba ako habang nag-aaral o nag-aaral habang nagtatrabaho at isa pa magiging mayaman din ako at magkakaroon ng yaya at makakapangasawa ng magaling magluto. :D (ilusyunada!)


Eto, hindi ako guilty!!!!

(oo na sige na inaamin ko na iniimagine ko ang crush ko bago matulog!!!!!)

(pero nakadamit siya ha!!!)


Sabihin na nating hindi ako matakaw.
Lalong hindi naman ako yung sobrang laki ng appetite.
Pero gusto kong kumain ng ice cream palagi.
And I think it is normal kung kaya mong makaubos ng buong pizza di ba?
So hindi ako guilty dito. Yes! Pwede pa ako sa langit.


What a word? hahahaha


Ahem! Sino ba ang hindi nainggit maski minsan sa buong buhay nila? Alam kong maski yung pinakamayaman, pinakamaganda at lahat na ng pinaka ay may natitirang insecurity kahit katiting sa katawan nila.
Naiinggit ako sa mga taong maraming pambili ng ice cream.
Doon sa mga parang napakaperpekto na at nakakainis na sobrang dami nilang alam at kaya.
Doon sa mga nakatira sa maayos na bahay.
Doon sa mga buo ang pamilya.
Dear Charo….


Siguro ito ang dahilan kung bakit hindi ko matignan sa mata ang ex ko. Let’s just leave it like that.

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