"Wealth is not necessarily a bad thing when it has been earned in an honest manner and neither other individuals nor the environment suffered for it." Dalai Lama
After four years, the people of Brgy. Guinsaugon that survived the deadly landslide that buried the entire barangay and cost a thousand lives found themselves a place now they called, the New Guinsaugon. The painful memories slowly fading but the shadow of anxiety was in fact the dreaded dream among the orphans that whispered, life must go on. That was February 17, 2006, when all hell broke down and people of all colors came to the rescue. This video is dedicated to all the people who were part in healing the hearts of the survivors. (Click HERE for the HD video)
A memory shot of camera hobbyists Atty. Raymund Fortun (left) of the Camera Club of the Philippines and the just.image publisher (right) of the Digital Photographers of the Philippines and Colours Camera Club of Maasin City shares some shutters during the Sinulog in Cebu City, Philippines.
What we are experiencing now is a warning to us all, that climate change is now taking its course. We must be vigilant and sensitive to our environment because, all those that we can see around us are the last treasures that our planet entrusted us. Remember, we have our share of obligation to nurture and love our Mother's Nature.
The birth of the Municipality of Basey can be brought back before the Christianization of the country in the middle part of the 15th Century. Its rich cultural heritage can also be linked to the Chinese traders who built a trading village at the mouth of the Golden River before the Spanish colonialization, a river that extends up to the famous tourism destination Suhuton Cave of the Samar Island Natural Park.