Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
I was a typical (very tired) working mom.
Until my mom got sick and passed away after a month.
And I decided to…
In Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki said,
“Whenever you feel ‘short’ or in ‘need’ of something, give what you want first and it will come back in buckets. That is true for money, a smile, love, friendship. I know it is often the last thing a person may want to do, but it has always worked for me. I just trust that the principle of reciprocity is true, and I give what I want.”
And it is not just me or you who have grown in leaps and bound and insight because of an epiphany or a tragedy. We, as a nation, have truly exemplified excellence and compassion (husay at malasakit), especially in times of calamities.
Unilab, the country’s biggest pharmaceutical company, believes in the power of husay (expertise) and malasakit (compassion).
Utmost care is given into every product they produce…
Advances in technology may have changed and innovated their processes…
…but their heart which is the very core of their existence is always present in their health care products.
Unilab believes in the spirit of genuine concern, and as a healthcare company, that is what truly counts…
Husay and Malasakit, that is the Unilab way.
That is the Filipino way.
Unilab is on social media!
JanzCrystalz January says
That's Our Way! The Filipino Way!
Wow, I love reading your blog Ate Marie! I really learned a lot.
Nice reflection, Marie. Death changes us. I lost my parents early. I was not that young but I was in my 20's and 30's which I think was too son for me to lose them. Their death made me treasure my time here on earth. I value spending time with people than earning a living. I put my share of hard work but I listen to my body. Oh, prayers help a lot.
Ida JT says
We are a very resilient nation. And life becomes even better because we have our family around us to comfort us and make things easier. 🙂
Melgie Campbell says
Such a great post. I think its always good to just sit down, relax and spent time with family. I often get caught with work and often times forgot to acknowledge small things like read books to my kiddies and stuff.
maria wenttotown says
This is a very inspiring post. Always make time, I say. I still bring work at home (and I am single!) but I make it a point not to open any emails on Saturdays and Sundays. It makes you you look forward to the workweek and you spend quality time with people you love on weekends.