“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do." - Steve Jobs
As with me, I am glad that I am crazy enough to think that I can change the Philippines from Catholicism into Atheism as generated by the beauty behind Humanism.
As long as our society exists there will be evils, and if no Filipino objected or no Filipino
rebelled, those evils will be with us forever and ever doing not good but harm in our country.
It is time we Filipinos live no more like the Sick Man of Asia; we should, instead, live happily and creatively as the healthiest and the wealthiest people of Asia!
It is time we Filipinos enjoy a higher standard of living as a people and enjoy a higher standard of thinking as a nation.
It is time we Filipinos, at the end of each and every year, celebrate not the birth of Christianity, but the birth of human decency nourishing a sane and a healthy society.
It is time we Filipinos enjoy employment in our own country rather than just be better employed in foreign countries.
It is time millions of our poor children to no longer live, cry, eat, play, sleep, pee, and poo in the streets of our major cities.
It is time our senior citizens live better as citizens of the Republic rather than just live on a hand to mouth existence with their SSS pension.
It is time we Filipinos learn to no longer be the frightened followers of a mystery existing up out there, but should be living as the enlightened people in love with our own country down here.
It is time we Filipinos fear no more anything angelic, or fear anything demonic. It is time to respect the beauty of thought behind the power of logic.
It is time to grow as a people and develop as a nation not with deadly paralysis, but with lively analysis. Indeed, questions are far more valuable than the answers; especially as the answers, in time, become obsolete.
Well, for my part, I say, even if I am not, as yet, successful with the spread of atheism, at least, as the Father of Atheism of the Philippines, I already started the ball rolling. Specially for others to carry on what I can no longer do after I am dead, buried, and gone.
In the meantime, I do not fear death. I welcome it. After all, the day we are born is the day we begin to live in a dying body. Nothing is permanent; everything is temporary in this world. So what is there to fear about death that's coming whether we like it or not? - Poch Suzara
Google# Facebook# Twitter#