Everyone is Accountable

Now, I might be stating this all the time in this blog. I started stressing this in my first Tagalog blog post. So, I am placing this as both a disclaimer and an article to emphasize my point, especially for this coming elections.

“Everyone is accountable.”

Every citizen in this country is accountable for her progress. Every citizen in any status, gender, age, demographic, ethnicity, religion and relative blood counts. So it matters that everyone should not be pointing fingers as to who to blame for the issues for mother Philippines. Even to the corrupt ones, everyone should not easily point fingers.

Now, I am not saying everyone is to be liable for what have become of our status as a complicated nation. I get the reason why some groups protest as a way to express their thoughts to people who need to hear their thoughts. I am saying that everyone should act on his or her own right to lift the nation away from the issue, if that is what you want.

The best act to apply for issues is to dictate our liability, even though we think we have nothing to do with the issue, and to keep on striving to be a model Filipino that we need to be. Because, to be frank, our outcries will need to nothing but make the hole even bigger. We need to simply act on our behalf in any practical way we can think of. It will take time and effort, but it is worth everything.

How about this? If the government or any governing acts slowly to resolve issues, as we insist that it is their jobs, I think we should act ahead of them.

We should not be a spoonfed nation. We Filipinos are capable of anything. So be responsible. Take time to think about this.

Oppose? If you  do, I do want to hear your thoughts. Leave a comment below. Have a nice day guys!



I am a Peterson, a Bosconian, a Lasallian, an ENC Member, a movie buff, a writer, a thespian, an optimist and a servant of God. And I will tell you a story.

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