This is a story about a community living in Palawan, Philippines who are proud to live and grow in a land filled with natural wonder. One particular native of the place gave some insights on how they care for their environment and keep the land free of all evil.
Taytay, Rizal in the Philippines is a group of #islands that has some of the picturesque natural beauty and well preserved, sustained environment. Global Culture Project had an exclusive interview with a native from Taytay who spoke all about the procedures to care for our environment and how the place is so special.
Read the interview to be published in June and #discover places that you only imagined exist in movies.
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In silent speeches, nobody saw,
A shame carried to the stars,
Was it so hard to look up and smile?
When jumping waters wet your feet,
why you drew a line to let it bleed?
Higher above your pride,
It’s a home to all your iridescent hues,
Guided by your tears that lost the light,
It is how you learned to love yourself,
And I knew the words to drizzle on you,
Will you be happy to get lost in the ocean?
If it is the blue that ties your destiny with mine.
A bewildered step, without words they walked,
Never they knew the sigh, left to sleep in cascaded dreams,
Eyes forever wounded with the pain of lost trail,
The night even fondled with the wishes of this world,
When they all gazed the sky to forget the burning sands,
What truth was held in their goodbye to the dripping moonlight,
Then they all walked on the emerald path, colored just by their will,
The guardian of the evening roses found them, and
Gave the stars back its sky, where love of countless body were weaved,
This world was united with the only question that painted no canvas,
When what’s left behind were memories of shadows crying and weeping,
And here the day could kiss the night among warmth of many hearts,
Why to live when why not to, now, couldn’t make them bleed anymore.