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Thursday, February 23, 2017

OFW STORIES: AN OFW GETS HARSH WORDS FROM HER OWN BROTHER; A FORMER OFW DIED IN A TRAGIC ACCIDENT

A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness. Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise. Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense.                     The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.  The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.      How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?       In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.       Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.   Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.    With eagerness to pass, lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join. But the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour. But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again. Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.   RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES


A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness.
Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise.

Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense



A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness. Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise. Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense.                     The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.  The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.      How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?       In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.       Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.   Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.    With eagerness to pass, lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join. But the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour. But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again. Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.   RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES











A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness. Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise. Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense.                     The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.  The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.      How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?       In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.       Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.   Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.    With eagerness to pass, lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join. But the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour. But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again. Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.   RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.

The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.

A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness. Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise. Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense.                     The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.  The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.      How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?       In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.       Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.   Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.    With eagerness to pass, lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join. But the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour. But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again. Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.   RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES



How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?







In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.

 

 Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.
A universal notion that an OFW lives a happy, abundant life abroad, enjoying luxurious lifestyle with lots of money is definitely a myth. it is a sad thing that people judge the OFW based on what they see on their facebook posts, the amount of remittance they send, the contents of the balikbayan boxes they are sending once in a while. Even the country where they are working. But all of these does not equate to the real situation of an OFW. The meal they skipped, the sleepless nights, the fatigue from loads of work, the river they cried every time they are being attacked by homesickness. Of course, they will never tell anyone about these hardships. They will post their best photos on facebook or instagram dining in a classy restaurant, going on a nice park, striking a pose or having a selfie against a famous landmark on their host country, sharing happy faces of their friends. Deep inside the heart of an OFW is sadness that you will never understand unless you become one of them, unless you tried being an OFW.  The thought that their family back home appreciates the things they do can appease that sadness somehow. But what would an OFW feel if all their efforts seems  not  enough and they want more from you. Without any words of gratitude but instead  you heard otherwise. Just like the story of an OFW in Canada, whom the message was featured in a facebook page Peso Sense.                     The OFW is working as a nurse in Canada who helps her siblings in the Philippines, [as she described in her message that she has a youngest brother before her so we assumed that she's a female.] giving them funds to start small businesses. First, a quail business that went down followed by a small grocery store. On top of this, she is giving her siblings  anything they requested like shoes or fancy watches for instance, anything that she can afford to buy.  The problem started when her elder brother ask her to buy them a car. that's when the the words of her brother became harsh after all that she's done for them. Shea has even been branded as "selfish". Tragic but it really happens. Not only to her but for many OFWs.      How would you feel if the same thing happened to you?       In another story, Lovely Seringan, 26, A former Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) who returned to the Philippines to continue her studies was among the 15 people who were killed in a tragic bus accident in  Tanay, Rizal.       Her brothers, all military men, couldn't help but be moved to tears as they felt that the school required her to join the field trip.   Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.    With eagerness to pass, lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join. But the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour. But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again. Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.   RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

Staff Sgt. Nixon Seringan, Lovely's brother, the school said that the students who will not join the field trip will be failed on the NSTP subject or they will be required to make a thesis if they want to pass.  

With eagerness to pass, Lovely joined the field trip unknowingly that it will be the last field trip her batch will ever join.
However, the administration of Bestlink College of the Philippines (BCP) clarified that students who were involved in the accident were not forced to join the tour.
But at this point, the grieving family will not be calmed by any explanation. All they know is that they've lost a loved one and nothing could ever bring them back to life again.
Lovely is about to celebrate her birthday on February 26.


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