How to Really Know Someone Vol. 03

November 11, 2015

On to the third volume of my How to Really Know Someone series! I know I told you guys that I’ll be making this a monthly thing but October was a pretty hectic month what with all my deadlines for some posts and things I felt that were more important than answering the questions. But here are my answers to questions 11-15 to make up for October! 🙂

  1. If you could paint a picture of any scenery you’ve seen before, what would you paint? If I could paint, I would be painting nonstop. But first would have to be the Mayon Volcano. No questions asked about that.
  2. In the case of prevention of overpopulation, should some people be prohibited from reproducing? I don’t think so. I remember a certain class while we were in grade school. I was grade 6 back then and our Social Studies teacher asked us why the Philippines claims to be overpopulated when in fact it is not. Since then, my eyes were opened that the government declares this because this means more money, more budget for “projects” and whatever proposals they have. So I don’t really think that prohibiting women from reproducing would be the answer. The right people need to make a stand and create more programs and projects that will help in preventing said issue.
  3. You discover that because of a mix-up at the hospital, your wonderful one-year-old child is not yours. Would you want to exchange the child to try to correct the mistake? Yes, without a doubt, I would.
  4. Have you ever seen a person, an animal, or something else die? How did you feel about it? In movies and TV shows, but in person I haven’t (well, except of course when I kill cockroaches and baby snakes). I do not want to see anyone close me die though.
  5. What is the most drastic thing you’ve done? A LOT. I made a lot of big steps in my life that if I were to name them all, would make this post really, really long. But I have to specify leaving my hometown (Legazpi) and deciding to live here in Manila. That was a really huge step for me to take because not only did it entail more risks but me forcing myself out of my comfort zone for a possible career here in the Metro. I don’t regret anything though, and I only have the Lord to thank for that.

If you missed the first two, here’s a link for Vol. 01 and Vol. 02.


Like the last time, I would really appreciate it if you get to answer the questions below! 🙂

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Richel V. November 12, 2015 at 1:06 pm

    I like these kinds of posts. We have the same answer for number 13, Rej. 🙂
    -If you could paint a picture of any scenery you’ve seen before, what would you paint? I would be painting the sky. Sunrise, sunset, day, night. I like them all. I like the colors in the sky so much. It calms me.
    -In the case of prevention of overpopulation, should some people be prohibited from reproducing? I don’t believe in totally prohibiting someone from reproducing. However, I don’t disagree with one-two child policy. I think that would help on overpopulation.
    -Have you ever seen a person, an animal, or something else die? How did you feel about it? I had to watch my aunt go through cancer. I watched my family go through that. It’s something that I would never want to see/experience again. I know it’s impossible but it’s also like watching a part of my remaining living family members die as well so I’m hoping it won’t happen again in a very long time.
    -What is the most drastic thing you’ve done? I come up blank with this question for a while. I guess my answer is that I only applied to one college with no back-up whatsoever. Looking back, I guess that was pretty stupid but it all worked out well in the end.

    • Reply Rej Relova November 12, 2015 at 3:18 pm

      RICHEL!!! Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions!!! Glad to know more about how you think 🙂

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