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It’s been two months today since that very tragic and traumatic flashflood hit our place and killed hundreds of lives and left hundreds of missing people. Even up to now, evacuees are still living in the covered courts and on the tents provided for them. As for my family, we haven’t really gone back to our house yet. We just go there during weekends to clean the house and all our stuff.
Though, a lot of material things were lost, we were and are still thankful that our family are all safe and alive. Seeing those wet and dirty clothes, books, refrigerators, desktop computers and its respective computer carts, DVD players and the like made me realize that material things are just temporary and it can be replaced anytime. Our lives are much more important than anything else.
It’s time to move forward and face the realities in life. Let’s stand up and start anew. We are still blessed to be able to survive from that unforgettable nightmare. So now, let’s all put a smile on our face and believe that everything’s gonna be alright and that there’s always a rainbow after the rain.
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As the world is getting more “wired” and everybody seems to be connected to the world wide web, there has been a greater need for tech jobs over the last decade. Employment- wise, this is the time where working for a boss on the other side of the world has become common, and working with workmates you have not seen has been made popular because of technology. Thanks to the wonders of video conferencing and email, these have been made possible. Nowadays, more and more people have hooked their businesses into the internet, catering to the international market. Both selling and shopping are done online, which proves to be very convenient and at most times, even less expensive. Businessmen invest more in building up their business sites rather than building or renting a building within the city. Traditional businesses have long been overtaken by online businesses. This is the reason why students now are being made computer literate at the youngest age possible. Otherwise, they could not cope with the growing demands of our “wired” world.
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