Just alighted from a shinkansen ride from Osaka to Kyoto!
2. I did not long for material things. I was contented with what I have.
3. I made my life simple. I did not buy expensive things.
4. I shared my blessings to others. There are times even when I had none to share.
5. I chose a job which I really liked. I loved it, embraced it and had passion doing it.
6. I tried to make people happy by organizing outreach projects back then.
7. I did not plan. I worked, did my job the best possible way.
8. I lived my life to the fullest and was thankful for everyday.
9. I tried not to cause problem to others. I believe in Karma.
10. Finally, I prayed. Made my faith stronger everyday.
Me: (perplexed! What in the world is this guy saying!?)🤔
Guy: (still speaking)
Guy: Ahhh not Japanese?? 😳
Me: (nodding my head) check-in
Guy: (now I think he is speaking Korean)
Me: check-in Kudasai (please)
Guy: Not Korean??
Guy: Gomennasai.. gomennasai... Piripins!!
Me: (I looked at the guy and waited for a while if he can speak Filipino...)
Guy: passport pls?
Me: (bibilib na sana ako kung nagTagalog eh)
It felt really good! Wow! How I wish could see that someday!
2. They do not talk much (lalo na sa trains or buses)
3. Hindi sila approachable but once you ask them for help, they will help you.
4. Committed sa work
5. They value their work
6. They patiently line up when in the train station or restos
7. They do not normally smile
8. They love to bow (sign of respect)
9. They are very clean and tidy sa environment nila
10. Even old people still work. Workaholic
11. They value nature
12. They are very formal
13. They are very respectful
14. They are very honest
15. Living with them makes you feel very safe
16. They are very patient
17. They are very polite
18. They are courteous
19. Sila na ata pinakamabait na lahi na na-meet ko
How to Travel Alone in Japan in 13 Days? http://junvillegas.blogspot.com/2017/05/how-to-travel-in-japan-in-13-days.html
The Shinkansen Ride http://junvillegas.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-jr-pass-and-its-amenities-to.html