Forwarded text messages, anyone?
When i first had a cellphone, each text costs P1.00 and every call costs P6.50, even if the call lasted for only a few seconds. Now, people can now subscribe to unlimited texting and, viola, spend the day chatting thru text or forwarding messages to their friends, textmates and families.
Although texting is not advantageous at all times, (like when unscrupulous individuals commit text scams or send unsolicited ads) receiving text messages from friends and families can be really heartwarming especially when these texts contain inspirational thoughts and messages.
Let me share some of them with you:
"One great thing in life is finding someone who knows all of your mistakes and imperfections, yet, still find you absolutely amazing." - CJ Villavert sent on 07/05/08
"Every sacrifice has a fruitful reward; every failure has a second chance. We only have to be strong by God's grace, to persevere in the tests of life." - A Vargas sent on 09/09/08
"I love mornings! It makes me think of the value of life. It asks me to live not on yesterday's sorrows nor tomorrow's dreams but on today's blessings." - Plang sent on 06/01/08
"Be grateful that you don't have everything you want. That means you have the opportunity to be happier tomorrow than you are today." - KJ Lago sent on 5/27/08
"Sweet words are easy to say; nice things are easy to buy; but good people are difficult to find. Life ends when you stop dreaming; hope ends when you stop believing; love ends when you stop crying; friendship ends when you stop sharing. To love without condition... To talk without intention... to give without reason... and to care without expectation." - M Legaspi sent on 06/01/08
"The worst regret we can have in life is not for the wrong things we did but for the right things we could have done but we never did." - KJ Lago sent on 05/26/08
"Do not accept failure no matter how often it visits you. Keep on going, never give up and don't quit." - A Militante sent on 05/25/08
"In the chase between the Cat and the Mouse, the Mouse mostly wins. Because the Cat is running for its food and the mouse for its life. Purpose is more important than need." - CR Abrary sent on 05/23/08