Frankie Pangilinan, may sweet letter para sa kanyang ama


NAG-POST kamakailan si Frankie Pangilinan, anak nina Sharon Cuneta at Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, ng isang liham para sa kanyang ama habang nag-aaral siya ng kolehiyo sa New York City.

Sa Twitter, sinimulan ng 19-yearold artist ang kanyang mensahe na pagsasabin­g naiisip nito ang kanyang ama.

“There is a picture in my mind of you in the sala, sipping your morning coffee over the paper with your folders and files stacked neatly somewhere nearby,”post ni Frankie.

At length, ibinahagi ng singer kung gaano siya ka-proud sa kanyang ama.

“As the days drag on and the numbness lingers, and the wordly shadows begin to settle in my still-fresh adult brain, I find there are less and less words to describe how wholly and completely proud I am of you,” anito.

Apparently, inamin ng singer na hindi niya ito madalas sabihin dahil sa kanyang misplaced anxieties.

“People are cruel, the world is beginning to suffocate, there are more days now when the bad seems to heavily outweigh the good – but if I have learned anything from you, it is the immovable foundation­s of principles and the strength and

motivation which stem from the fight for them,”saaad pa ni Frankie. Idolo rin ni Frankie ang ama sa hindi matawarang sigasig nito at pagsasakri­pisyo. “And while I wish the burden was lighter, I have learned immensely from your resilience and your continued dedication,”patuloy pa ni Frankie. “While to some it may appear futile,, to you, it has never been worthless. You represent such hope for Filipinos, even those who refuse to or cannot yet see it. You are brave and honest and true, every single bit of you.” Samantala, na-touched naman sa mensahe si Senator Kiko at nag-reply nang: “Believe it or not I am made stronger, braver, more determined despite all the difficulti­es. My only wish is that I could do a lot more to help make things right in the country and the world you are to inherit. I love you my kiklet (heart emojis),” tweet ng senador. “….and I do this for you and all other children because someone has to lookout for you and your future and that of all others . That’s what Parents ought to do, fight mightily for a better future for their children.”


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