Generational Equity

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If I am not an Engineer … I am sure I am a social worker . My love for community outreach started when my father took office as Barangay Chairman in one of the urban barangays in our city. He hold the position for 8 years until he died. My Dad was not the traditional politician . No! He’s is not hunger of power nor of fame but he was the servant of the masses. For his constituents and vow of service , he extended whatever help he can to improve our community . He was awarded the Best Barangay Chairman among 80 barangays in our city in 1981 .

This kind of public service captured my heart . In 1983, I ran as “ Sangguniang Kabataan Chairman” and won. By God’s grace and guidance, I revolutionalized the youth in our district . The generational equity was distributed well . Projects and programs for adults, youth and children were undertaken equally. I should say, I finished my term at its best by God’s direction. I didn’t become a politician nor followed the footstep of my father but God has another plan for me. I received a higher calling I serve God through serving people. I am now a Church Minister’s wife.

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