Information is Power: Yes to Reading!

by - April 28, 2015

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Did you know that aside from blogging, I have promised myself to engage myself with books? Yes, I admit that I am not fond of reading. In fact, In my whole existence in this world, I only read quite few number of books. ( well, that excludes of course textbooks). hahaha.

However, I suddenly realized that reading opens a lot of gates of information for its readers; and these informations can be used as a powerful tool by the person who has access to them.  Because of this realization, I knew I wanted to tool up myself with more information. It will also help me as an aspiring blogger to have fresh outlet of ideas which I can use as source of my blogging adventures in the future.

To start this new adventure of mine, three books of Bob Ong will accompany me this week.

Thanks Myra for lending me these!
Ang mga Kaibigan ni Mama Susan

ABNKKBSNPLA Ko 

MACARTHUR
Have you read thse Bob Ong's books? Can you share your ideas on these?

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10 comments

  1. I agree that reading is power. I also challenge myself to read at least 1 book per month. But so far, I just finished 1 book since January. lol. I'm not yet finished with the two books that I bought.

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  2. I love looking into book but I don't read it maybe becauase I get bored easily . But actually I finished reading my first book "The Aclhemist" just last year. :)

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  3. I remember I was so much into reading before but that changed a few years back. I am not really a book worm but every once in a while nalang talag ako nakakapagbasa.

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  4. It is really rewarding to read and it uplifts you. Good thing I was able to finish a few books this vacation. Know what? I sold all my Bob Ongs books when I finished college because I need money for job applications. I want to start collecting his works again.

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  5. I haven't read any Bob Ong books but I heard they're great. I am a novel kind of reader. I read hundreds of books!I started reading books in high school. When I started blogging again, I kind of neglected reading books but I'm back on track now, I'm now half through a novel and I am planning to buy more books to read. Good luck on your reading. :)

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  6. I have read a few of Bob Ong's books and they are good when you want a quick read. Now that I have more time, I can read more!

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  7. I haven't read any Bob Ong books too.. they look interesting I do a lot of reading too..have about 4-5 books to review on hand at the moment.

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  8. Daddy has those books too. I also want to read more especially now that I am teaching my son to read. I told him I will buy him books once he's good in reading. But I think I will but him soon para maencourage na sya lalo mag-aral magbasa.

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  9. Reading is a powerful way to grow our knowledge base and stay connected with others cultures, ideas, and valuable information. I love your list of nine.

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  10. I am always reading books. All my gadgets have a kindle app (and I also have a kindle din haha). try downloading the app :) you can also join goodreads where you can keep track of the books you read and engage with a community of bookworms ")

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