#Covid19 Makati Locked Down Day 8

Greetings from the Philippines,

My name is Magsi Rover, creative writer, author and sales representative for an international company. I won’t be able to state what account I am in, but I am able to share to you what I do. We reconnect cable tv services, and to be, I think this may not reflect as important to most people who would hear the nature of our business. However, to those who would understand the importance of our job as of the moment, I want to thank all of the people who have been with me and kept our operations going.

Right now, we are the one of the few services that are able to keep the sanity of our fellow- country men living in the united states and as well as their people.

I am one of the few frontliners of our account, who is doing our best to keep the business afloat. Although it has been a hazard and risk, it has its own merits to be able to work in this set-up. While the rest of society and some employee’s may have complained about how the company has handled the situation. I just wanted to voice out that perhaps, it is time to thank our companies that were indeed at the very least able to adhere to the best of their abilities.

In this trying times, we should be grateful that we are fortunate enough that we have a company to complain to. I mean, while the rest of the world, and our fellow citizen await for support and help from the government. I wonder if has anyone of you thought about the number of people waiting for their response, support and updates?

if our operations were affected, don’t you thin their’s has been too? not everyone has the same level of love for their jobs and the country.

whether it is the Philippines or not. I think it is a time for all of us to work together, understand better, and while it is disappointing to hear that people with power and resource are able to grab special privilidges. I can’t help but think that it also has its own merits.

If they are not healthy, how will they be able to support the rest of the nation?

I am not speaking my mind out of selfish views. It’s me expressing my views, trying to grasp the things that is currently happening at the moment.

right now. until this whole pandemic is over, I would like to request everyone to join the fight by staying in doors. reflect your opinions without prejudice, and focus on adapting.

We will settle the score and the problems that we all have in our countries, once all of this chaos is over.

I urge you all to write in your journals.

I know how modern the times have become, however, I truly do not think it would be a wise decision to just merely post it online.

as of the moment, if it is power we are in battle with, they have the capability to erase our comments, null out our voices and may thrive in our fear of contacting the disease. we may lose sight of what is important.

so please, write down your experiences and observation.

and if you wish to share snippets of your ideas and stories on facebook or on any social media account. I urge you to use this hash tag: #WritingInQuarantine #QuarantineDay(number of day) #QuarantineObservation #People #Government

this way, we would be able to locate and see the changes the world is going through while this whole ordeal is happening.

in the meantime, I would like to apologize for voicing out my opinion only now. It took me a week and a half to wrap my head about what’s been going on and adjust to what I must do.

and now that I have grasp it, I’ve realize what is truly important.

our LIVES and the TRUTH that needs to be shared to all of us.

Adding this info too:

If you’re wondering how to do it, here’s a sample you can try.

Example: Hi Guys! My name is (insert name here) and to all of my friends right now. Our family is doing well, no one is sick, but we’re going a bit crazy. catching cabin fever, probably boredom. The local barangay just brought in our ration of food, so far its been peaceful. How about all of you? #WritingInQuarantine #QuarantineDay8 #QuarantineObservation #People #Government

more updates coming soon.