Do I dare say that I am fearless? Well, first and foremost let’s look at the meaning of the word fear. According to the dictionary, fear is to be afraid and worried. As a mom and as a woman, I did feel afraid and worried about a lot of things — trying out new things, giving up an old job, and losing a loved one. But I have learned to accept and conquer my fears — and I think that makes me fearless.
I learned how to drive, I gave up my old job to be a work at home mom, and I have learned to accept the fact that our loved ones do reunite with our creator. All of this because I am surrounded by friends and relatives who are also quite fearless and inspiring.
100 Fearless Filipinas at the Wash Your Fear Summit
It was both surprising and exciting to be chosen as one of the 100 Fearless Filipinas to attend the Ariel Wash Your Fears Summit.