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Hindi inaasahan na matatangal ako sa SG (Pass renewal rejected), at ngayon na naka settle na ako ulet sa pinas, etoh lang masasabi ko. For all the obvious reasons why we choose to work in SG (money, safety, efficiency, government, public transport, etc) when I think about life holistically, and purpose of life, and your purpose of being in this world, meron din na man pang bato ang Pinas... these are some of the things i realised
1. Sa PH, di mo ma f-feel second class citizen ka. Sa work life, home life, social life....
2. You will uncover new depths of depression in SG that you never thought was possible. Sa pinas truly happy ka and you know it.
3. Sa SG.. you're always thinking money. money money money. savings. kase pag gumastos ka, parang isip mo palagi should i have saved that. coz if your'e not saving in SG ano purpose na pinunta mo dun.
4. Hard to envisage 'forever' in the long term sense sa SG. Unless you are PR or Citizen (which is practically so out of reach now), time is always short sighted for you never know when you'll eventually have to leave. Quality of life as a result isn't as 'abundant' as it should be.
5. You will feel yourself worth more sa Pinas. Daming jobs, you get multiple job offers. Sa SG para kang ewan ko parang you're never good enough. See #1.
6. Mas mabango at malinis ang mga kilikili ng mga lalaki ng mga pinoy. Mas masarap amuyin at himurin. So smorgasboard galore kung na sa pinas ka. Lalo na pag sumakay sa jeep dami gwapo na ka sando lang kita buhok ng kilikili nila.
7. Mas marami kang family/friends network support sa pinas. Palagi ka masaya,
8. You feel like you're living your true life sa pinas. I feel repressed sa SG, kahit na matagal ako dyan, parang di ko feel na sarili ko. Like it's some short fake temporary life I was living.
I'm still greatful though for my SG experience, and just wanted to write lang that there are also positives din when coming back to Pinas (coz it's the one thing i feared the most the entire time I was there, and now that it's happened.. well.. it's not so bad afterall din pala :-) )
Obviously na ka ipon ako which is why siguro happy ako sa life sa pinas (choose to live close to work,investments etc) so sa mga bagets dyan encourage ko pa rin kayo mag SG, pero make sure you save your hard earned money lang and be prepared for the emotional side and life adjustment...
MR JOHN REGISON TALUSAN / @SMDCRealEstate
You are hereby given until 20th August midnight to formally apologise to this group for insulting SG OFWs.
If we do not hear from you, I am going to call SMDC and Ayala myself on Monday morning 21st August to lodge a formal complaint against you. I will also lodge a complaint against you to both HLURB / PRC (if you have a broker's license, or the registered broker you're working under) as well as to the CEA in SG - you are reminded that foreigners selling overseas properties in SG are bound by the same ethical standards as those who sell properties locally.
How dare you insult me, OFWs in SG and call us prisoners of our own selves.