Maybe it’s because I worked with a couple of advertising agencies in the past that’s why I always pay attention to advertisements especially on TV and now on YouTube.
Now, these two advertisements of Coca-Cola really caught my attention and yes, touched my heart.
I have to give it to Coca-Cola for coming up with initiatives that help bring about positive change and give happiness to others. Through these advertisements, I am reminded how help is available out there and that wishes and dreams that may seem impossible do come true 🙂
Coca-Cola Wish Booth (Wish Upon a Coke)
Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project (OFW-Overseas Filipino Worker)
Ever wonder if you can still start or try something new even when your age moves beyond 25 years old?
When one turns 25, one can face the quarter-life crisis. And when one reaches 35-39 years old, one can come face to face with mid-life crisis. This is when a person will begin considering that by this time (age) one should have gained major achievements in life. One might then start thinking that as one has come to this age or has even passed it, one can no longer start or try something new. But history, thankfully, tells us otherwise 🙂
Check out the infographic below and let it remind and inspire you that indeed it is never too late 🙂
While this video was uploaded a few years back, there’s no mistaking that it inspires us all to think outside the box. This is especially true when we run out of resources, ideas and even hope.
Just because a group of young teens could not find enough piece of land to play and practise a sport they love (football) did not mean they would just give up. These young teens from Thailand show us not only that we can all make a difference but that even what is impossible can be made possible 🙂 Watch and be inspired 🙂
There are stories that deserve retelling simply because they inspire us and they lift us out of our limited understanding and view of things.
These stories allow us to see the simplicity of obedience and faith and yes, the reality of miracles and God’s love. The story of Jeff Markin and how a cardiologist responded even as Jeff was already pronounced dead is one such story. Watch and be inspired 🙂