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I am a mother for twenty years of my life to five wonderful children that I dearly love. Three of whom are not physically with me driven by economy and a painful and ugly separation/annulment (there is no divorce in the Philippines).
It is my prayer and hope that all my children will be with me in one roof, though i could never make up for lost time I wish that we could mend the pieces of our lives together as we forgive and never forget the struggles we have all been through.
As an immigrant, my travel through this very hard life as I speak for migrant women who are trying so hard to make it out there for their families, their children or their community--- this road is not easy.
Working in a foreign land often break families apart, loved ones are left estranged, ones sanity is being tested all the time and a lake full of tears shed every single night. Faith and fortitude is the key. I praise all women who went through, who are living this life today and who wish to sacrifice ones own comfort for her children and family to live a life apart from their homeland and those they hold very dear to their hearts.
PAPURI SA LAHAT NG KABABAIHAN! ( Praise to all women)