Kris sa Pinoy: Mangarap nang bongga, kahit imposible dahil…
FOR more than a week ay walang post si Kris Aquino sa social media. Just recently, she explained why she was quiet sa nasabing platform.
Posting her first soap TV commercial, Kris explained, “It’s been 10 days or so that i purposely took a break from posting. i think by now you know me enough that i am the person who lives in the here & now, very rarely have i posted throwback pictures or videos-maybe because that’s been my source of resilience: i haven’t let my past define or confine me.
“But i’ve had time for myself, to just read, watch CNN & the US Open, sleep, go to Church, walk, eat in the favorite restaurants of my sons in what we consider our happy place.”
She added, “I personally edited this video (song is by @jedmadelaofficial from my Universal Records album My Life’s Journey)- thank you @paanipedro for finding footage from my 1st beauty soap endorsement from 30 years ago… it is part of my journey to becoming the woman i am today, so i’m embracing it.
“It was a dream come true when my mom finally allowed me to do these commercials, and i hope i’ll inspire the younger generation in college or entering the workforce… i am now a partner in the Philippine distribution of Snail White from Thailand. The story of how that came about i shall save for a future @livelifewithkris @iflix.ph streaming episode.
“Being where we are now & after countless viewings of Nike’s Just Do It 30th anniversary ‘Dream Crazy’ 2 minute ad, the messaging resonated so strongly w/ me: ‘because what nonbelievers fail to understand is that calling a dream crazy is not an insult, it’s a compliment.’
“I’ve always had big dreams, i kept believing & i kept working. And against all odds, i’m still here achieving them day by day…So please- DARE TO DREAM the biggest, craziest, most impossible ones. In God’s perfect timing, they do come true.”
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