11/2/2013 1:31:42 PM
Alright, just as always what I've always telling you, I am may be a Catholic but I’m more of a spiritual guy. Yes, despite everything that I am more expressing about (of course, you will really have that kind of impression on me unless you meet in person).
However, enough of corny and heavy satirical jokes, exposes-about-society-and-mainstream’s-bullshits, and for now... let’s shy away from my favorite culture and literary choices. Let’s turn into the side of inspirational. Well, for now.
Look. I’ve been a fan of this Chinese guy named Chinkee Tan since that one fateful (rainy, in fact) Sunday morning in late 2011 (a rainy one, in fact – just random scanning my TV then). Chink + was his program, alongside Cristina Lazo (or known as Tetta News, in case you are a listener of 89.9 during the early 2000s).
I haven’t managed to get either of his first books yet (one which I remember, it was during Brewrats' epic episodes at then 99.5 RT). All I know is that I was seeking for Always Chink Positive book, a more spirit-lifting, prayerful thing to read. It’s like a life coach’s guide for you wherein 50 days, you’ll find the goodness in life – that is to have an optimistic perception in life, work harder and keeping your faith much stronger.
It also contained various “lighter-note” stories – whether it is fiction or based on several people’s life experiences, his philosophical CHINK+ quotes, and tips to help you make up your mind (reflection and prayer). Yes, this man got a lot of fruitful words to ponder on, something that you might saw in the likes of Bo Sanchez, Francis Kong, Anthony Pangilinan, or even Robert Kiyosaki.
Well, I don’t really have much to say. I decided not to take this post as a book review. I just want to feature this thing and express my appreciation. Period.
As much as I want to re-read this book again, (well, I just did) hopefully in the long run... I will learn to live with it again.
Nah, I’ll say... I will live with it again today. (Much positive statement, right?)
Just a few months ago, I personally met Chinkee Tan, and he signed the copy of my book.
Author: slickmaster | © 2013 september twenty-eight productions