one courteous Juan











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  1. that is very touching Zen, did not know some would still leave their sandals when coming into the emergency room, hope he gets better. we all support each other in this world, without them, we would have limited supply of foods to eat.

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  2. reminds me of myself - an entirely different scenario: in florida, i didn't know i enetered the car leaving my slippers on the ground. we came back to nc, i was barefoot, hahahaha! happened again a month ago. we went to a lake here in nc and i left on of my slippers on the ground unknowingly. by the time we got home, i tossed the remaining slipper to the trash. alzheimer's? hahahaha! but, hats off to your juan, whatever his purpose...thank you for this, zen!

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  3. such humility deeply touched me, kulasa!for in the heart of this man lies innocence pure and touching!

    mabuhay ka juan. may we have more of you to look up to!

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  4. that is very rare now Zen, people nowadays don't know anymore the value of humbleness and politeness, such a beautiful way of reminding us the value of it... thanks Zen for this.

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  5. ang pagpakumbaba ay totoong bihira nang makikita lalung-lalo na sa makabagong pamayanan. mahirap para sa mga nasa matataas na katayuan ang bumaba sa kanilang antas.

    sa mga kanayunang masasabing malayo sa kabihasnan, marami pa ito.

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