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  1. Robin
    Robin June 3, 2013 at 8:32 pm |

    very interesting

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  2. Jesamine Totanes
    Jesamine Totanes June 4, 2013 at 9:02 am |

    Very Helpful article. I did this laSt year and it help myself In fighting the depression.

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  3. Ana Angelica Abaya van doorn
    Ana Angelica Abaya van doorn June 4, 2013 at 10:09 am |

    THANK YOU ROBIN AND JESAMINE AND FOR ALL WHO SHARED AND READ THIS BLOG/ARTICLE. FOR PARENTS (IN PHILS. OR IN ABROAD) WITH HOPEFUL STUDENTS/CHILDREN WHO ARE ON LOOK OUT FOR INTERNATIONAL JOB AND WITH AN INTEREST ON AVIATION FIELD… APART FROM BECOMING PILOTS/ CO-PILOTS OR STEWARD/STEWARDESS, YOU COULD AIM TO STUDY FOR GROUND HANDLERS, AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE, FLIGHT DISPATCHER JOB, AIR ROUTING, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL JOB – THEY SHALL OPEN A NEVER ENDING DAILY EXPERIENCES THAT REQUIRE PRECISION AND CONCENTRATION AND A JOB THAT OPENS UP FOR INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES.

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  4. Sheila laurel
    Sheila laurel July 9, 2013 at 11:38 am |

    I have read very little about you… yet i admire you already! thanks for being an inspiration

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    1. Ana Angelica Abaya van doorn
      Ana Angelica Abaya van doorn July 9, 2013 at 7:54 pm |

      Dear Ms. Sheila Laurel,

      I’m happy to hear from you and for being an inspiration, that’s what fires me to write more, e.g. to inspire others. I’m also motivated to share more and I’m grateful on your comment and sharing of the ones who read the article. Wherever you are Sheila, make the best of your choices and moments and may you’ll be blessed with fulfillment in any of your endeavor.

      best regards,
      Angelica
      http://www.angelicahopes.com

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