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Turning points why I left the employee life

"You look carefree and easy now, huh!" someone described me. 
“Well, that’s how life should be, right?”, I replied.
When I started working in the year 2014, I hardly sleep and the maximum was 4 hours daily. 
I have compromised my health to cope with many things and to keep learning new things.
I used to prepare for my day job at 4 am, and need to catch a ride quickly so I can arrive 10 minutes before 5 am.
Commuting to work early in the morning was tolerable, but not the danger I have to deal with every day.
I remember when I got robbed while going to work. It was a nerve-wracking experience and was a fateful morning.
It took me roughly 3 hours to regain my senses. I was trembling and numb. I was shocked and feeling helpless. 

Oil spill victims received further assistance from Ayala Foundation and AC Energy

Ayala Foundation and AC Energy Philippines sent further assistance to the 308 households affected by oil spill in district of Lapuz, Iloilo City.
If we can remember, there was a devastating oil spill incident last July 3 where families were mandated to leave their homes. AC Energy Philippines stood responsible, never failed to take prompt actions and poured out support to the affected families.
Thursday, July 30, an aircraft carrying additional food packs and relief goods from AC Energy, Ayala Foundation, Ayala Coop, Rise Against Hunger, and Ayala Business Club landed in Iloilo for the oil spill victims. There were also boxes of face masks to be given away to the affected district.
The donated boxes were flown in by the Philippine Air Force. The Philippine Air Force, 52nd Air Force Group Reserve and TOG-6 helped disembarked all the said loads. 

There were also a total of 1,500 fortified meal packs turned over by AC Energy Philippines to the barangay for rapid distribution to the residents…