Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Lessons from Nature This Time from Abalos

Jun Lozada, the probinsiyanong Intsik, once said that he learned a lesson to moderate his inner greed when he was still the head of a government forestry corporation. He saw farmers harvesting guava but then they left one guava tree untouched. Why didn't you harvest the guava from that tree, Lozada, an electronics engineer, asked the farmers. "That is for the birds," the farmer said and from that day on, Lozada became a probinsiyanong Intsik out to moderate the greed of the Aquino government. Ben Abalos, the bete noire of J-Lo, also said that he learned something from nature. One day while playing golf (which is all he does practically), he lost his ball in the nearby wilderness. While looking for it, he saw a creature which fascinated him. This creature was sucking blood on the leg of his caddy. He told the caddy not to move as he watched this creature having its fill and still kept on sucking. Abalos had an epiphany and from then on, he decided to learn from the leech. So much that when he became the Comelec chief, his favorite point man is named Lintang Bedol. Linta, if you don't know it, is the native name of leech. Part of the P200 million libel case (that meant Abalos easily shelled out P2 million just to file it) against Lozada was that J-Lo came ahead with his nature story before him.

Your wetness, Mr. Apostol


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