While exhorting leaders of a youth organization to keep fighting for truth and justice in the country, Vice President Leni Robredo advised them to avoid getting stressed and overwhelmed by the political climate.
Robredo, who is facing an election recount case and has at times spoken against policies of the Duterte administration, compared a political struggle to a marathon.
“Don’t be impatient. ‘Yung process is as valuable as the end. Kaya siguraduhin natin na sa lahat ng ginagawa natin, maayos ‘yung pagkagawa, chill lang parati. Kasi kapag inubos natin ang energy natin, mahaba pa ang laban,” Robredo told leaders of the group Millennials PH Saturday.
“Pero sa pagiging chill, hindi natin papayagan na ina-manhandle ang ating karapatan.”
Robredo at a session
Robredo talked at a session of the gathering’s national summit held at the Vice President’s office in Quezon City.
She said the adolescent ought to gain from the past to abstain from rehashing its oversights, an exercise she conceded helped all her quiet also.
“Ang pinaka-No. 1 exercise ever — hindi tumatagal ang kasamaan, na parating at last ang nagti-triumph, kabutihan,” Robredo said.
“Kaya siguro hindi ako masyado nase-stretch, kasi alam ko kung ano ang normal law. Parating mangyayari ‘yung dapat mangyari.”
“Sa individual na buhay, sa buhay natin as pioneers, as warriors for our nation, ‘yun ang parating dala-dala natin. Kahit annoy iisa ka na lang pero nasa tama ka, ikaw dad rin ‘yung mananaig sa kahuli-hulihan.”
At first shaped to enable battle to counterfeit news in 2016, Millennials PH has since developed into a socio-city association with in excess of 2,000 individuals all through the nation.
The gathering has upheld Robredo, and additionally previous boss equity Maria Lourdes Sereno.
Robredo reminded the gathering’s pioneers, in any case, that their support ought not be on their identity battling for but rather for what.
Besides Iyong mga politiko na kagaya ko, lilipas lang kami. Pero ‘yung mas mahalaga ‘yung bansang iiwan natin. At ‘pag may nakikita tayong hindi tama, kailangan nating ituwid ito,” she said.
“Kailangan nating labanan, kasi hindi natin maa-manage the cost of na iiwan sa mga susunod sa atin ‘yung isang bayang sira, na iba ‘yung values.”
At the summit, individuals additionally talked about issues on human rights, sexual orientation, wellbeing, and instruction.
Hence among their session speakers were bloggers Jover Laurio and legal counselor Jesus Falcis.