After Lacson and his wife chose to stay in the Philippines When he published a page book titled 12 Little Things Every. A booklet authored by Alexander Ledesma Lacson entitled “Twelve (12) Little Things Every Filipino Can Do To Help Our Country”, has been. The 12 Little Things We Can Do For Our Country. August 9, at AM. 1st: Follow by Alexander L. Lacson. 91 Likes33 Comments69 Shares · Share.

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Labindalawang 12 maliliit na bagay para makatulong ang bawat Pilipino maging maunlad ang ating bansa. This book is all about human decency, about respecting other people and the environment and expecting to be respected in return. I don’t have anything against cliches.

12 Little Things Every Filipino Can Do

Alex had his little volume pages published earlier this year by the Alay Pinoy Publishing House in Quezon City, and it had sold out in its first printing within three weeks. It is located in the middle of shanties and there is llittle very small carpark and when you attend mass, you have to go out once in a while to check if you still have your side mirrors or all the four wheels are still there.

But whether they will be bad rulers or good leaders will depend largely on how we raise them today. Speaker, Author, Lawyer, Father”. I am a proud kababayan of Alex Lacson. Every Filipino should read this book. The country would improve, Pia and Alex finally understood, if they and every other Filipino did something about it. Learn how your comment data is processed.


If it was No, they would leave and relocate abroad while they were still young and energetic. His wife, Pia Pena — it turned out even more amazingly lacsson is the daughter of an old friend, Teddy Pena from Palawan!

Mag-iwan ng mensahe Cancel reply Enter your comment here So surprise you with his tthings and generosity.

It asks me to trust lacso government but at the state our government is lacsom now left and right corruptionit’s kind of hard to do that. I think it would be more moving if it was written in Filipino. Dec 21, Mikaela rated it really liked it Shelves: It is the birthplace of our race. It was on the car seat beside him, and I picked it up. By they changed the culture and the face of New York. Since we can’t change the past, we should focus on the present and future by starting to mend the problems the past caused.

This site uses cookies. Quoting Late President JFK, ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. Feb 28, Kenta. So, those who reviewed this book especially those who said they don’t like this preachy, in English, simple language, etcare you following these 12 little things? This means that Mr.

12 Little Things Every Filipino Can Do to Help Our Country

It served as tihngs real eye opener for me. Every man desires to be values and honored. Instead, he founded the Kabayanihan Foundation to promote patriotism and good citizenship. Somehow, when faith in the Filipino wavers, a Filipino comes along to restore your faith. But during that period, aroundserious crimes and murders were committed yearly in that city.


Meeting someone like Alex Lacson was the real miracle. InLacson and his siblings learned that they had a half-brother: That was easier cascaded. No trivia or quizzes yet. It is class and elegance and kindness.

It could be used by the others abroad who are looking for improvements for their society. In short, credibility is what makes people follow the leader.

But no, that’s not the case. Lacson with all my heart for writing this book.

Sep 29, Jana Siratranont rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. A very inspiring book. Not even everyone can get a hold of this book. Every family who can afford, should adopt one poor child as a scholar.

Proud to be Pinoy! Adopt a scholar or a poor child. This little yellow book, published by a Filipino trying to change the country and being fan of Malcolm Gladwell, approach readers into reality and how powerful a little things can change the country.

This is a must-have for every Filipino Sometimes, you will even feel that Lacson was just stating the obvious.

Be a good parent.