I Have the Right: Freedom of the Press

     Freedom of the Press. As a man, I have the right on it. I have the right to live. I have the right to speak. I have the right to become silent.
     Recently, I have read a comment from my status. She wants me to stop posting my status and posted silly comments. She is a former student of Lussoc National High School named Irene Taguesa. My answer to this is, I have the right to post anything in the social network because I did not violate anything. I did not post something pornographic, something that could stir up the minds of my readers, something that could break the morality of an individual. My posts, my articles are not attacking any individual or any organization. I am just giving an updates about what is happening in the industry of film and television. It’s not all about how intelligent I am because I am not genius, smart nor brainy. I am not claiming myself as a geek. If you don’t like my posts, do not read. My posts are not for you; it’s for the people who could understand me, the people who appreciate me.
     I have made my blog not because of any other purposes. I have made my blog because I want to express my feelings about our nation today, about the government’s responsibility, about our responsibility, about the environment’s dying green colors, about our fading faith in God, about our vanishing love for our parents. I want to show the light against darkness (like what Jose Rizal said). I want to turn my dreams into a reality. I cannot speak to a large number of people but I can write so that I can show my thoughts.
     “A speaker’s words disappear as soon as they uttered; a writer’s words are captured on print and are preserved”, by Fortunato Gupit, Jr. (Elements of Public Speaking)

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