Good Vibes : You Learn From What You See

Assalamualaikum.

Today, I want to share something that maybe can change your personality (if you take it seriously). I love watching drama that comes in series even the episodes are to many to mention. I just love watching it both on TV or straight away streaming from the internet. I like to see how the story expands from the beginning to the climax. Its just like you have to be extra patient throughout the story. Moreover, you can watch it like one day one episode. As a student, I used this as a reward for myself after a long and tiring day — Relax Time & Free Your Mind.

That’s why I want to share or maybe recommend to you readers to watch this.

 

It is a Philippine drama. Some of my friends think that it is lame to watch such drama especially in Philippine. It do sounds lame but wait till you watch it. Starting from last year, it becomes one of my favourite drama until now. It has so many episodes which begins from 2012 and has not come to the end yet.

Why I love this drama ?

  • The main point is about family. Teach how to appreciate and caring about your family. Teach how to be a good parents and children.
  • No antagonist — I mean like AT ALL. Seriously. The first drama I watch which does not have any bad characters and so you know what does it mean? Yeah. No typical-wicked plus evil scene like other dramas.
  • Courage and passion. The main character also the heroin plays a role as a very simple girl who is very positive and never lose any hope to achieve her dream. (I wish I can be talkative like her).
  • Respect.
  • Determination.
  • Confident.

There others moral values from this wonderful drama. Its really spreading good vibes towards me. Maybe I can be more positive and passionate after this. Here I put the synopsis as a frame so you can imagine what this drama all about.

SYNOPSIS

A simple girl, Maya dela Rosa (Jodi Sta. Maria), her older sister, Cristina Rose, and Cristina’s son are introduced as tour guides in their hometown of San Nicolas, with their mother runs a souvenir shop. Money is often less than the living expenses and household repairs. Cristina Rose hopes to work at sea, while Maya dreams of becoming a flight stewardess. One rainy night, after an attempt to fix the roof, Cristina breaks her leg and is thus unable to complete her schooling to become a seafarer. With a large medical bill, Maya deems it necessary to work overseas for two years to help her family. Upon arrival in Manila, Maya discovers that the woman who had offered work overseas had swindled her. Maya is stuck in Manila with no money or place to go. Relentless, Maya allows no one to stop her, not even the handsome, wealthy widower Richard Lim (Richard Yap), who reminds her of her shortcomings.

Ironically, Richard is her last hope because of his influence in the airline industry. He offers Maya to become his youngest daughter’s (who has selective mutism) temporary nanny in exchange for his help. Maya agrees to become a maid and nanny in his household. Upon entering the Lim home, she finds herself involved in the private lives of Richard and his three problematic children: Luke (Jerome Ponce), Nikki (Janella Salvador) and Abby (Mutya Orquia).

Maya realizes that since Richard’s wife died, the family’s joy died with her; hence their problems. Maya is tasked to bridge Richard to his children and eventually she succeeds in rebuilding the family. However, in repairing their broken hearts, Maya encounters bigger challenges that test her determination and, more importantly, her heart. While fulfilling her obligation, she falls in love with the Lim children and, admittedly, with Richard.

Straight away from Wikipedia. Lulz 😛

Toodles.

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