Wednesday, March 18, 2020


As the real world is in a stillness and falls into silence, the virtual world has become too cramped, loud and in quandarry of thoughts, opinion, memes and information overload. While most were given the timeout from the stresses of the daily chores (e.g. work, school, business, etc.), we have turned to social media supposedly finding some panacea. Yet the escalating surge of personal grievances, blaming, outpouring of negativity, gossip, propaganda and political bickering that pervades its realm has deemed it too exasperating for anyone trying to find some solace and hope in this time of uncertainty.

It is comforting however that each has a choice on how to deal with this chaos. Anyone has the choice to filter unwanted posts and unfollow toxic people one finds annoying and offers no relief to the situation.

If the virus is a threat to the physical health, toxic people who are too suspicious, negative, partisan, the paranoid, cantankerous, the poseur, conceited know-it-all, the whinner and angry are potentially deadly to the soul.

While social distancing and home quarantine are the norms to mitigate the spread of the covid19, social media distancing and limiting digital interaction could also be exercise to sanitize our souls. Learning the art of ignoring or totally disassociating with toxic social linkages could actually be good for one's health.

As we take extra caution to guard our physical health, we be mindful as well to our  psychological and emotional well-being.

#enhancedcommunityquarantine #ECQ #covıd19 #globalplague #socialdistancing #homequarantine

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

The most useful and effective art works are those that provoke. - Dan Quetulio Brizuela

Friday, January 17, 2020

I would rather tell a story than preach. - Dan Quetulio Brizuela

Friday, November 1, 2019

The remnants of those who deeply touched us remains long after they passed us by. Whatever impression they left holds a lasting lesson for the rest of our lives. 
- Dan Quetulio Brizuela #randomthoughts #allsoulsday #reflections #meditation #remembranceday #dearlydeparted #memorialday #danquotes #quotation #allsoulsday2019

Saturday, September 7, 2019

"Huwag hamakin ang anumang bagay na nakamit ng tapat at pinaghirapan. Higit ang halaga ng alinman na ito kaysa sa mga bagay na natamo ng walang kaakibat na pagpupunyagi." - Dan Quetulio Brizuela #GabayBuhay #Karunungan #DanQuotes #RandonThoughts

Saturday, July 20, 2019

I prefer to subscribe in the genuiness and sincerity of others than be constantly suspicious. Here I find rest in my relations. - Dan Quetulio Brizuela #RandomThoughts

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Despite a censorious world, choose to live without malice. - Dan Quetulio Brizuela #RandomThoughts #Wordstoliveby #DanQoutes