Haha moral ambiguity gray :)))
void of existential anguish black =))))
Tumblr Tuesday: Typhoon Haiyan Relief Edition
Direct from the Office of the President of the Philippines.
Inspiring, enlightening updates from UNICEF’s humanitarian efforts around the world. Donations given now help supply health kits, hygiene kits, and clean water to affected Filipino communities.
A look inside the lives of Filipino children currently living in evacuation zones. Citizens of Great Britain can donate £5 by texting DONATE to 70066.
Doctors Without Borders
Documenting their pursuit of a better cure for TB as well as their emergency responses to natural disasters. Cargo teams are currently prepping supplies to be sent to the Philippines, just one of the 60 countries Doctors Without Borders aids every year.
In Other News
Comprehensive but digestible daily round ups of what’s happening around the world. Stay updated on the most recent news from the Philippines, ways to help, and places to donate money to typhoon survivors.
For more ways to help our friends in the Philippines, look here.
HERE YOU GO EVERYONE! THE OFFICIAL “IYONG” MUSIC VIDEO DIRECTED BY MR. RAMON DE VEYRA. ENJOY!!! AND PLEASE SPREAD THE LOVE!!!
MANY THANKS TO: Ramon De Veyra, Adi Lopez, Mihk Vergara, Mycko David, Maui Mauricio, Edric Dela Rosa, Ysab Yuson, Jesson Yap, Neva Talladen, Nick Lazaro, Russ Davis, Marc Inting, Edwina Salang, Erwin, Elyoo and Tara, JP Balboa and Kuya Mads of Route 196 and Wide Eyed Records Manila. Wooohoooo!
Dear Virgilio Villoresi,
This video is beautiful and moving… It’s the highest compliment to know my song inspired something as deep as this.
Dear everyone else,
Watch this. Everything was filmed live action. Brilliant.
A week out is too close not to share part of my new song with you.
Single hits iTunes next Tuesday…
New record this Summer… Not a Born and Raised “plus”… A new group of songs to bring the whole thing up to date with Summer 2013. I have that hunger that always precedes something meaningful. See you all soon. And thanks for the warm welcome back to the stage. Getting back on it a little at a time.