REMEMBERING THE “PEOPLE’S PRINCESS”

Remembering Diana, the mother of  Princes William and Harry is one of the joyous moment every August.

She’s a jewel, one of a kind, that we lost so soon.

People all over the world, not just in England, pay tribute endlessly. The love and adulation from the public is unbelievable and one that I am proud to take part and continue.

Elton John’s newest rendition of ” Candle in the Wind” suits her fate perfectly.

0000302395GettyImageProxyCAYG05ADShe was never perfect, yet with gentle true human heart that had touched so many people’s heart.

She was herself troubled, yet reached out in her own best possible way to touched the lonely marginalized people in our soceity.

Behind the celebrated fashion trendsetter she was, she humbled herself down for the poor,needy human being whom she felt a connection with.

I had always admire her beauty, inner and outer.

She’s a beautiful person, a mother, a woman.

People from all walks of life was able to relate to her, young and old, men and women….her death solidified the truth that after all, she really was the “People’s Princess”.GettyImageProxyCA4D1C67

 

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In her untimely death, she left with us two beautiful people, that will forever make us remember her in many ways.

 

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. pinkdiaries
    Sep 04, 2009 @ 16:19:21

    kahit sinu din sigurong girl idol si princess diana..

    padaan daan lang po..

  2. Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD
    Aug 31, 2009 @ 14:59:47

    wow…amazing…

    naalala ko gumawa pa ako ng tula for lady diana before….

    asan ka kaya ang tula ko na yon…?

  3. dFish
    Aug 30, 2009 @ 07:46:00

    Wow, you remember her. I recall how I was glued to her memorial service the whole day. She started to implement her vision of working for world peace only to be sabotaged by a messy family life. The 2 young men, well, they are still young. Hopefully, they grow in awareness of the kind of influence they have to make little changes in the world…

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