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Boxer to Senator: Pacquiao’s Faithful Legacy

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
It is evident that many people don’t quite understand Manny Paquiao’s goal of getting a higher position in the public office for public service when he is already blessed with so much money from the boxing arena. He is running for senator in the upcoming 2016 election.

His intentions or like other people say; ambition can be very confusing to those individuals whose aim in life is to just make more money. On the other hand, it can be very clear to those people who understand the purpose of their life better and to those who are happy to help others. It cannot be denied that true happiness can be felt when making a difference in the life of the less fortunate.

Qualification wise with experience, education, attitude and status, Manny Pacquiao is very qualified to serve as senator. It can only be questionable to some of his closest kin, friends or fellow Filipinos knowing his humble beginning – that he can achieve as high as he want to be status wise in service to the people with the divine guidance from above. They probably have to practice their faith to be as blessed as Manny. From boxer to senator, why not?

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Manny now ready to Concentrate on Public Service

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Indeed, there’s always time for everything. Manny Pacquiao’s retirement from boxing is just very timely after beating Timothy Bradley during their latest match recently. It might not be as exciting as when he fought with the so-called Pretty Boy but it’s still 20 million dollars into his already fat pocket.

Many did questioned his decisions to go on fighting and serve as congressman at the same time – then run as senator. Little do they know that Manny is guided by his faith. Let’s get real here. He would need money to support his quest in giving better lives to his countrymen.

In God’s perfect time, it will also be revealed why he is running under UNA with V.P. Binay.

Source:  http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/apr/10/manny-pacquiao-twice-floors-timothy-bradley-in-unanimous-decision-win