Why am I always happy (HAPI)


Happiness is contagious, a disease without a cure.

It comes from within, you do not need anyone to make you happy.

I will be happy and HAPI, just the right combination for my purpose in life.

I do not plan just to exist. I want to live a life full of happiness and HAPI-ness.

Besides, happiness is good for my health.

I never lose, EITHER I WIN or I learn


My experiences in my advocacy seem like a roller coaster ride.

I have met a lot of unscrupulous atheists in my first advocacy.  All they want from me was money. They do not even know how to apologize for publicly shaming me, or secretly bad mouthing me. I am now convinced that some atheists are pathological liars and sociopaths. What I cannot understand is that, they are mostly LGBTs. I cannot fathom the significance of sexuality having to do with their evil deeds. But, I know that some of them are really bad people using their talents in nefarious ways.

My loss in the recent experience was never money. It was the betrayal that pained me. It was the expectation of  someone supporting someone to make him be successful in life and “integrity” that he has destroyed for himself. I am sad for him.

However, life has to continue.

I only lost money, they  lost their integrity. At  least  3 of them.

I never lose, either I win  or I learn. I am HAPI.


I am vindicated

The time has come when I need to slow down, gotta hang that coat and hat for sure,  but not really.

Still a webmaster, I learned it the hard way. To guard the most important work that we do.

While some societies are dying due to lack of leadership and funding, HAPI is expanding like wildfire in the Philippines.

Sure, we weed out the parasites who only come for money. Stop them on their tracks before it blows over.

A few will be terminated, thanks to the new trusted core. Most will stay because they have integrity.

Alas, for now, only one person was worse of the worst.

Be careful out there, he is still on the loose.


I am a committed philanthropist to HAPI.


Since November 2010, I have been promoting critical thinking on social media. Unfortunately, found some people who are just good at lying and spreading rumors about me, even attacking my family.

I continued, anyway. I spent my own personal funds on these advocacies just to make them work. They were grassroots movement and very unique, so much so that, they were very  difficult to get off the ground.

I am quite fortunate to have a great job in the USA with great remuneration, thereby, helping me achieve my goals even without help from donors.

Kindness begets kindness, donors who saw what  I started began to trickle, but not much to sustain my cause. I remain the biggest donor of the societies I  founded even until now.

I am a committed philanthropist to HAPI.