When my husband's grandfather passed away, I really had to give everything I had. Instead of feeling worried though, I felt a sense of happiness. It was the kind of happiness that would set your spirit free, knowing in your heart that everything will be okay despite the fact that you don't know where else you will get funds to spend for your daily life. And that all you know is you were able to help in your own little way.
It was the kind of happiness you feel when you share a part of you with people you love.. and even with strangers. It was the kind of happiness that giving and sharing make you feel. It was happiness that didn't ask for anything in return. It was pure and real.
I was thankful. I am thankful. Who would have thought that just by looking into these kids' eyes, I would reach a certain degree of epiphany - realizing that it doesn't matter who you are and what you do but if you genuinely want to help, you will feel blissful and fulfilled.
Right now, I take part in giving by being involved in different communities that share the same passion as mine - blogging and photography. I share my knowledge about blogging to aspiring bloggers who might want to level-up by using blogging to promote social good in the community.
I also join local photowalks to share to the world about the place we live in. Doing tasks that don't pay me at all is what it takes to have that sense of bliss and happiness like no other. This is when I realize that I am part of a larger and grander scheme of things, that I have what it takes to contribute, share, and give back to the community I am in.
And of course you know that I document my life's adventures through my mobile phone and even though I have purchased a big girl camera, I still rely on my phone for quick, convenient, and beautiful snapshots to capture memories and bliss.
That's where HUAWEI P9 smartphone comes in and it will definitely change the way I see mobile photography.
Huawei P9 is co-engineered with Leica. It has dual lenses that produce high quality photos and allow users to take amazing monochrome, slo-mo, colored, and light painting photos among others.
Why would this phone change how I see mobile photography? For someone who advocates mobile photography, it is definitely a welcome change to what I've been used to using when taking snapshots. Here's a little infographic I created.
Mobile photography has never been this better. A quality and superb kind of smartphone like Huawei P9 that aims on making mobile photography better for beginners and veterans alike is a big feat.
There are so many beautiful adventures and people to capture in this lifetime, and it's amazing that we can now do that through a stylish and compact camera phone. What better way to capture bliss and happiness than through photos, right?