We lost.

I failed.



Blogger crookshanks said...

You didn't fail, kuya...
You turned us into a choir that actually had a chance. You trained us to actually sound good. You gave us the tools that eventually led to the reason why we spent the first few seconds after the performance whooping and clapping. unmindful of the results.
Those moments, we didn't really care about who won or who lost, did we? It was the feeling of having accomplished something that counted.
If you weren't there, we wouldn't have experienced that at all. We would have been a dejected troop of students just singing to get it over with. But we weren't, and you are one of the reasons why. I wouldn't call that failing, kuya.

11/18/2006 12:28:00 PM  

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