Alden Richards: Tuloy Pa Rin (Life Goes On)

Alden soulfully singing the song “Tuloy Pa Rin” recapped the entire AnseRa arc (as flashback

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played on the background) and yes it was not a happy ending after all but heartbreakingly tempered with life and love lessons for today’s generation. From where I sit, the entire plot was actually a roller coaster ride of emotions (as always) yet everything was done in a subtle and tasteful manner. Anselmo, Young Nidora, Mama Ariana Miley Zobeyala and Beyonce (Yaya Mot) did great live acting on television…. Kudos!

“Tuloy Pa Rin” is perhaps your (has to include Maine, too) story. I can only assume, your voice cracked a bit while singing but surprisingly you recovered and finished your song. To be honest, it was a rather melancholic yet reflective mood at a rather odd time of the day. Yes, Richard I shed a tear (again for nth time) watching you sing! It’s a somewhat significant song that tells a story of positivity and faith amidst life adversities. I’d say, it is a fitting song to express your present stature. I don’t know if it is just me, but it is probably just me…..

Sure Richard! Life has to go on…….. and I (we) can only guess it’s your song of love and life at the moment. The memories (good and bad) of your past will forever linger in your heart but there’s no turning back! The traces of yesterday you can leave behind. Man, you have to move on and face the challenges life has to offer you. You are 24 (and she’s turning 21)and there’s so much going for you…i say treat love with so much decency and respect – you will never go wrong. As I see it, you have gradually come out of your shell – more transparent and incredibly in love. Hey, please don’t dare rebuff my claim! It shows and I swear to the heavens you have fallen truly, madly deeply.

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The AnseRa episode taught us selfless love… sacrificing to forego people you love for a greater purpose. But trust me, goodbye doesn’t always mean forever… somewhere in God’s perfect time love will certainly find you! And favorably, it did find you perhaps at a time you were most ready…ATM! Of course, it also educated us to be discerning with our actions. If I may mention, Adam Levine (in his song) tells us that “youth is wasted on the young,” so to speak! Being in your early years though doesn’t necessarily give you the license to be imprudent. I don’t mean to sound preachy but its reality.

Sure Richard (and Maine), your young adults…. The entire AnseRa saga is not only Anselmo’s and Nidora’s love story! It’s your story, too (and the story of all young couples)! Here’s the thing, people tend to repeat history…. Dare to know what makes you apart? Obviously, yours is young and new! You were the ones who relived the mistakes of the past (through KalyeSerye) but you don’t have to go through the same tight spot, yes? Please do make a difference! You can always tweak it! It’s up to you to discern which path to track…. I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to be stuck between a rock and hard place.

Yes Richard, tuloy pa rin ang buhay (life has to go on)… Enjoy what you two have and together make your dreams into reality!!!!!

 

 

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Guys hear me out on this! As the AnseRa arc ends, I got emotional with Alden singing “Tuloy Pa Rin! I don’t know but it’s effing gave me the nostalgic feels! Arggghhh…. Is it just me or the song? It is now on repeat in my Spotify list.

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Author: lexirose7350

I am not a wife. I am not a mother. I am a just a sister with low self-esteem trying to build a world of my own. I always believe that there is something out there dreamy and fanciful no matter how rude life is. Emotional by heart, I can put up a tough front when necessary. I am not a very outspoken person but can be very conversational when in the mood. I'd like to believe that sharing my thoughts (in a platform i am most comfortable) would at least give me the freedom to express my suppressed emotions long been held in me. Writing is cathartic. A good way to release my thoughts. I value my solitude!

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