A Day at the Museum

Have you ever been to museum? They say that history repeats itself. But let's take an important note on what Winston Churchill says ... "Those that fail to learn from history, are doomed to repeat it." 

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Today after attending the mass and The Feast at the PICC, we decided to bring the kids at the National Museum.  I've been planning this for a long time but because of our limited time we were not able to schedule the visit, but this time I made sure it will be part of our itinerary.

It was so timely that the topic at The Feast has a little connection about why we need to learned from our history.

By the way if you are not familiar with The Feast, it's a weekly praise and worship gathering held at the PICC facilitated by Bro. Bo Sanchez, a catholic preacher. 

In today's world it's undeniable that there was really a generation gap.  So here are some of the suggestion to avoid that gap, between you and your kids based on this topic. This is recommended for Parents. 

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    Enter the world of your Children
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    Do not Over React
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    Listen Before you Lecture
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    Tell the Truth
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    Invite than Impose
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    Let Go and Let God
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    Let the Young Lead the Young

On my next blog I will discuss them further.

For now, let me just share with you all our day's activities by showing some pictures I took at Rizal Park and National Museum. 

Me and my husband are so excited and nostalgic at the same time because it's our first time as well to visit the National Museum since we're both grew up in the province. And we just knew them through our history subject.  

And while looking at all those artifacts I was able to prove this quote. I've read it somewhere though I cannot remember where...

"It's better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times."

Enjoy!

Feeling turista lang sa sariling bansa 🙂

​​Me and hubby first time to see the Spoliarium painting by Juan Luna.

​My kids, so amazed to see the Spoliarium painting.

My Future Archaeologist 🙂

Surrounded by Old Jars (Artifacts)

Their strained smile ... gutom na.

Others thought they were twins but they're not. They are just our teen version of me and my husband hehehe.

We took a rest before heading home.

So there you have it. We really had fun hope you too as well by looking at our photos. 🙂

We've learned so much from this museum trip.

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