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LOOK: Sharon Cuneta posts throwback photo of act of charity when she was still young

Sharon Cuneta says her parents already taught her how to be generous since she was little. 

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11/01/2020 10:17 AM
LOOK: Sharon Cuneta posts throwback photo of act of charity when she was still young
Photo credit: @reallysharoncuneta Instagram

Sharon Cuneta took a trip down the memory lane and looked back on her younger days when she started to learn the value of charity and helping other people. 

"OMG! Someone had and found a picture! I did this all the time when I was little. My Mom would be giving away relief goods in Pasay where my Daddy was Mayor for decades—and anything else to people everywhere else kahit di naman sila mga botante ng Daddy ko—and I followed her example," the Megastar said. 

She continued, "I would save part of my allowance for my own little piggy bank, but more often than not, my savings would go to buying out candies at pag naubusan na, pati kropek - from Sari-Sari stores and had my own pila of kids to give all my candies to!"


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

OMG! Someone had and found a picture! I did this all the time when I was little. My Mom would be giving away relief goods in Pasay where my Daddy was Mayor for decades - and anything else to people everywhere else kahit di naman sila mga botante ng Daddy ko - and I followed her example. I would save part of my alowance for my own little piggy bank, but more often than not, my savings would go to buying out candies at pag naubusan na, pati kropek - from Sari-Sari stores and had my own pila of kids to give all my candies to! Maaga pa alam ko nang totoo yung “It is better to give than to receive.” Isang interpretation doon, “Mabuti na yung ikaw ang may nabibigay kesa ikaw ang nanghihingi.” Pero ang mas tumatak sa puso ko, “There is no better feeling in the world than to give to someone who you know can never pay you back.” Maingat na ako sa mga scammer o manggagamit at nananamantala lang, pero iba ang feeling ng nakakatulong ka sa kapwa na walang puhunan kundi puso. Walang kapantay. Ang dasal ko nga, huwag sana dumating ang araw na may nangangailangan talaga lalo kung mahal ko tapos wala akong maibigay...❤️🙏🏻💖 I am grateful to my Mommy and Daddy for teaching me how to be giving and empathetic by example and not just through words. I hope my children are learning the same in the same way too.🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️ (Thanks so much for posting this. My heart skipped a beat! Good memories and only love.❤️) ##Repost from @sharonretro.tm • Little Sharon's giving away some candies to poor kids in Baguio City. Generous by heart until this very day.

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Sharon relayed that since she was little, it was already instilled in her that “it is better to give than to receive.” 

“Isang interpretation doon, ‘Mabuti na yung ikaw ang may nabibigay kesa ikaw ang nanghihingi.’ Pero ang mas tumatak sa puso ko, ‘There is no better feeling in the world than to give to someone who you know can never pay you back,’” she explained. 

The actress-singer remarked that it feels very fulfilling to help people in need. 

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Maingat na ako sa mga scammer o manggagamit at nananamantala lang, pero iba ang feeling ng nakakatulong ka sa kapwa na walang puhunan kundi puso. Walang kapantay. Ang dasal ko nga, huwag sana dumating ang araw na may nangangailangan talaga lalo kung mahal ko tapos wala akong maibigay,” she stated. 

 

Sharon remarked that she is thankful to her parents for teaching her how to be generous.  

“I am grateful to my Mommy and Daddy for teaching me how to be giving and empathetic by example and not just through words. I hope my children are learning the same in the same way too,” she said.