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Bea Alonzo talks about overcoming pain through her visual poetry called "Muli"

October 15, 2019 – Diane Gundaya

“Dahil sa bawat sakit ay may aral na kalakip

At sa bawat sugat ay patunay na hindi laging sapat ang sapat,

Na ang inakala mong tama noon, 

‘yun pala ay kasalungat”


For the past months, Bea Alonzo has been all over the news and the internet because of her controversial breakup with Gerald Anderson. Memes were everywhere, fans arguing from left to right and even apt screencaps from Bea’s past films proliferated online (ehem Bobby!). People were so invested about it, their split-up became the talk of the town.


Speaking of the breakup, it is quite evident on Bea’s Instagram account and interviews before, that she and Gerald were not able to end their relationship on good terms - she was hurt. The actress' friends, to somehow ease the pain, showed their outpouring support and love for Bea.


Last October 13 (Sunday), Bea Alonzo celebrated her 32nd birthday early by throwing a party for her friends and family. Aside from that, she also surprised everyone by posting a new video on her Youtube Channel and Facebook page.

 

"Muli" is a visual poetry that Bea made in collaboration with Treehouse Story. It tackles about the highs and lows of life and how one could overcome it and move forward. 

This is for those people who are currently trying to find their way back and are still recovering from the obstacles and challenges that life threw at them.

Bea, through this video, shares about her story and reminds us that getting ourselves back together will be a long and rigorous process, but in the end, everything that has happened will all be worth it. 

In this video, we now see a radiant Bea, flashing a beautiful smile, showing everyone that she is now ready to take on another journey: happier, stronger, and contented.

Well, if THE Bea Alonzo was able to do it, for sure, we all can too. Because at the end of the day, we are all Beas. 

We’ve all experienced falling in love, got our hearts broken, trusted the wrong person, cried like there’s no tomorrow and eventually found our way back to ourselves. We just have to trust the process and one day, when the time comes, everything that has happened will all make sense and fall into their right places.





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