Come with me and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination.Take a look and you’ll see into your imagination. – Leslie Bricusse
When I was about five years old in 1989 I was drawn to a fantasy film entitled Labyrinth by the late Muppets creator Jim Henson. It was released in 1986 with George Lucas, creator of Star Wars, as executive producer. Ever since I saw this movie, it blew me right off the bat ’til this very moment.
Have you ever been to a place where you suddenly felt so alive? You feel so invigorated. As if you were reborn and everything felt new? This place could be your childhood playground, your backyard, schoolyard, coffee shop but its most probable that you were hanging around in what many would term as your personal “power spot”.
After editing the first episode of The First Jump, I was immediately called by Youth for Peace and Advocacy Movement once more for a medical mission. The mission, dubbed as Bangon Naujan, was one of the many series of medical check-ups in the barangays of Oriental Mindoro. So soon after, I embarked once more on a trip that would bring me knowledge and enlightenment.