Posted: April 6, 2011 in Personal
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By Israel Tarlit

Every year thousands of people will walk towards Manaoag, Pangasinan for the annual pilgrimage. These people will walk very early in the morning and walk many miles under the blistering summer heat just to reach their destination. They walk in groups that would somehow ease their weariness.

Every year we would see them walk and just pass by. But last year we’ve had enough of watching them pass by, we did something different. PASA LOVE was still in the early stages at that time and we simply grab any opportunity that would allow us to serve. It was Jonathan, one of the pastors in the church who suggested that we serve coffee and cold drinks.

We’re doing it again this year only this time bigger. We’re going to cook 4 large pots of arrozcaldo that could serve 800 people. There would still be the brewed coffee. The cold water will always be there since these pilgrims would need to refill their water containers. We’re going to set up some tables and chairs should they want to sit and rest for a moment. And we would open our rest rooms for them.

Our ad for this PASA LOVE

Matthew 5:46-47, “If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? Are not even the tax collectors doing that? And if you greet only your own people, what are you doing more than others? Do not even pagans do that?”

If we love the same people how can that be love? When faced with people who are different from us whether in terms of faith or politics, we’ll choose to love. After all, Jesus loved unconditionally. PASA LOVE.



If you want to be part of this event, you can help by sharing your resources. It will be used to purchase ingredients and materials to feed weary pilgrim.

You can also be part of the volunteers who would serve this pilgrims.

 For your support and donations, just email us or comment on this and we’ll give you the information you need to give your support.

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  1. rico says:

    wow this is nice.pasa love is a great way to show how much jesus love’s us and yeah spreading that love unconditionally just like what jesus did ^____^

  2. Bino says:

    wow kailan ito?

  3. Bino says:

    ayon nabasa ko na. sayang may work ako sa date na yun.

  4. jason says:

    wow april 21 sabay sa bisita iglesia 😉

  5. Wow, ang galing naman! Nakakataba ng puso ang post na ito at ang gawain nila Orville…

    Tama, love without bias and boundaries nga… Kasi mga Katoliko ang mga pilgrims na pupunta sa Manaoag, at sina Orvile, iba namang denominasyon…

    May Orville’s tribe increase! May they continue to prove that indeed love without borders do exist….

  6. cheesecake says:

    akala ko di mo na mine-maintain tong isa mong blog. dun na sa bagong bahay. 😀

  7. myfilthyroom says:

    kaya naman idol na idol kita sir pong! hehehe

  8. Amen. that passage reminds me of something. Matagal na pala akong di nagsisimba. I’ll better look for a church. Great blog.

  9. masyadong hanga ako sa activity na ito ng pasalove. ito talaga ang love without bias.

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