KAYA PA means I can

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This is in continuation to my March 2016 Mountain Speed Photo essays. The photo above and following photos are taken along the road in Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya on our way to Isabela province. I am amazed of the Pine tree because it started to flower and it is my first time to capture a Pine flowers. It reminds me of the bible verse from Isaiah 40:8 The grass withers, the flower fades, But the word of our God stands forever.

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Sadly, there are some areas burnt for agricultural purposes. Gladly, most of the Pine trees survived the clearing in that area. I hope toshare this verse to them: Psalm 37:3 Trust in the Lord, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness.

The folks who live in here cleared and began terracing the mountain sides near the road.

The Kayapa people are hardworking, I hope they will be given flat land area for vegetable and rice planting.

They do produce rice, beans, tomatoes, cauliflowers, chayote, broccoli, cabbages, Chinese cabbages, cut flowers, and many more that are considered high value and crops that like cool temperature mostly.

I hope the people here will do great things for our country because they can (KAYA PA nila), because according to Philippians 4:13 I (we) can do all things through Christ who strengthens me (us).

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