How to Train Your Responder! Rescuers Of Iligan

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“Night Fury! Get down!”

Big Guns of ICDRRMO

Nope, this is Iligan City and this ain’t “Berk, where it snows nine months of the year and hails the other three” but it does gets a number of typhoons, storms, and the occasional super typhoons a year.

“Responders that grow here are tough and devotedly selfless. The EMS Trainers that grow here are even more so.”

“Responders here maybe few but their true upsides is, they give their best.”

“While other places have paramedics, or emergency medical services… Yes, we do have it too… we have… the courageous rescuers of the ICDRRMO.”

rescuers and responders kit

“The disasters, MVA’s that happen here, as well as other cases, at times… may be a lot, and the responders that come to the aide here may be just a score though.”

“This is the City of Waterfalls, Iligan’s CDRRMO.”

“We’re down south, in a city that last took a beating from super typhoon Sendong.”

EMS Iligan

“But it’s been our home, and it has always been a home to the valiant rescuers, responders, and trainers of our EMS.”

 

ICDRRMO Rescuers

ICDRRMO Rescuers


Courtesy of DreamWorks Animation “How to Train Your Dragon and Dragons: Race to the Edge”

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“Life is like a Maze sometimes”

"'Life is like a Maze sometimes,' if one don't keep track the paths and twisty passages as one walks it, one can easily get lost or get trapped in it." "For every passage leads to somewhere but certain paths leads to nowhere." - kuskusbalungos
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via Daily Prompt: Translate

"'Life is like a Maze sometimes,' if one don't keep track the paths and twisty passages as one walks it, one can easily get lost or get trapped in it." "For every passage leads to somewhere but certain paths leads to nowhere." "If some passageways turn out to be dead ends or tight situations, never give up but find a way to 'transcend' one's own limitations." - kuskusbalungos

“‘Life is like a Maze sometimes”

“‘Life is like a Maze sometimes,’ if one don’t keep track the paths and twisty passages as one walks it, one can easily get lost or get trapped in it.”

“For every passage leads to somewhere but certain paths leads to nowhere.”

“If some passageways turn out to be dead ends or tight situations, never give up but find a way to ‘transcend’ one’s own limitations.”

– kuskusbalungos

sometimes a maze is just like a string

sometimes a maze is just like a string

The one hand rule is the simplest trick in escaping from any maze, a guarantee for getting out.

It works because sometimes a maze is just like a string, if you follow it you can get out.

However, there’s an exception…

Like a maze that sometimes have walls that are disconnected from the rest of them all.

Life sometimes have its other walls, it can get complicated, it has its pitfalls.

See, using a little logic may help you out in most cases but a higher form of algorithm is applied for some mazes.

Being able to translate it, we can move from one place to another and get out of it.

Life is like a Maze sometimes, it has its twists and turns and dead ends lie beyond some of its turns.

"If some passageways turn out to be dead ends or tight situations, never give up but find a way to 'transcend' one's own limitations." - kuskusbalungos

“If some passageways turn out to be dead ends or tight situations, never give up but find a way to ‘transcend’ one’s own limitations.” – kuskusbalungos

If we can keep track of where we’ve been even if we get lost we can still find our way back in.

If deep within ourselves we have faith, it makes it easier for us to translate.

We can get out of life’s mazes sometimes with just one hand and using no maps or getting no helping hand.

Translate: “Sometimes in life we all need a helping hand but sometimes ‘success’ lies within our own hand. If you believe you can do it then there’s a chance you can make it.”