Who says August is a ghost month? The Mandarin vocabulary? The Chinese history? Who cares by the way?
More than 70,000 tourists joined the celebration of Kadayawan Festival who have witnessed the abundance of the city and who have experienced a very safe and decent stay in Davao hotels while enjoying the perfect weather all through out the festival celebration.
Real estate companies have showed their full support also in making the festival possible.Homegrown housing developer Kisan Lu Lands Inc bagged the grand prize and took home the half-million prize during the Pamulak Festival or the Floral Float Parade competition.
How can it be a ghost month when both private and public sectors benefited during this month?
Who cares the lunar formation when there is a perfect and astonishing formation of the performers on the road. Who says evil spirits are dominating the planet when obviously the demons were clearly killed by the diwatas as reflected to the choreography of this year’s champion in the street dancing competition, the Bambad National Highschool Isulan, Sultan Kudarat?
Anyway, let the believers welcome such ghost thing. Let them scare themselves. Let them drool in our celebration. As long as the omnipotent GOD , the universal energy, is always the core of all activities, there will never be a dull moment in your life.
P.S. How can it be a ghost month when THE EXPENDABLES 2 is showing now on theaters? Would it be worth of your time rather than believing such ghost month? Lol.
Meanwhile, if you happened to witness the action-packed Indak Indak, great! But hey, you might as well missed some of its awesome beauty. Here are the Albertogy's take during the street dancing competition. Where are the ghosts? haha
If ghost month exists in August here in Davao, I would pray to have a ghost month from January to December.