The Positive Lessons You Can Teach Your Children From Bartering

JUNE 3, 2020

Bacolod Barter Community – The Positive Lessons You Can Teach Your Children From Bartering

Its always better to give than to receive. – Erma Calopez


Barter with kindness and not with the price of your items. – Bain Elemental


“One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure” – Azrael Lopez


Not be Demanding for dealing – Cris Cristian


Be contented – Joy Decastro

Sharing to those who needed the most. – Oshiro Keiko


Give without expecting. – Bandiola Faith Grace

Barter is Spreading kindness. We are letting go some memorable things that we do not use. and for make them to be useful. share them to others who see that the thing will be useful for them..
– Rinkashikimo Kutemeikito Rinkamikishashikakiji


Nothing and no one is useless kay big or small may value gid na and a place in somebody’s heart. #barterwithKindnessandaPurpose – Angelie Angie


Sharing is caring. – Jenny Gumban


“God loves a cheerful giver.” Kung pwede lang ihatag, ihatag nalang sa ga kinanglan bisan wala baylo – MD TG


We are all rich and at the same time, we are all poor. – Iliana Esereth


My twins (6 years old) have learned more the art of sharing, patience and acceptance. Sharing because they get to share their unused stuff (clothes, toys, books) to those who need it; patience because they have to wait for the replies from the owners of the things they want to barter with; and acceptance because they deal with the rejections when our offers don’t get picked. Above all, it is the simple joy of giving and receiving without looking at its monetary value. It’s priceless to see the excitement and smiles on their faces, even just for a pack of Yakult or a bag of chips (much more when it is for a toy or a book!) Us adults could learn a lot from these kiddos! – Carol Ann DelaCruz-Historiador


Helping the world heal through kindness and compassion while being environmentally-friendly at the same time. – Blanche Denise Fernandez


Makontento kung anong bagay ang natatanggap mo. At tumulong ng walang hinihinging kapalit
– Apol Apol Apol


Joy, thankful& Happiness. – Thamiea Banguis Castanares


NO ITEMS ARE WASTED. Things not useful to you is useful to others…. and you develop more kindness and appreciate more the attitude of sharing and giving which is more important than taking. – November Amie Cascolan Vargas


Give and take with love and a cause and purpose. Be a blessing to others who are in need. – Teiluj Sarsis Galang


Just teach them the kindness if makita sng mga kids nga ga help ka without any expectations in return they will mark in their minds until they grew up and for sure they will do it also. – Lanie Gaitan Garcia


When you received something more than what you expect, pay it forward. – Anji Fort Port


It is in giving that we receive. Pay it forward. – Janz Tamba


A gift of value is more important than the price. – Emong Bepost


May mga bagay na may kaunting halaga sayo ngunit maaring magbigay ng lubos na kaligayahan sa iba. Importance of things depend on the person that values it. Learn to value and share
– Indiano Odeirrac


Sharing is caring especially to the needy.- Marilyn Caña Carampatana


Another person’s junk can be another person’s treasure. – Wu Jun Jiang


Giving smile to them, meet new friends, happiness by giving and contentment. – Miel Lorenzo Basanes

The values of sharing and generosity brings forth kindness, love and service beyond self while touching the lives of not even the ones in need but people of the community. – Emz Flores


Barter reveals the true value of goods based on needs of different people. And that is the very essence of things we should look at it based on our need. – Siong de la Cruz


It’s not about the price..just share wat u have. – Lara Clemente


It’s better to give than receive. – Myrel Cayao


Bartering has taught my children the value of sharing what you have without expecting the same value in return. – Jess Dia Libs


God blessed you to be a blessing. – Joanne U. Griffen


Our kids learn to choose a more sustainable and productive hobby because of their father’s hobby of herbs growing flow a lot of stuff and wonderful experiences for everything you sow, you shall reap! – Prezel Pacina- Ursal


Kindness to share our valuable things we cherish to person in need also. Happy seeing people smile trading stuffs. It is not d value or the price but the thought itself. – Andromeda Watson


It’s not so much about the things we acquire through bartering, but the beautiful story which has been built behind it. Things will soon outlive their monetary value, yet the experiences that embellished our hearts will bear fruit in our lives—becomes the values-pattern of the next generation.- Rodnel Ryan Mariefe Macaya


Giving the best without expecting too much in return. – Mary Michelle Montebon


That it’s ok to let go of the things that once matter to us.. same as letting go of hatred and failures. – Lybe Quillas Carlos


To value relationships. To respect people regardless of their looks or status in life. To never judge or belittle someone. – Alexander Walker


The idea of letting go something for someone’s better use and freely give more to someone other than self. – Judith Rosacena Mirasol

Money is not the basis of a true wealth, it is the value of every little things you have we shared and enjoyed.- Jo Lemz


Old but Gold. – Michael Toledano


Kindness, value small things. – Ceniza Cequina Garcia


Kindness and they will know or understand that there are things that are not important to them but to others it is their needs. Better to give than to receive. – Jeanne Dangco Erebaren


I don’t have a child yet but if ever, the greatest lesson I can teach my future children about bartering is that the things you may have but you do not need is a dream for someone to have. Sharing is a fulfillment in the heart that cannot be compared. – Ara Mae Quirante Garcero


Love tungod kun may ara ka gugma naga follow na lang na sa imo maayo nga binuhatan sa pareho mo nga tawo. – Sharon Fuentebella


Always be a little kinder than necessary. – Rubi Alvarez


Teaching my children the value of sharing. – May-ann Biocon Calosa Patricio


Sharing is caring. – Franz Arthur


Positivity.Happiness.TouchLives.TouchHearts.BeAGiver. – Rhonalyn Guerrero


The art of letting go. – Regina Gico -Derramas


Kindness, the art of letting go, it’s not the value but the act of sharing and seeing another person happy. – Z Ahnna Lee Tiapz


Understanding our basic need, and that sometimes it is okay to give than to receive. – Arvin Gee


The value of Kindness and generosity. The value of buying & keeping only what is essential because time will come you will have to let go of those that don’t matter anymore, to let go of what no longer matters to give way for new things to come!- Shella Pabon


To make someone or Family happy. – Eleulyn Durando Borenes


Love sharing and always thank you to God. – Albia Panes Jennifer


That material returns aren’t always the reason we barter but also to give what others need more than we do. – Joan Briones


Giving and sharing part of good works that can praise God through his goodness kag sa mga nahimo nya nga kaayo sa aton kabuhi” – Maria Mae Tacsagon Garbanzos


Always gid paminsaron mangin maalwan sa isig ka pareho. Kay sa diri nga kalibutan Wala man sang kwarta kag pigado indi na hadlang para maka bulig ka sa imo pareho. Kag permi gd paminsaron nga ang Ginoo gatamod sa aton Adlaw adlaw kung ano na himo mo nga maayo sa sini nga kalibutan paga bugayan ka sa langit sang subra subra. – Katrina Mercurio


Touch lives, be kind and the art of letting go. – Juaymay Rojo


The value of a thing is nothing than the happiness of someone giving and sharing is more  important than the quantity and quality of a thing .- Angelica Mana-ay Pactao


“It is in sharing that we receive.” – Jose Stanley B. Mendoza


Bartering can create friendship and showing care even if you didn’t know each other. – Regz Badilla


Your trash…my treasure. – Raquel Lecia Lacson-Torrento


Bartering is a generous way to feel the needy ones. helping one another to make the  relationship united even we did not know each other till we become close at heart.- Felma Templado


Lesson of desiring less. – Meddie Arbolado, Jr.


Barter is just like Marketing…a human activity to satisfy needs and wants through exchange processes, however, no money involve. It’s a unique marketing practice upheld by our very our own early maharlikans in origin before the colonization by the Spaniards in 1521. – Alto J. Torres


Be happy all the time. – Shoobing Rotsap


Letting go so someone can make use of it.- Monida Jp Estrella


Kindness and thoughtfulness. – Lito Gepaya


Happiness does not have a price. – Avril Elaine Gamboa – Sabio


May mga bagay nga kinanglan e let go. – Augustus Eustace Rex


Sharing. -Sarj Acilac


Keeping and taking care of kids things that we don’t know others would appreciate even to the least value can be of help to others. Sharing is all that matters. -Yap Pang


Bartering so as to let go of the past with no regrets -Ate Peach


We can share our things with love and joy. – Erlinda Geroy Ymalay


Honesty and friendship. – Nicole Holm


It’s not the price of the items worth its how you make someone happy. Share kindness. – Chez S. Chi Gellecano


Needs (life and health) versus wants (expensive things). – Kiel Ziah


The barter system, the art of letting go, and the beauty of genuine kindness. – Lilianne Irene Yap


The practice of minimalism – to keep only things that spark joy. – Joyce Gonzaga-Solinap


The happiness of sharing without much expectation. “ better to give than to receive”. – Bambi Macaron Yudelmo


Barter with kindness. – Mab Asiain


Sincerity and caring to other people’s need. – Elisa Yap Casipe


My only child learned how to be persistent .He did not bothered to ask for new shoes but instead bartered his old things to have the shoes he wanted.- Sheryl Profeta Alinar


I will teach my little one that it’s not always about money. Attitude, Character is more important and money and blessing just comes along if you have the right character and skills.
Always be good to others, never judge anyone, because you never know what they are going through. And that you can never go wrong with kindness. Also, not every day you win but as long as you won’t give up on what you want, one day you will reach your goals and dreams.
And to have a generous heart to help others even if you are consider as one of the poorest of the poor. They is always something that you can offer to the world. – Cherzie Gales-Francisco


Honesty, integrity and compassion. – SnookAnn Tan


It’s better to give than to receive. – Yvonne Garrucho


That,s why, we have to spread kindness. Don’t value the items that we are bartering, instead it’s just like giving them for d benifit of our bbc group thru barter. – Angelo Torrecampo


Yong binibigyan mo ng halaga ang pangangailangan ng iba. – Jolly Lavado


That when you give, give wholeheartedly . -Zilla Rozzi Javier



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