Joan and I stood under the rain for hours at the South Superhighway yesterday to see President Corazon Aquino's final journey.
Neither of us were personally present at the People Power revolution in 1986 -- we were both in fifth grade in the provinces when it happened.
The sheer crowd of masses yesterday, however, gave me a certain sensation: if this isn't People Power, nothing else could come close.
But there were no angry shouts of protests. There was no trace of violence in the people's faces.
There were only love, gratitude, and admiration.
Farewell, Pres. Cory.
Some more photos of this brief moment here.