5 Quotes from Classic Pinoy Series to Get You Through Hard Times

With everything happening around the world, it shouldn’t be so terrible to look for any hint of inspiration—be it by listening to music, looking at art, or in this case, drawing strength from relatable quotes! If you’re looking for that kind of pick-me-upper, stroll down memory lane with us and check out these iconic lines from classic Pinoy TV series.

1. For when passion leads to burnout.

“Ang pusong hindi umiibig, unti-unting namamatay.”
- Tatang Sol, On the Wings of Love

Every time you choose to love, you open your heart to pain. But if the love is worth it, then by all means, let your heart be vulnerable. Take note, vulnerable—not marupok! PUSH!

 

2. For when you’re trying to get back on your feet.

“Napakahirap magsimula uli, ‘Tay… pero sinusubukan ko.”
- Monica, The Legal Wife

The most important thing is to never stop trying.

 

3. For when you need a reminder of how strong you are.

“Nandito ako para sabihin sa ‘yong hinding-hindi mo ako mapapatumba!”
- Ivy Aguas, Wildflower

Remember who you are. You are amazing, courageous, and strong!

 

4. For when you’re losing faith.

“May mga bagay na kailangan mo munang paniwalaan para makita mo.”
- Chichay, Got to Believe

Don’t lose hope! It will get better—no matter how much it hurts right now.

 

5. For when it’s all over.

“Alam mo, Angelo, hindi tayo magiging ganito kasaya kung hindi natin pinagdaanan ang lahat. Hindi tayo magiging ganito katatag kung walang magiging unos sa buhay natin. ”
- Yna, Pangako Sa’Yo

At this point, the nostalgia is all too real and we just can’t help but look back on the good old days! This calls for a serye marathon, don’t you think? To help you de-stress a bit, iWant is offering over a thousand Pinoy titles you can watch for FREE—including these hit classics!

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