Kapamilya Snaps: Unforgettable, moving teleserye lines and quotes that stirred viewers

With all the troubles and uncertainties happening these days, it’s sometimes hard to see the light. But no matter what, the light is still there. We just need to find and surround ourselves with it to eventually get rid of the heavy, frustrated, and worried feelings.

Watch this Kapamilya Snaps video to see the most heartwarming teleserye lines that got us through some rough times and may get us through them once again. You might even get to find an inspiring Kapamilya teleserye you’ll want to watch because some of those on the list are currently airing on the Kapamilya Channel and Kapamilya Online Live!

“Hindi ka Niya Pababayaan. Huwag kang mangamba.” -Joy, Huwag Kang Mangamba (2020)

In times of need, we turn to our faith because we can rest easy knowing that a higher power is there to guide us, especially in our times of need.

Huwag Kang Mangamba is the newest story featuring the lives of people going through different challenges. We get to witness how God continues to be with all of them despite their differences.

“Walang imposible para sa isang ina.” -Amelia, Walang Hanggang Paalam (2020)

To all the mothers, parents, and guardians out there, your love for your young is amazingly powerful. Your strong will and sacrifices translate to joy, peace, and comfort in a child.

Walang Hanggang Paalam proves this phenomenon because of the countless things the parents on the show were able to overcome and do for the sake of their children.

“Hindi ka naman psychic. ‘Wag mo munang pangunagan.” -Angge, Bagong Umaga (2020)

At times, before something even happens, we already worry about everything that could go wrong. If we continue with that mindset, we could be setting ourselves up for trouble or even wasting our time worrying.

So in Bagong Umaga, we are reminded that we don’t know what the future holds so we shouldn’t be hindered by negative thoughts. Bad days will be inevitable, but that also means there are happier days. And if we recognize those days, you can easily rid your heart of anxiety and aggravation.

“Kung ano man ‘yung naging kasalanan mo, pinapatawad na kita.” -Cardo, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (2015)

The power of forgiveness and making peace is underestimated by many. A lot of us are burdened by grudges, baggage, and regret, though we all could easily free ourselves from those. All we need is a little forgiveness — for ourselves and for others.

Being the longest running teleserye on air, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano has told tons of stories of fights and misunderstandings, but, ultimately, it gives the message of how those things stop us from being with the people we love.

“Madaling humusga kaysa umintindi” -Joseph, The Good Son (2017)

Sometimes it’s so easy to just judge other people, right? Although, we also know how hurtful it is to be judged without being understood.

Each person has their own story, so who are we to dictate who they are and why they do the things that they do? This is perfectly portrayed in The Good Son, a story of two families who do not really know the truth about each other so they were filled with anger and hatred. As they start to understand each other, the darkness in their hearts is slowly washed away.

“Magkapatid tayo. Dapat tayo laging magkasama, nandito lang para sa isa’t isa” -Ana, Asintado (2018)

No man is an island, as they say. When we cannot find strength in ourselves, there is nothing wrong with finding it in others. Where can we seek it first? Our family, of course.

In Asintado, we witness the capability of Ana (Julia Montes) and Samantha’s (Shaina Magdayao) sisterhood to overcome struggles and achieve their goals.

“Hindi pa tapos ang ating panahon. Marami pa tayong pagkakataon.” -Dumakulen, Bagani (2018)

Nothing is ever truly the end. As long as we are living and breathing, we can still make things right, do what we can, and reach for our dreams. Not everything has unlimited chances, but we do have unlimited choices on what to do next.

Bagani may be a fictional story in a fantasy world, but the message is deeply relatable with its theme of never giving up and continuing to fight until you succeed.

“Buo pa rin ako. Buo pa rin ang pamilya ko. Pera lang ang nakuha mo sa amin.” -Diane, Pure Love

Many times we worry about so many little things that we tend to forget to look at the bigger picture. Always focus on what’s important  — the people you love and those you love.

Money was usually the root of the problems in Pure Love, but it taught us that those problems don’t really matter as long as their family was together. This motivated them to rely on each other through life and have a love more valuable than any amount of gold or treasure.

“Kahit gaano kalaki o kahirap ang problema natin sa buhay, tutulungan tayo ng Panginoon” -Nathaniel, Nathaniel (2015)

Our problems can be too much for us to carry so we have to give it all up to the Lord to help lessen the weight. His love remains true, no matter who we are or what we are facing.

Nathaniel may have been a small angel, but because his faith was big and strong, he was able to tremendously help the people around him. Because of that kindness, they also started to truly see the wonders of what faith in God can do.

“Parang naghihiganti ka na rin… Hindi ka na rin naiiba sa kanila.” -Dani, Since I Found You (2018)

Just because others can easily retaliate to the evil they experience doesn’t mean we should also. We must learn to break the cycle of greed and revenge to truly solve our issues.

Since I Found You teaches this to us because we can see how revenge can turn one’s heart viciously cold and slowly ruin their entire being.

Hopefully, these meaningful snippets gave you a sense of hopefulness and renewed strength. Tune in to these Kapamilya teleseryes to gain more life lessons and inspirational moments.