In the pursuit of vendetta, Yasmin (Irma Adlwan) continues to sustain her connections with Minda (Mickey Ferriols) by accepting the request to become the Army Ladies’ Club supplier of school uniforms for their next charity drive. Yasmin and Amir (Patrick Quiroz) deliver the finished products to the camp. Minda suddenly collapsed after learning about his sons’ current operations in Mindanao, prompting Yasmin and Amir to stay longer.
Later on, Minda regains consciousness. She excuses herself for a while to take Dante (Rommel Padilla)’s call. Minda no longer tries to be discreet as she expresses her worries for Alex (Gerald Anderson) who’s already been rescued and rushed to the hospital. Minda holds Yasmin’s hands and thanks her for her kindness.
The scene cuts to Rasheed (Matt Evans) arriving home from a long day of work. She hands Fatima (Nikki Valdez) a little gift and his days’ worth of earnings. He then gets honest about his desire to ask her hand in marriage. But the confession is cut short as Yasmin and Amir enter the scene.
Fatima becomes worried upon learning that Yasmin and Amir went to Minda’s office. She then turns furious after knowing that Yasmin even appeared too friendly towards Minda a while ago. Yasmin says that she didn’t do anything wrong. Yet, Fatima has a complete different point of view. She lashes out at Yasmin for trying to forget that Minda is the wife of the soldier who took their loved ones’ lives.
Yasmin expresses sharp words and emotions to justify her actions. She points out that her sons’ and husband’s tragic deaths would forever be imprinted on her memories but as a mother herself, she will never wish other people to go through the pain of losing a child. She sympathizes with Minda for worrying over her children, even if she’s considered an enemy. And Fatima, as Yasmin says, will never comprehend this kind of compassion because she isn’t a mother.