- Daniel Padilla and Karla Estrada engage in a deep conversation in one episode of Magandang Buhay.
- The young actor shared some of this thoughts and plans that he doesn’t usually share to the public.
In the November 21 episode of Magandang Buhay, Daniel Padilla surprised his mom, Karla Estrada, a road trip with his siblings for her 44th birthday.
The young actor asked what her plans are and she shared that she wants to finish everything before she turns 50.
“Ang plano ko ay matapos na lahat before 50 para naman makapagpahinga naman ako by 50. But we’ll never know kung hanggang kailan tayo puwedeng kumilos. Everything is planned at the moment, gusto ko lang matapos na lahat, maplantsa.”
As the trip goes on, one of the questions asked was how will they describe their family. Karla answered that they are happy and successful, while Daniel answered that it’s “unorthodox”.
“Unorthodox. Mahirap i-explain, but that’s it. The family is unorthodox, but yes, it’s a joyful and happy family.”
Karla shared that the biggest lesson that she learned from the show is stop judging other people based on the rumors that you hear, which Daniel then agreed.
“Yeah, at kung may narinig kang ganun, you save them. I mean, kung alam mo na hindi siya ganun… Tama ‘yon, never judge people. Di ba nga ang gusto mo ay world peace?
“Alam mo ang ano sa atin, Ma, tayong mga tao ay masyado na tayong busy sa ating personal na buhay na hindi na natin napapansin, pinakikialaman ang buhay ng iba minsan. Okay naman ‘yon kasi napakahirap naman talaga ng buhay, so minsan ang tao hindi mo naman masisisi. Pero kailangan, I think, kailangan natin ng affection at konting paki sa kapwa natin. Ang kapwa mo is ikaw din ‘yon. I think kailangan nating simulan sa sarili natin. Kasi hindi na panahon ngayon para isisi natin sa iba.
“Dapat sa atin [manggaling], kahit sa maliit na paraan. Kami, sinisimulan natin sa bahay. Pero totoo ‘yon, kailangan nating i-save ang mundo natin. It really needs changing talaga. We want change, but do we really want to change? You want change, but do you really move?”
When Karla asked her son about the dreams that he has yet to achieve, he answered that he hopes to “wake up to a better world“.