Man Travels Long Distances to Sell Honey for His Children’s Education

Man From Canlaon Sells Honey in Hinoba-an to Fund Children’s Education

A man from Canlaon City, Negros Oriental travels long distances to sell honey to support his children’s education.

A father’s love knows no bounds; it goes beyond obstacles and challenges, shaping the lives of his children in profound ways.

Sacrifice is undoubtedly one of the most defining characteristics of a father’s love. From the time a child is born, a father commits to meeting their needs, often placing their welfare ahead of his own.


A father’s sacrifices are numerous and huge, whether it’s working long hours to provide a roof over their heads, renouncing personal wants to pursue their dreams, or simply being present to offer guidance and comfort.

Collecting honey from beehives is known to be a dangerous job due to the possibility of falling if you misstep. However, one father is willing to take on this challenge to support his family, especially his three young daughters.

Joseph Flores, a 30-year-old resident of Masulog, Canlaon City, who is married and has three young daughters, travels to Kabankalan, Bacolod, Guihulngan, and Candoni to sell his honey product, which he has been selling for a long time.


Despite the hardships and exhaustion of providing for his family, Joseph stands as an exceptional example and a brave father.

“Mas pilion kopa ang magbaligya sang dugos kag iban pa nga legal nga diskarte para ma suntintohan ko akon panimalay kaysa maghimo sang illegal” Flores said.


(I prefer to sell honey and explore other legal means to support my family rather than resorting to illegal activities)

Joseph’s dedication to providing for his family’s needs, especially his children’s education, serves as a source of inspiration for many.

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