Dark hour, shining moments

/ 07:48 PM July 17, 2012

THOUSANDS of people line up to visit the comedy king during the last day of the public viewing at The Heritage Park in Taguig City. RICHARD A. REYES

The death of comedy king Dolphy taught us one thing: Something good can be derived from adversity. His passing united his 18 children, who have different mothers. His colleagues from competing TV networks didn’t mind being in the same room to grieve with his family, from the start of the wake up till the time he was laid to rest on Sunday. Even in an otherwise dark hour, Dolphy’s reminder for everyone to “smile through your fear and sorrow” was dutifully heeded.


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