Ted Visaya
Online Spirit, we all develop a unique presence on social networking, our work, our culture, our friends & family, our spiritual beliefs, and so we create a sort of branding of our digital identity. This image of ourselves gives others an idea of who we are. Isn't that what social networking is all about, to get an idea of who people are? The image we create and the words we write are a direct reflection of our thoughts. Reflect your thoughts well.





"We are what we imagine.
Our very existence consists in our imagination of ourselves. The greatest tragedy that can befall us is to go unimagined."


- N Scott Momaday, Kiowa-Cherokee author.


My next book: Karakoa Under the Bridge

My next article: I'm looking for a place to live in Paradise



email: Ted Visaya

I remembered the memorable events of the past.
Memories that keep triggering in my thoughts when I least expect it. I kept telling myself to write these stories down before I forget them. I imagined tales coming from dad’s farm tools in the toolshed and stories from items in mom’s footlocker, researching history around those items following their migration to America. I wrote this book to collect those thoughts.





My first book publication,
a collection of stories I created centered around being Filipino American. A scrapbook of creative, humorous, and informative stories inspired by following the footsteps of my parents in America. The stories are filled with history, heritage, and thought provoking origin theories.


Click on my book and buy on the publisher website or you can find it on Amazon.