Bea Binene speaks up for girl power

Bea Binene (Photo courtesy of GMA Network)No leftovers
 

“Ang turo ng Papa ko nung maliit pa ako, dapat walang leftovers sa pagkain.  Dapat walang natitira kapag kumakain kami sa restaurant. Kung may sobra, take out na lang. Hindi ako nagtitira ng pagkain sa plato kahit busog na busog ako. Dapat ubusin ko talaga.”

That discipline goes with Bea whenever she goes to a buffet table groaning with food.

“Kumukuha ako ng kaya ko lang ubusin,” she reveals. “Babalik na lang ako sa table kung gusto ko pang kumain. Sayang kasi. Ang daming nagugutom sa mundo.”

Bea feels just as strongly about illegal logging (“absolutely no!”), doing away with plastic and recycling.

“Sinusulatan ko ang likod ng mga scripts ko kapag tapos na ang shoot,” she explains.

“Ginugupit pa niya yon,” Bea’s mom chimes in.

The caring for Mother Nature extends to grocery trips.  Bea says they always buy cloth bags sold in groceries instead of using plastic bags.

Education still important


Bea’s other message for girls her age is about school.

“Study hard,” she urges. “Walang kinabukasan kung hindi tayo nag-aaral ng maayos.”

The God-fearing actress also believes in the power of prayer.

“Napakaimportante nito lalo na ngayong marami tayong calamities.”

Bea need not be pressured on becoming a role model. Her good example says it all.

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