One Year in Four Minutes: The Yolly in Every Filipino

No need to add more redundancy to what has happened the previous year on the eighth day of November, but it was one heck of a typhoon. All events including stealing your neighbors’ roofs and lining up for the politically-advertised relief goods wrap up to the picture of every Filipino’s resiliency. Visayas seemed to have earned the title as the “Eighth Wonder of the World” for seemingly dragging tourists throughout the region – those...

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Maybe it’s none of your business

This post, though not dedicated to everybody, serves to make a small but important point regarding a personal issue. I would just like to remind people. What is good to you may not necessarily be good to and for me. A small issue according to you may not be as unimportant to me. Though people are created in the image and likeness of God, people are DIFFERENT from each other, SINNERS of many but different things. CAPABLE OF HURTING and...

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Galit na naman siya!

Hayan ka na naman nakasimangot. Sabayan pa ng sabog mong buhok at nanlilisik na mga mata. Hindi ka pa nakontento at sa tuwing may dinadaanan ka ay nambubulyaw ka pa ng mga tao. Ang totoo, ganyan ba talaga kabigat ang buhay at parang pasan na pasan mo ang buong mundo? Kailangan ‘pag galit dapat mandamay ng iba? Ano ba ang problema? Lovelife? Natanggal sa trabaho? Merong bagay na hindi mo nakuha? May tigyawat sa mukha? O kahit ano...

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STOP! Look and listen…

by Mary Therese Encina Experiences give the best learning in life, thus giving anyone, more or less, the idea of the difference between hearing and undergoing the reality of it. One advantage of learning something from experience is being able to understand people who might share a similar experience.  It could be a great comfort to confide with a person you know would be able to know how it feels like to get hurt or feel so much...

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Food is good, but we need skills!

by Ivy Lopez Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. –English Proverb Outreach programs have always been part of our culture in school.  Students and teachers alike occasionally visit the school’s adopted barangays bringing food for the beneficiaries and tokens or gifts to make them smile along with a lively program which includes intermission numbers and games. But what...

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