Monthly Archives: March 2014

Playing God

Whenever I look at the beauty in nature, I am always filled with awe and wonder. The grandeur and the majesty of the mountains, the serenity and tranquility of the lakes, the colors and abundance of the flowers, the coming … Continue reading

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My Thirsts

I have been thirsting all my life and I do not want my thirst to go away. I thirst for beauty and would want to see it in everything around me: the first blooms of spring, the singing of the … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Law and the Prodigal Son

I have always found Murphy’s Law fascinating if not fanciful. And it has been expressed in many slightly different ways: “If anything can go wrong, it will.” or “¬†Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” or “If there are … Continue reading

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The First Day Of Spring

It is a beautiful morning, the first day of Spring. As I relish this moment, I am grateful for a number of things. The beauty that surrounds me is springing forth everywhere. Even the air is fresher and it’s got … Continue reading

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Being Open to Goodness and Beauty

It is wonderful world and life is beautiful. But there is also a lot to make one sad. Like, billions of people live on but a dollar a day while a few have billions and still want more. There is … Continue reading

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God’s Mysterious Ways

The fall of Constantinople in 1453 signaled the end of an era. The last vestiges of the powerful Holy Roman Empire finally succumbed to the onslaughts of the Ottoman Empire. In its heyday, the Holy Roman Empire which existed for … Continue reading

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Miron

Miron is the Filipino equivalent of ‘kibitzer’. It probably has its roots in mirar, Spanish for ‘to look, to see, to watch’. No player in any game ever wins against a miron, who always will know better and always has … Continue reading

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