Monthly Archives: February 2019

The miracle of life is the miracle of love

The birth of a baby is always a tender and heartwarming moment. And there is nothing more tender and loving than seeing a beautiful child cuddling a new-born babe. Yes, the miracle of life is a miracle of love. For … Continue reading

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EDSA Was a Miracle

I sometimes believe in miracles. I sometimes believe that the EDSA Transfiguration event was a miracle. A people cowering in fear and indifference are galvanized into united action to throw off the yoke of their bondage. And their liberation is … Continue reading

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Clinging to Faith and Goodness

Is it I who has changed or has the world become a more difficult place to live in? I have become harder and harder of hearing over the last years. It is a struggle for me to hear what other … Continue reading

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Origins

Yesterday, I had to be on the road very early. It was still night time, just before the break of dawn. It was a cloudy night and the full moon was still at its fulsome luminescence although it was starting … Continue reading

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A Moonlight Prayer

Last night’s full moon will be the biggest for this year. I have always been a moon and a moony person. A hopeless romantic is often seen as a lunatic. I love mooning in the moonlight – in reverie, in … Continue reading

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Traditions

In the ever changing landscapes of life and human relationships, traditions are anchors that help us keep our stability and, oftentimes, our sanity as well. Holidays and feast days are celebrated to remind us of the values these days represent, … Continue reading

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Faith in Times of Adversity

Recently, Anabelle and I went with some friends to Iloilo for fun and leisure. It turned out to be a pilgrimage of sorts. We went to more religious sites than natural wonders or tourist resorts. We went to the Holy … Continue reading

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