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Do the early rumblings try to shake the foundation of BBM administration
Photo source: pbbm.com.ph Random interviews with ordinary people resulted in mixed views Two months before President Bongbong Marcos’s one- year anniversary as the 17th president of the Republic of the Philippines, a few criticsRead More »
Family reunion enriches family roots
With the Escobar Clan Reunion, expect much stronger roots for the family tree! “Oh my! Relative pala kita, crush pa naman kita!” “Wow, cousin at least we see in person.” “Ikaw, apo ka niRead More »
A new set of New Year’s resolutions based on your zodiac sign
Consulting zodiac signs excite your mindfulness! What are your expectations for the New Year? Have you consulted the English, Chinese or Ayurvedic, or American Native zodiac signs? Are these zodiac signs predicting anything aboutRead More »
Inflation and the Christmas season
Lately, I have attended almost six Christmas parties and still counting. And I did experience that sharing and giving are still high in spirit. The food is plentiful and mostly with leftovers for take-homeRead More »
May 9th Philippine Election: All Smoke And Mirrors!
Philippine democracy needs to recalibrate! Too obvious to consider that the 2022 Philippine election is all “smoke and mirrors” as two leading presidential candidates, Vice President Leni Robredo and the son of former PhilippineRead More »
Living with Carbon Tax for climate change!
Carbon Tax is just like a Sword of Damocles hanging over our heads, giving us more impending harm to family finances at the height of Canada’s inflation which rose to a new multi-decade highRead More »
Remembering you forever…
Oh, fourteen years of silent grief has turned into the celebration of your life fully lived, giving us the strength to continue your goals aimed to pursue but were cut short by your untimelyRead More »
Bakit hanggang ngayon, naghihirap pa ang ating Inang Bayan?
Ano nga ba ang dahilan at mabagal ang pagbaba ng poverty rate at populasyon sa ating bansa? Sa kasalukuyan, ang Pilipinas ay may populasyong 108.93 milyon at 25% o 25 milyon nito ay mahihirap.Read More »
Are you sad? St. Thomas Aquinas offers five doable and easy suggestions
We do feel sad once in a while. And we consider this human emotion as normal when your loved ones die, or missing, divorce or being separated, loss of your income, financial trouble orRead More »
What are your resolutions for 2021?
Are your goals for this year doable? Probably, your 2021 goals might be meagre in number due to the onslaught of COVID-19 which led to a new normal: wearing a face mask, washing yourRead More »