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A lesson to learn from a 6-year old orphan who makes people smile as reported by CBS
Have you smiled today? I guess not! Lately, a CBS News host at the end of his broadcast, in the Facebook YouTube with more than 35 million views, told a story of a 6-yearRead More »
Merry Christmas or Happy Holiday?
Looking around and visiting the malls or supermarkets, “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Holidays” greetings have become staples in the promotional displays. While some big box stores have prominent display of Christmas decorations, slogans andRead More »
The Ugly heads of racism thrive along ethnic lines?
The recent issue of Maclean’s magazine carried a six-page article which has revealed the ugly heads of racism in Winnipeg. The front cover of the magazine would provoke a negative reaction, an outburst ofRead More »
Pope Francis is the pope of the people!
With more than six millions devotees who braved the rain and cold at the Luneta papal mass, Pope Francis has become the religious fortitude, an inspiration and powerful moving spiritual father of more thanRead More »
What’s in store for 2015?
The shadow of 2014 is still in our backyard, vanishing its memories into the nothingness as the hopes and wild expectations of the 2015 have been creeping into our consciousness. No doubt we areRead More »
Christ is in Christmas, a celebration of Hope, Love, Peace and Joy
Radio and televisions programs, countless Christmas carols are sung by many popular singers, from Bing Crosby to Michael Buble’; the malls and the stores are teeming with people, days closer to the Christmas Day,Read More »
Changing political climate is coming and expect more excitement in the coming years!
Now that the civic political dust has settled and the winners are facing the challenges on how to run the city, majority of the Winnipeggers have been looking forward for a much better decisionRead More »
Some inspiring thoughts for our kababayans who are running for school trustees on October 22, 2014
Cory Juan, Julie Holland Javier, Jerry Medina and Michael Pajemolin will make big differences in our school system We have four kababayans (compatriots) running for school board of trustees who have big on ideasRead More »
Five kababayans to seek elective positions on October 22
The political DNA is within our blood and it is in this premise that five of our kababayans (compatriots) have been running for the elective positions in the coming October 22 Civic Elections. AndRead More »
Hoping for gentler year 2014
With the images of devastation left by the super typhoon Haiyan; with the tired faces of children who lined up for relief food; with the silent cries of people who lost their relatives duringRead More »