Bob Gabuna
Perspective

by Bob Gabuna
bob@filipinojournal.com

‘REVOLUTION OF THE HEART AND MIND’ IS WHAT FILIPINOS NEED

‘REVOLUTION OF THE HEART AND MIND’ IS WHAT FILIPINOS NEED

Bob Gabuna

Pocholo Concepcion’s article, “Why there won’t be another Edsa — for now” (2/24/20), raises interesting points that compel patriotic Filipinos to ponder deep. I agree that Filipinos are undergoing Edsa fatigue “over the failure

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Former Chief Justice Presided Her Own Demise

Former Chief Justice Presided Her Own Demise

Bob Gabuna

Manila – Dura lex sed lex, the “law maybe harsh, but it is the law”. The oppressive summer temperature in Manila is perhaps exhausting; but, the current events in the homeland is riveting. Barangay

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The “Vision”

The “Vision”

Bob Gabuna

Manila – I am addressing the Christian Community regardless where they are geographically located, or what tribe and race they belong to. My question, is: have you seen the face of Christ Jesus be

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War Against Illicit Drugs

War Against Illicit Drugs

Bob Gabuna

MANILA – Since I went home in Fall 2016, I cannot recall a single day that is construed to be dull. The airwaves and broadsheet media are replete with news and gossips of series

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90 Sinclair Street

90 Sinclair Street

Bob Gabuna

Yellow leaves were falling, signs of Autumn, when I was driven home past twelve noon by Reverend Noel Lapatha with his wife, Manang Rosina after the worship service conducted in the rented Studio Room

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My Son’s Wedding

My Son’s Wedding

Bob Gabuna

A week before this column came out from the press; my son had a wedding. I was asked to deliver a nuptial speech which, of course, as a father, I obliged. The following is

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Illegal Drugs: How bad is the Philippine situation?

Illegal Drugs: How bad is the Philippine situation?

Bob Gabuna

For this issue I originally plan to write about the controversial debate over the burial of President Marcos’ corpse at Libingang ng Mga Patay. Since the matter is now in the hands of the

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Dangerous Waters

Dangerous Waters

Bob Gabuna

I returned to the Philippines in 2005 and spent the next five years in corporate farming while recovering from Leukemia. The economic activity I engaged is in pursuit of addressing poverty alleviation program for

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Case for Capital Punishment

Case for Capital Punishment

Bob Gabuna

As to this writing the SONA (State of the Nation Address) of President Rody, is being crafted. It is bruited other than issuing strong statements against the proliferation of illicit drugs, which involved rank

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