Rod Cantiveros
The Republic of Adobo

by Rod Cantiveros
rod@filipinojournal.com

Living with Carbon Tax for climate change!

Living with Carbon Tax for climate change!

Rod Cantiveros

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 high

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Bakit hanggang ngayon, naghihirap pa ang ating Inang Bayan?

Bakit hanggang ngayon, naghihirap pa ang ating Inang Bayan?

Rod Cantiveros

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.

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Are you sad? St. Thomas Aquinas offers five doable and easy suggestions

Are you sad? St. Thomas Aquinas offers five doable and easy suggestions

Rod Cantiveros

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 or

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What are your resolutions for 2021?

What are your resolutions for 2021?

Rod Cantiveros

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 your

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Want to be happier this year, 2021?

Want to be happier this year, 2021?

Rod Cantiveros

I had been keeping for many years a copy of a narrative of Elvis Presley’s unhappiness and the list of ten rules for a happier life. There was no byline nor the identity of

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Pure joy of Christmas

Pure joy of Christmas

Rod Cantiveros

Amid the continuous threat of COVID-19 in our lives, we have to cling to the clusters of hope hanging before us and we have to find ways to make our faith as the strongest

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COVID-19 vaccines: shades of hope with a warning from INTERPOL

COVID-19 vaccines: shades of hope with a warning from INTERPOL

Rod Cantiveros

The race to acquire the most coveted product in medical history has just begun. And the mass injection has just started to end dreadful COVID-19, a pandemic which has been changing our lives. Britain

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Philippines: A Broken Country

Philippines: A Broken Country

Rod Cantiveros

The perennial natural disasters add to the breaking of the country into pieces plus many decades of dysfunctional governance It is alarming to see my home country being broken into pieces while the pangs

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An average of 20 typhoons a year visit the Philippines: billions of pesos lost in properties, crops and lives

An average of 20 typhoons a year visit the Philippines: billions of pesos lost in properties, crops and lives

Rod Cantiveros

Ofel, Pepito, Quinta, Rolly and Siony? Do these names sound familiar? For the past few weeks, at least five tropical depressions turned into typhoons have been lashing some regions of the Philippines, and the

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