I believe in guardian angels. I wrote about it before. There have been many instances in the past when I thought and confirmed that mine exists but I’ll cite the one which happened just this week. Busy with my mobile phone and that chat over lunch at the second floor of McDonalds, I wasn’t so […]
Before the year ended, I joined a writing challenge started by Sofia Cope and Apple Nocom. I met Sofia on a writing workshop of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf last year. Christmas season of 2017 was so hectic. Everyday was packed with lots of activities and my family and I were rarely home. Nevertheless, I […]
Business impact analysis slash team-building at Rizal broke camp on time. 1PM and Sir Romel and three other office mates were on-board an automatic transmission sedan, braving Saturday afternoon C5 traffic to Taguig. It was 2:30PM already but we were still just in Ortigas. I won’t make it on time, I told myself. I […]
We must forgive. We must forget the pain, the hurt, and anger for our enemies’ and our own’s sake.But you know what Christians also have to do? They have to show love by correcting the sins of their neighbors. They should call out wrong doings and never tolerate it by regarding their deeds as heroic.
Yes, nine months! As in long 9 nine months equivalent to one full-term human gestation. If you were on Day 1 of pregnancy when you applied, baby’s already coming out you still don’t have your UMID card.
I decided to write this post to drop you guys some tips on what to do when you accidentally had your phone soaked in water and injected it with pressure at the same time (ex. you flushed it in a toilet bowl, forgot to remove it from your laundry and tossed it inside a washing machine, jumped to a swimming pool while cellphone’s inside your pants, flood).
It’s in the air, in the cold of morning, the sun’s rays at the breaking of dawn. Somehow, I am no astronomical or geophysical instrument but the heart really knows those little solar irradiance differences brought by the winter solstice – even thought I live in the tropic.
There’s something about like more than 50 of us, dressed in the same garb, and me just staring at the altar while walking around 200m stretch.
Pray for us when you get to heaven, Lola. Let the scent of incense replace the tobacco’s smell you used to smoke. In heaven, you’ll find amusement more satisfying than that of solitaire. You’ll wear there the finest skirts we didn’t get to shop here and even if you eat a lot, you’ll maintain that slim figure I unfortunately didn’t inherit.
Here’s to those who are not afraid to chase after their dreams but are somehow afraid they will hurt some people in the process.