Opinion

The slippery slope to self-indulgence

We have to be wary of this danger that is clearly becoming widespread. Self-indulgence is a constant threat, especially these days when good and evil are so mixed up that we would mostly likely be left confused and easily taken

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Why impeach a loser?

Why are they impeaching him when he is no longer president, anyway? Of course the reader knows I am referring to American President Donald Trump who has already been unseated by Joe Biden. I heard later, though, that if he

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Freedom of thought

Four of the country’s most prestigious universities have issued a joint statement to belie an outrageous claim by Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade Jr. of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC) that Philippine universities are recruitment

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Online learnings

After going through a half a school year of online learning, my two high school kids have come to the conclusion that it generally sucks. My freshman (is it freshperson now?) daughter didn’t like it from the start as she

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What’s between COVID and sports?

Have you noticed that there is one area where the COVID fears do not have some effects? I am referring to basketball, volleyball and golf where the players seem  impervious to the international phobia against this virus. Maybe athletes do

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Rising prices

Faced with the soaring price of food products, government has finally vowed relief by imposing stricter measures on retailers and a possible 60-day price freeze on pork, chicken, fish and vegetables in Metro Manila. Metro Manila mayors have signed an

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Formation for the new normal

We need to pause if only to figure out how we can meet our need for continuing education and formation under and for the new normal. Things are quite different now, and there are bases to think that these differences

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When loyalty is misplaced

Like any other oil consumers, I felt very happy when I read a headline saying that oil prices  had been rolled back. Alas, my excitement turned to disappointment when the next announcement said the rollback was only five centavos for

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Still building

The Fitch Solutions Country Risk and Industry Research expects the Philippine construction industry to enjoy a double-digit growth of 13 percent this year as revived infrastructure projects are seen helping the country recover from the pandemic-induced recession. “Infrastructure will be

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Sense of responsibility and abandonment

We should develop the proper sense of responsibility and abandonment. Given our human condition that is marked both by power and weakness, talents and limitations, we should feel responsible for everything in our life as much as possible, as well

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