Kamusta Ka?

by Jenalyn Umpad Kumusta ka? Kapag tinatanong natin ito sa ating kausap, ang nasa isip natin sila, alam natin na sila ang sentro ng pag-uusap na ito, hayaan nating ikwento nila ang nasa puso nila, ang kwentuhang ito ay para sa kanya, hindi para sa iyo.Pero minsan ang salitang ito ay tagong sigaw na "kumustahin-mo-naman-ako"... Continue Reading →

Putting Myself Out There… Here

by Lt. Col. Vicky Blancaflor I was once a writer in our school publication -- a literary editor and a columnist.  I thought then that my style had wit, humor, irony and criticism of what I felt was the oppressive status quo of my existence. I loved the feeling when people tell me they like... Continue Reading →

Assumption Malibay Solidarity Prayer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Q0ji1pbh40&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3ZIGdcKb8sQwhn2SVmkgq-ZwXr571RLi5S4NgJJYGTFLsVSEUizq50mhY Marami sa atin ay nababalot ng takot…Kailan ba matatapos and covid-19 na sakit ang dulot?Ang puso natin sa pangamba’y nababalot,Kaya naman sa mga pagkaing temporal karamihay nanghakot… Kahit madame sa atin ay nangangamba,Taimtim kaming mga madre ng Assumption ay nakikiisa,Sa pagsamo ng mga dalangin kami’y napupuno ng pag-asa,Sa mga puso ay nagbibigay sigla…Sa Ama... Continue Reading →

Pagod ka na ba?

by: Sr. Joy A. De Vera, RA I was a novice then when I was assigned to be with the fisher folks for a 10-day immersion program in a small island called Sitio Caybubo in Bagac, Bataan. I became very close to a 11-year old boy named Jay-Jay. One Sunday, I was able to convince... Continue Reading →

“Father, why have you forsaken me?”

Photo by Noel Celis/AFP Reflection written by Johanne Arceo It still baffles me why they wanted to kill Jesus so much. Why would they go as far as torturing him? What could have possibly caused such outrageous hatred? All these unsettling questions lead me to a more unsettling realization: Evil is real. Evil -- the... Continue Reading →

DEAR OMG

When I had my community exposure in Assumption Antipolo, one of the school activities that put me in awe was their “DEAR time”. It is a set scheduled time, where everyone in the school community will Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R). So, when I was invited to give a morning talk to grade 11, I... Continue Reading →

Ginoo, salamat sa bag-ong kinabuhi nga imong gihatag. Salamat sa bag-ong higayon diin maka-alagad ako kanimo pinaagi sa akong mga buluhaton ug mga tulumanon. Amen.

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