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Why Covid 19 is Politics and Economics?

Many countries, cities and provinces are in a lockdown or in a community quarantine. In the airport, Lufthansa which is the biggest airplane recently flew with only five passengers. Dream flight of United Airlines that used to be full packed with 280 passenger have been flying previously with only fifty or less travellers. Likewise, airplanes […]

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Of Waters, Floods, Travels

            The next time you travel to where Frank Sinatra left his heart that is in San Francisco, be sure that your drinking water will be in a refillable aluminum thermos or recyclable glass, certified compostable water bottles, or boxed water.             Be sure to empty before security check, however. Anyway, filtered water is provided […]

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Begin the Begin

James Allen, the author of the best- known book, “As a Man Thinketh,” in one of his lesser known books, “Byways of Blessedness”, devotes his entire first chapter to beginnings. The invitation of publisher/owner Lelia Chua- Sy to come back to column writing is exciting and heart fattening. How should the least qualified start to […]

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Why The Memorial Day, Is This Biblical?

The Memorial Day that we celebrate in the United States of America began with the ending of the Civil War. Spectacular! We remember those people who built America. Abraham Lincoln who is called the Great Emancipator for his emancipation proclamation 1863 or Proclamation 95, a presidential proclamation or Lincoln’s executive order as then USA president […]

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Assurance of Salvation: He Died. He Was Buried. He Rose Again On the Third Day.

A The two dominant sects among the Jews at the time of Christ were the Sadducees and the Pharisees. Although both of these believed in the Divine inspiration of the Scriptures, they both refused to believe that Jesus was the Messiah. In a recent BBC News report, it says, that there are many alleging Christians […]

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2019: Homecoming

Watching the Christmas video (at left) of my two bachelors, Janrico and Ricky, the younger and the youngest, amongst my five kids, was a touching moment. Really, it is. We planned for a reunion in Christmas 2017 but was aborted. Last Sunday, I did not forsake the assembling of one another with fellow believers and found […]

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My However In USA

Why would an old man come to USA when during his younger age would say “I do not need America. What can be earned in USA can also be earned in the Philippines?” Back in 1991, I rejected the opportunity as news reporter of a newspaper in Guam (although, I applied for it) while Mary […]

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