December 13, 2019

Automatically laying blame on the environmentalists for the toppling of a few trees due to the catastrophic blow of Typhoon Tisoy is rather a hasty generalization. Even an oversimplification perhaps.


Granting that the uprooting of some trees found alongside the widened...

December 13, 2019

December 7 has always been a special day of prayer for our family. On this day we would light two candles and say a little prayer (1) in memory of my father whose birthday falls on this day, and (2) to mark the anniversary of the Japanese attack on the naval base in Pe...

December 13, 2019

Rinadas kan bagyong Tisoy an enterong Kabikolan, gabos pati itinaas an sinyal numero 3 sa anom na provincias asin pitong ciudades. An tood ngani kan PAGASA asin ni Mike Padua haling Catanduanes an makusog na duros ni Tisoy matugpa sa Partido area kan Camarines Sur, dan...

December 13, 2019

God, where are You these days? The world is in turmoil. From Afghanistan to Iraq, from Syria to Nigeria, from Somalia to Yemen, people, young and old alike, are dying because of the atrocities brought about by war. In my own backyard, from Luzon to Mindanao, people are...

December 13, 2019

Read this paragraph:


One of the most severe effects of poverty in the ____________ is that poor children enter school with this readiness gap, and it grows as they get older. Children feel alienated from society; suffer insecurities because of their socioeconomic statu...

December 13, 2019

The famous Nelson Mandela once said that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” True indeed, but not just education. Education must espouse the dimensions of  quality education. Mandela’s comment of course in 2003 comes 10 years...

December 13, 2019

Everyone braced themselves for it, and then it ran through all of us. A massive evil spirit that crept across the land, dragging with it anything that was bold enough to stand on its way.  Typhoons, we have them regularly, yet they would come seemingly strong as ever....

December 13, 2019

As the 30th SEA games draws to its conclusion tonight with the colorful Parade of Nations, the whole country is at its euphoria as it celebrates a windfall of  149 gold medals and more bronze and silver medals with a total of about 530 medals all to its credit. In an i...

December 13, 2019

Tigsik ko an kasuguan ni tatay nindo 
Paludon, mga kahoy sa may tinampo
Ta kun igwa nin  makusugon na bagyo
Sa mga poste nin kuryente perwisyo

Tigsik ko an mga gustong magtanom
Nin mga  kahoy o anuman na tinanom
Sa  bulod logod o sa libod kan harong
Dai makaapekto kun m...

December 6, 2019

It will still take much time and effort to determine the number of the casualties and full extent of the damages caused by the latest severe weather disturbance that hit the country, most especially  the Bicol region. It may even be next to impossible to measure it mor...

December 6, 2019

“I will give you this but promise me you will write me a book about them. 


It was Kristian (Cordero) talking. I looked at his “this” and it was a thick, large book; I checked his “them” and they were “saints.” One hundred of them.


I looked at Kristian again. He was ser...

December 6, 2019

There was a time in old Naga when at 6 pm Cathedral bells would ring and everybody would pause for evening prayer. Calesas would stop, motor vehicles would come to a halt, and everybody in the streets would stand still to pray the Angelus.


It was one of the most beauti...

December 6, 2019

Arog kan SEA Games na nagbugkos kan mga Pilipino, si Tisoy, an bagyo nagbunyog kan mga Bikolano.


Pambihira ta ngonyan lang naaraman ko na an anom na provincias asin pitong ciudades kan Kabikolan may pig-itaas na sinyal numero 1 asin numero 2 , makusog an duros, makusog...

December 6, 2019

Taking a ride from anywhere in Naga, you’ll probably run through Elias Angeles or General Luna which sandwiches Plaza Rizal and Plaza Quezon, and probably get off somewhere along or the other side of the former plaza. In the morning, you’d get a good sunlight while tak...

December 6, 2019

Tigsik ko kun may paabuton na bagyo
Nagkakasiribot na gayo an mga tawo
Nagbabarakal nin trapal, plastik, sako
Pampatos nin mga gamit ta pasiguro

Tigsik ko kun igwa nin mga kalamidad 
Mga negosyante nakakaguda nanggad
An iba  minapalangkaw  man kantidad
Sa  pagkagan...

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