Category: christmas

rizal on christ: a divine man

Today is Christmas Eve. This is the feast that I like to celebrate best. It reminds me of the many happy days not only of my childhood but also of history. Whether Christ was born or not exactly on this … Continue reading

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Sensing Life

By Victor Peñaranda As the year branches to an end Two woodpeckers work busily On the dry bone of ilang-ilang tree Zapped by lightning a few months ago. I can taste the ruins of rainforests While walking across an empty … Continue reading

Reflections on Christmas

By Elmer Ordonez THE season readily evokes thoughts of family, of being together, sharing food on the table, and most important of all love for each other expressed with gifts, hugs and other ways. Yuletide is indeed meant for the … Continue reading

christmas 2010

if memory serves, not since the erap impeachment trial of 2000 has the holiday season been as politically charged as this one.   the acquittal of hubert webb et al continues to be front page news, with former nbi directors exchanging … Continue reading

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