Thought it’s just loud so I didn’t pay attention I ignored them again because they are noisy They were the one of those bands who makes lousy music Sing songs which for me were absurd and meaningless Yet it haunted me that cold and starless night Their music which I considered trash reached my … Continue reading Storytellers
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I am not writing a review, but I would like to share my thoughts about the Dr. Romantic series. Do not worry because it will not contain any spoilers. I am not a fan of watching in general. I drag my feet during movie dates with friends. I'll watch the primetime news at home and would rather … Continue reading Thoughts on Dr. Romantic Series
The Magi Visit the Messiah (Matthew 2:1-12) 2 After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship … Continue reading Epiphany Sunday
Think of all the things which happened last year. Think of all the things you accomplished and you failed to do. Think of the relationships you've build and the friendships you lost. Think of the things you wish to forget but cannot do. Think of the things you discovered regarding yourself. Think of the questions … Continue reading Starting the Year
It's a couple of days before 2020 ends, so my eagerness to have a fresh start further intensifies. This year is indeed one of those "hard years" for me. I thought that 2019 is hard enough, but this year gave me a taste of something equally difficult, just in a different form. 2020 had been … Continue reading Lessons from 2020
Classes in public schools started three weeks ago. Prior to opening of classes, there were a lot of discussion about the modules produced by the Department of Education for various distance learning modalities to be used this school year. After the opening of classes, those with family members who received a copy of the modules … Continue reading The Concept of Self-Learning Modules
These past couple of weeks, the issues on module errors have been a trend among students, parents, and educators. After the long debate, another related issue rose: “Do not blame the teachers.” Wait, most of the teachers are not reacting to the issue at all. It is the parents and the Department of Education who … Continue reading Errors on Self-Learning Modules: Who is Responsible?
I askedfor dreamsto come true.Then you came,and I learneda lesson instead. I read a book,to lose insomeone's world.Now I haveto facemy own reality. I waitedfor time to stop.Impossible!Now I'm wishingthat I couldturn back the handsof the clock. I thoughtthat someonewould catch me.I should haveused the parachute. I restedbut overslept.Guessed I shouldstop procrastinating. Last nightI drankto … Continue reading Realizations
I cried. For the summer droughtand the flooding rains. For the thingsI lose and gain. For the occasional happinessand regular ruefulness. For the carI dreamed of andfor the busI have to catch. For my hands that can clench,but cannot hold tight. For my hopes,and for my fearswhich shatteredmy dreams. For the lessonsI have learned,and the … Continue reading I Cried