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Close to Home | Thoughts made tangible

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article entitled Healing with Water. It was about the late Japanese author and modern scientist Masaru Emoto…

Editorial | Be calm but vigilant

The Department of Health, in its latest report (Jan 29, 12pm) exhorted the public to be calm but vigilant in the midst of all the…

Rough Cuts | Rodriguez family pushed to the wall?

When it comes to making our personal position on issues about introduction of development projects that supposedly redound to the welfare of communities we always…

Random Thoughts | On nation-building

“As this administration enters its fourth year, I am hopeful that all our policies and programs for the improved welfare of our citizens and the…

Honoring my Mother | Repair resole rezip

What to do, what to do. Decisions always require deep thoughts, accompanied by the official hand-on-chin, and a little shaking of the head. At least…

Rough Cuts | Is the waiting getting longer?

Four years ago we were requested by our daughter to enroll her two kids, both transferees, at the Davao Special Education School (SPED) in Bangkal,…

Random Thoughts | The culprit: Teacher education

“How do we recruit and sustain smart people in the teaching profession? Through financial incentives, yes, but more than that, through intellectual stimulation. Furthermore, metacognition…

Editorial | The garbage plague

Garbage is a major environmental issue. In the recent Eco Summit 2020 held at the Ateneo de Davao University last Friday, the city reported solid…

Honoring my Mother | Sister mom to all

For quite a time, from kindergarten to all of elementary and high school, she was second mom to us five boys in a brood of…

Editorial | SARS, MERS and now, nCov

The 2019-nCoV or the Wuhan coronavirus is feared to have spread across the globe and, unlike the SARS (Sever Acute Respiratory Syndrome) in 2003 and…

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