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The closure comes 'at the worst of times' as the nation battles the coronavirus pandemic
'It may be easy, though not always and definitely not all the time, to help those close to us, but the question remains: how about those who are distant and far from us?'
For those who have faith, death is not the end of life but marks the beginning of another journey. It is when life is transformed, and all of life’s sorrows are converted into a passage into another realm.
'When this nightmare finally comes to an end, we will wake up to a radically changed world. It can never be the same again. But the way our world will become largely depends on the way we respond now.'
VP Leni’s recent acceptance to take on the task of co-heading the country’s controverted 'war on drugs' can perhaps best be seen in this game-changing context: an opportune time
It is our young today who rightly have stepped up, embracing the price that needs to be paid to secure our common future. Greta Thunberg has met Gina Lopez, so to speak.
What our recent experience tells us is that there is hope, imperceptible at first glance but solid at a second moment of reflection
What accounts for the success of sustained peaceful people's protests, and what undermines their short-lived 'success'?
In efforts to campaign for candidates of conscience from Otso Diretso, one truly receives more than one can imagine: people, moments, memories for a lifetime – mostly, sources of hope
'We're in the endgame now. This is the endgame of Otso Diretso,' says Ed Garcia, one of the framers of the 1987 Constitution
Our country needs men and women of integrity and independence, competence and courage, honesty and honor in our Senate so that they can take a stand on at least 7 of the critical issues that already confront us
At this juncture in our history, we are called once again to exercise our moral courage as a people: to show brave behavior in the face of risks and threats, despite all the costs. It means the ability to do the right thing in the right way in the face of one’s fears.
Do we really think that this Congress with a subservient majority can craft a Charter, independent and intelligent enough without bowing down to outside interests or powers?
The task of the hour is to transform grief into courage; intolerance into an openness of the heart; hatred into a capacity to love; and indifference into a brave brand of global citizenship
As we commemorate Independence Day 2016 it might be worth our while to reflect on the singular possibilities of a Leni Robredo vice presidency
Former 1986 Constitutional Commission member Ed Garcia who was Leni Robredo s former professor in UP writes why he s supporting her
We had put our lives on the line 30 or so years ago Now in less dramatic terms we are once again asked to take a stand to remain steadfast to envision a future bigger than ourselves