As part of my Ethics and Corporate Service Responsivity (CSR) course, we are required to render at least six hours of Service Learning Activity (SLA). Our group agreed on a book drive for the children being ministered by Doulos for Christ World Harvest Ministry (DFC). Every Saturday they have J12 Kids Service, 5:30 PM at… Continue reading I dream with their children . . .
I am not born a leader. I have known that from the start. I have no commanding presence and neither am I charismatic or eloquent. I have no voice among many nor do I challenge a thought. I do not insist myself nor argue just to emphasize my point. I simply stand in one corner… Continue reading GREAT LEADERS need GREAT FOLLOWERS
Our class is required to have a service learning activity. As soon as I heard it, the light bulb in my head lighted. In excitement, my mind started to run at 200 kmp with pictures of the sea, the mountains, the forest and the rice terraces flashing in my mind. At the back of my… Continue reading Saving the EARTH: 1 TREE at a TIME
I feel old in my forties. Don’t get me wrong, I am not depressed, burned-out or feeling defeated. Neither am I sick or dying. On the contrary, I feel more alive and blessed now. There is sense of purpose and meaning into my life. These days, I am seeing how good the Lord has been… Continue reading Feeling OLD at 40’s++
I was talking to several friends a week ago. As always, the topic is our children, work and married life. While reviewing for my class, I still could not shake-off in my mind the stories we shared. Funny how some terminologies I encounter can be explained by our life story. I have interwoven our stories… Continue reading Nina & Ben
Researching on a case study for my Ethic class, I came across "Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Act" or House Bill 4477. Out of curiosity, I made a survey from five friends of different background. I asked a doctor from Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO), a priest, a mother, a student and a pediatrician… Continue reading Marijuana
As a requirement for my Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) class, we are required to render six hours of service learning. My group mates presented two options for our CSR project – dengue awareness or book drive with outreach to disadvantaged children. I wanted something different. I wanted a nature conservation activity. In fact,… Continue reading Seed of HOPE