Sa pagpasok ng illegal Chinese, mawawala ang Kristiyanismo sa RP

Posted by watchmen
March 9, 2020
Posted in OPINION

INSPIRASYON SA BUHAY: “… Ipapalusob kayo ni Yahweh sa isang bansang mula pa sa kabilang panig ng daigdig. Hindi ninyo alam ang kanilang wika. Simbilis ng agila na sasalakayin nila kayo…” (Deuteronomio 28:49, Ang Tanging Daan Bibliya).   *** BANTA SA PAGKAWALA NG KRISTIYANISMO SA PILIPINAS, NAGAGANAP NA: Batay sa pahayag ng Lider Disipulo ng …

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Schools emphasize safety

Posted by watchmen
March 9, 2020
Posted in OPINION

Following the fatal stabbing of Grade 10 student Alexes Ginese last month outside the Visayan Maritime Academy (VMA), VMA chairperson, Atty. John N. Orola, convened school principals and their representatives; parents councils; and the owners of boarding houses, internet cafes, and billiard operations for a dialogue with the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) and the …

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Faith heals our blindness

Posted by watchmen
March 7, 2020
Posted in OPINION

That gospel episode about the blind man whose vision was restored because of his great faith gives us a good lesson to learn. (cfr Lk 18, 35-43) And that is that we have to be like that blind man eager to ask Christ for a cure. Regardless of how others may restrain us from getting …

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Don’t agonize, organize!

Posted by watchmen
March 7, 2020
Posted in OPINION

In a CNBC report a few days ago, a bleak declaration sums up the impact of the COVID-19, “Coronavirus wipes out $1.7 trillion in US stock market value in two days!” I am not fanning an alarmist mentality here, but it is clear that investors are fleeing the riskier assets amid intense fears about the …

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The sense of accountability

Posted by watchmen
March 6, 2020
Posted in OPINION

  “From everyone who has been given much, much will be required. And from him who has been entrusted with much, even more will be demanded.” (Lk 12, 48) Words of Christ that clearly tell us we need to sharpen our sense of accountability. If in our ordinary businesses, we have to do some serious …

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The PNP chief has no backbone

Posted by watchmen
March 6, 2020
Posted in OPINION

“Don’t find fault, find a remedy.” –Henry Ford It’s been over a week since Philippine National Police (PNP) chief, Police General Archie Francisco Gamboa. Threatened to relieve regional police directors who were unable to stop illegal gambling operations in their respective jurisdictions. I immediately expressed skepticism that illegal gambling, which is deeply rooted in the …

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Pagpabor ng Kongreso sa ABS-CBN, pagtataksil sa katarungan

Posted by watchmen
March 6, 2020
Posted in OPINION

INSPIRASYON SA BUHAY: “… ‘Magkakaroon… ng mga salot sa iba’t ibang dako’…” (si Jesus, ang ating Diyos at Tagapagligtas na Siyang Diyos Ama, Anak, at Espiritu Santo, sa Lucas 21:11, Ang Tanging Daan Bibliya).   *** PAGPABOR NG KONGRESO SA ABS-CBN, PAGTATAKSIL SA KATARUNGAN: Ewan ko lang kung nare-realize ng mga senador at ng mga …

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Drink to your health

Posted by watchmen
March 6, 2020
Posted in OPINION

Swirlit claims it is the world’s first oral health drink. Before we are accused of advertising the product, Swirlit was actually featured in dailymail.co. It’s “good for your teeth,” the website said. Swirlit is the brainchild of Dr. Angie Lang, 42, a dentist from Sydney, Australia. She told dailymai.co that sugary and acidic drinks are …

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Goodbye fillings: Tooth enamel regrows

Posted by watchmen
March 5, 2020
Posted in OPINION

Chinese researchers have created a new gel that enables the tooth enamel to repair itself. The research was led by Dr. Ruikang Tang of the Department of Chemistry and Center for Biomaterials and Biopathways, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China. The co-researchers were from the Department of Physics, Research Institute for Biomimetic and Soft Matter, Jiujiang …

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Improving the Philippine economic engine

Posted by watchmen
March 5, 2020
Posted in OPINION

A country’s economy can be likened to a big engine. And just like an actual engine, it has to be fine-tuned, tweaked, or even upgraded, to be as efficient a machine as it can be. Lately, there have been some actions to make sure that the Philippine economic engine will, potentially, become a more efficient …

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