Kasambahay Bill is now a Law

Kasambahay Bill is 2-way after all So, I’ve heard that the Kasambahay bill has now been made into a law. Many people have raised protests over the passing of the bill, seeing it as one-sided in favor of the helper (kasambahay). The truth is, there have been reports of abusive employers; you see it reported once in a while on the news. But the number of abusive helpers is bigger, as far as I have experienced.   Just recently, a post has been circulating about a maid who pushed her employer down the stairs and smashed her head bloody with a […]

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Manny Pacquiao: Who stands behind the fallen hero?

What happens when the lights dim and the glory fades away? One of the greatest boxers ever to have lived, fallen face down on the canvas on a fight that will go down in boxing history – that’s a fact. How do you think Manny Pacquiao feels? I think the answer is what everyone but his wife, Jinky Pacquiao is afraid to say out loud. In an interview, she said that she stayed in the side and didn’t push the topic of his boxing future much because it hurt her so much to see him down. “Hindi s’ya makapaniwala” (He can’t […]

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A year in exile

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about my faith. I had some growing up to do. As people close to me know very well, I am very passionate by nature. I’m the crash and burn type. When I came to receive Jesus into my life, I pursued sharing the gospel to women, children and to those who have lost hope as I had, once. I still believe that the desires that I have, the dreams and ambitions that I have for our family and for the the ministry that I believe that we are called in are from God. […]

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