Imagine with me for a moment here. Imagine walking through your dark kitchen at 2 in the morning in an attempt to find your fridge. Imagine having to walk through tables, chairs, and all sorts of furniture that you’d put in your kitchen. Pretty chaotic right? Bumping into stuff here and there, getting yourself hurt … Continue reading Time To Shine
Last week was the fiery inferno of all periods in Ateneo, FINAL EXAMINATIONS. Those happened in May, but thinking about them felt like Halloween came early this year. The evil sasquatch even existed in the form of a 14-page report on predicting IMdB ratings of Yu-Gi-Oh after two decades. Thus, everyone became busy, a valid reaction … Continue reading Zac BUSY-nio, Have Mercy on Me
When we get thirsty, where do we go to? Water. That is commonly true, but we end up complicating stuff with energy drinks or sodas that have us end up even thirstier most of the time. Isn’t it cool that this is also how we walk in faith? Here’s why: A thirst always demands satisfaction. … Continue reading Need A Drink?
Again, I know I humiliated myself, so just shusshhhhh. Oh right, translations: "There is no 'forever'. She is the only one I can love." "Sir, there is really no 'forever'. You're holding a cellphone, not a Bible." Despite the ridiculousness of the one in the photos (someone I clearly do not know), their prevalent thought is … Continue reading The Bible Does Not Need a Charger
Here's me, trying to be funny. Ridiculous? Too obnoxious? Too pompous of me? Yeah, just roll with it. However, the prevalent thought of the image is: "Even if you are smart, handsome, or hunky, all of these mean nothing if you are prideful." I got this from my father who hired a graduate from a provincial university … Continue reading Hey, An Eagle can be Humble
"Add me in Facebook... I am add-orable..." Then come the hyena-like jeers and ear-popping shrieks of teenagers over the Beatles hair, chubby face, and toothless smile of the seven-year-old me (west photo). In fact, my panda-like body a decade ago became a reason for my "adorable" childhood. Mothers of my kindergarten classmates jumped on their tip toes … Continue reading I am Adorable
Most young people, even those who feel like one, have grown fond of expanding their territories, blitzkrieg-ing defenseless players, and looting 1 000 000 coins and 500 000 elixir drops to become the best chief in the game of Clash of Clans. This strategy hormone-oozer is designed for competitive players to upgrade their respective clans … Continue reading God Knows How to Play COC
"'Did God...say you must not eat the fruit from any of the trees in the garden?'" - Gen. 3:1 (NLT) Then goes the famous story of the Fall of Man: the woman eats the "apple", the man eats the "apple",God curses the slithering lizard, and the couple says … Continue reading The Father of Man
Youngsters, even those who entered that stage before adolescence, probably had an experience where the decisions of their fathers do not make any sense at all. Instances in my life related to the confusion are my dad's choices of not allowing me to take the NC III Bookkeeping Exam of TESDA (Technical Education and Skills Development … Continue reading Dads Don’t Make Sense, or Do They?
The term "YOLO", an acronym for "You Only Live Once", has been an influential trend to many people around the world today, from media, social networks, hearsays, and societies they are parts of. This quote sometimes sounds comical and humorous that people tend to create non-senses out of the term in their individual decisions in … Continue reading He says YOLO