True love needs no words. It only needs to be true to be audible in its silence.
Our love affair is like an egg Nga kulang sa parayeg. Wa lumlomi, natun-ogan — Unwarmed by himongaan. An egg is like my love for you, Nagdamgo nga motubo. Nag-waiting’s love nimong i-match Aron kining egg mo-hatch. Your love for me is such an egg Giping-ut sa pasalig — Imong saad, empty promise, Bugnaw pa’s [Continue reading…]
With Christmas just around the bend, we find it opportune to offer incense starter kits for those who burn incense for prayer, particularly those who are just starting the practice. These are sold in sets. Items are not sold individually. These items are hard to find — if ever — here in Cebu or in [Continue reading…]
Ang usa sa Napulo’g Duha nga ginganla’g Judas, ang Iskariote, miduol sa mga pangulong pari ug miingon, “Akong ibaligya ninyo ang akong higala. Pila’y inyong palit?” Gibayran nila si Judas og katloan ka salaping pilak. Sukad kaniadto, wala na mahimutang si Judas. Nagpunay na siya’g pangita og paagi nga matugyan si Jesus ngadto kanila. [Padayona og basa kining dugoong sugilanon.]
One click of a mouse or cell phone button. That’s all the effort it will take for useful information to be sent to many. That’s also the same amount of effort to send misinformation to many. Welcome to the world of viral communication brought about by information technology. Information technology is a double-edged sword. In the hands of a vigilant and thinking user, it can be used to virally spread inspiration, hope, healing, and timely and accurate information. In the hands of morons—of which there are countless here in Cebu, the Philippines, and, as a matter of fact, the whole world—it can be the Sword of Destruction. For fairness’ sake, most of those morons are well-meaning—but morons just the same. (Why? You actually think good intention is the precondition to being not a moron?) [ Read the full article ]
Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation. —Kahlil Gibran