Archive for July, 2012

People Around Us

My godson is spot on when he said he would like to be surrounded by people who are positive thinkers and successful in their own fields. He understands that the people around him can and will influence him, and that being said, he would like to be influenced in a way that is beneficial to him, his wife, and future children. Read the rest of this entry »

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Debt of Gratitude

Soon after moving back to the city, the plan was for me to work as a sales agent and, at the same time, set up a new company. Having lived in Boracay the previous five years, I knew what life was like in the island. One thing I could not bring myself to accept was to have my own child study in that island. So when I decided to get married, my soon-to-be-wife agreed that we should live in the city. Read the rest of this entry »

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When People Are Real

There is something about people that gets to me – reality distortion. Some of you may have never heard of that term, while some may have heard about it from news sources soon after Steve Jobs died. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why Are My Sons in Xavier School?

Our children attended PACE Academy for two years. At that time, the decision to enroll them there was based solely on convenience. To be clear, I did ask around and the opinion of those who have their children enrolled at PACE was generally positive – at that time. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Father

If I say that a father’s love for his child is immeasurable, would I be wrong? If I say a father would go to great lengths to protect his child, would I be wrong? If I say a father is willing to die so that his child could live, would I be wrong? Read the rest of this entry »

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