Journals: Jubilant Journey through Musings and Memories

As much as I love to wander and wonder, I used to lock myself in my own world — wordsmith’s abode — my journals. I have ceased from blogging in … Continue reading “Journals: Jubilant Journey through Musings and Memories”

Foretaste of Time Travel: ATTA CALABARZON’s Retro Christmas Party

It was a glam moment of gleeful ATTA CALABARZON family garbed in 1960’s outfits for Christmas party After the successful and historic first B2B, the tourism soirée turned into a … Continue reading “Foretaste of Time Travel: ATTA CALABARZON’s Retro Christmas Party”

Historic 1st ATTA CALABARZON’s B2B Event: A Remarkable Milestone

ATTA CALABARZON’s historic first business to business (B2B) event was crowned with success at the Queen Margarette Hotel on November 29, 2016, dubbed as “B2B: CALABARZON to ASEAN to the … Continue reading “Historic 1st ATTA CALABARZON’s B2B Event: A Remarkable Milestone”

Tales from the Iconic and Classic British Red Telephone Box

“Much unhappiness has come into the world because of bewilderment and things left unsaid.” Fyodor Dostoyevsky HELLO! Not Adele’s ‘Hello’ though. Hello! It’s more than a friendly greeting, garnished with … Continue reading “Tales from the Iconic and Classic British Red Telephone Box”

Of Rose and Rosebud: Could You Give God a Deadline?

“Love is like the wild rose-briar; Friendship like the holly-tree. The holly is dark when the rose-briar blooms, but which will bloom most constantly?” Emily Brontë Some years ago, a … Continue reading “Of Rose and Rosebud: Could You Give God a Deadline?”

Absolute Reliance on God: Traveling Missionary’s Lifestyle

“Our heavenly Father has a thousand ways to provide for us, of which we know nothing.” ― Ellen G. White “If it’s God’s will, it’s His bill”. Whenever Kuya Gem … Continue reading “Absolute Reliance on God: Traveling Missionary’s Lifestyle”

Of Principles and Preferences

“I love you, but I’m not waiting for you.” This short, yet profound title of a blog entry hit me hard. It reminded me of a history of an unrequited … Continue reading “Of Principles and Preferences”

How Dean Anderson Polished AUP Orchestra’s String Ensemble for a Concert

It’s an abrupt, yet astonishing concert with the virtuoso Conductor, Dean Anderson, Director of Orchestral Studies, La Sierra University (USA). “ Dean Anderson has successfully conducted numerous orchestras of all … Continue reading “How Dean Anderson Polished AUP Orchestra’s String Ensemble for a Concert”

A Visit to the Lonely Lion Part 2

It’s not in the blogosphere where I first bumped into this creative writer. I got acquainted with his articles in CQ (Collegiate Quarterly) many years ago. It’s just surprising how we end up collaborating. … Continue reading “A Visit to the Lonely Lion Part 2”