Monthly Archives: June 2009

On Reliability, Weaknesses, and, Dispensability

I remember taking a sort of personality/trait test on facebook a few weeks ago. The result I got, as expected from the choice stereotypical outcomes, was “reliability”. I admit that I am at times proud, that, like Cebu Pacific, I … Continue reading

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With Great Hearing Comes Great Responsibility.

I was on my way to the Katipunan LRT station via a UP-Katipunan jeep the other day, when a group of seven students (most likely freshmen) rode the jeep. As there was nothing else to listen to aside from the … Continue reading

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Of the Prophet Daniel, Dr. C. Everett Koop, and, Politics

I’m still a few hours away from finishing Philip Yancey’s Soul Survivor, a book that discusses the lives of thirteen unlikely people who have influenced his faith. One of those people Yancey discussed was the former surgeon general of the … Continue reading

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