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Huwag kang mangamba

Huwag kang mangamba, ‘di ka nag-iisa Sasamahan kita, saan man magpunta Ika’y mahalaga sa ‘King mga mata Minamahal kita, minamahal kita This holy week, let us take a break and reflect. Let’s all reflect on the Lord and his eternal and unconditional love for us. For he dies for us, to save us and to assure us that he is always there through all the storms in life. Let me share this video – this is an excerpt from the “Sa iyong mga yapak”, a lenten concert from the Philippine

  All my life, I’ve been a fan of art. It inspires me to be more creative in my own little way. The strokes, the lively aura, the smooth lines and sketches and the splash of colors in every canvas makes me think of so many things – ideas, passion, expressions and love. And for this I got inspired to draw and to paint. I would’ve been an artist myself if not for my parent’s objection (much to my dismay). But I’m still doing art, and I’m using pastels and

There’s this thing about love that makes me feel giddy, melancholic, hopeful, happy, sad, inspired and many more. Too much emotions I should say, but no words can express fully on how love can makes us feel, that all I know is that love is the most beautiful that ever happened to all of us. Last valentines day, I had a chance to watch the world-renowned choral group serenading us on this very day at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Spending the day with the Philippine Madrigal Singers (also

As a chorister, I admire Filipino musicians and artists who are proud to showcase their originality and to showcase their love for music. I admire Filipinos who made it big, expanding their audience and to share the music globally. at this time, Filipinos are patronizing foreign music. Sad as it seems, there are less people who are not patronizing OPM, maybe because of the growing jeje community, that if only OPM music today can be as good as OPM music way back… Music is a vital part of our culture.

I was invited to be part of Manila By night v3.0 last December 30, 2014 by the Powerhouse G5, and unlike last year’s event, we went on different places to capture Manila’s historic sceneries that are often neglected by everyone. This event is open for photographers, history buffs and those who want to explore Manila after the sun sets, as we explore Manila in a different setting. We went on different places, starting from Casa Boix in Quiapo, Nakpil-Bautista house, Ocampo compound, Quiapo Church, Plaza Sta. Cruz, Escolta, Binondo, Manila

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