“Have you read the Bible?” I was asked one day. “Yes, I have.” I said. “So you’re a Christian?” I nodded and smiled. I feel like I know where this is going. “I don’t mean to offend you or anything, but I don’t like Christianity. I don’t believe in what it espouses. After all, who… Continue reading Where people are misled, and why.
I suppose in the end, the whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye. -Life of Pi. I sat quietly, pensive, at hearing those words. Piscine Patel was sharing his story about that fateful day Richard Parker, his tiger companion in… Continue reading Of tigers and quick departures
I’ve been meaning to do some trekking in El Nido since finding out last year that there was this option aside from the island hopping tours. While El Nido is more famous for its beaches, the allure does not fall short for its mountain cliffs, particularly the limestone cliffs that so beautifully line up the… Continue reading Savoring Mt. Taraw – El Nido
You know this story. Your whole family (relatives, extended relatives, balikbayans) come over for one big reunion, somewhere in a province. It’s a whole barangay of a family, typical Filipino. One night, you all go out for dinner. Now the whole process of leaving the hotel, the walking to the restaurant, the deciding of what to… Continue reading Relative fun