Rising Above Failure

It’s been a few weeks then since the last time I wrote. It was great to be back in the habit again for some time after the holy week as we called it here in Mani­la. Dur­ing the holy week, I have noth­ing to do but to read books, watch movies I’ve watched before, and...

Why Volunteering Can Develop Your Leadership Skills

I remem­ber 10 years ago when one of my class­mates in col­lege encour­aged me to be part of the stu­dent gov­ern­ment in which I refused because I don’t like to asso­ciate with peo­ple. I’m an intro­vert and I had oth­er impor­tant things to do and I want...

Permission Granted

Sometimes there are things that we think we cannot do without a permission. Like permission to perform because you haven’t ask your manager for promotion. Probably permission to start writing a book, because you think you need people’s approval. Or it could be...

Coding For Jesus

Whether we like it or not, tech­nol­o­gy has already invad­ed the world. The inter­net was born dur­ing the 1980’s, and it changed the life in this world for­ev­er. Chris­tian­i­ty is always counter-cul­ture for one rea­son, “it cre­ates cul­ture”. Through­out the...

The Tyranny of Being Picked

Yes­ter­day, we just had our quar­ter­ly meet­ing in the orga­ni­za­tion I chose to coop­er­ate with, to lead with and to serve with. We have been serv­ing our co-employ­ees for their holis­tic devel­op­ment in terms of phys­i­cal well-being, and finan­cial...

If you are complaining read this…

Do you hate the cur­rent gov­ern­ment? What about your life? What about the polit­i­cal issues around? I’ve noticed that social media has been a great tool for us to express our­selves, our ideas, and our emo­tions but today, it makes more peo­ple divi­sive than ever...