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Discerning God’s Voice

Since the start of this year, I know this year will go to be a fruit­ful and pro­duc­tive one. I sought God and, sub­mit­ted and aligned with Him all my goals and plans on how to achieve them through­out the year. Call me reli­gious but it’s my way of remind­ing myself that I…

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Does God Allow Me To Suffer?

Last week­end, a close friend from New Zealand just came. He invit­ed us to his house for home bible study with a pas­tor shar­ing his jour­ney in New Zealand as well. It was all good; I think the peo­ple who were with us end­ed giv­ing their life to Christ after­ward. Not…

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What Most Millennial Employees Need

There are so many fac­tors why mil­len­ni­als are often leav­ing the work­place. Some even can­not stay longer in one com­pa­ny for sev­er­al rea­sons. And mil­len­ni­als espe­cial­ly the younger ones are emo­tion­al at work. Pon­der­ing through my expe­ri­ences as a mil­len­ni­al employ­ee,…

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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…

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8 Habits of Highly Influential People

Have you ever won­der what it takes to be a high­ly influ­en­tial per­son? Was it a gift from God or can it be learned? Do you know some­one who is a high­ly influ­en­tial per­son? I was blessed enough because even they are few, they are my friends and my men­tors. There has…

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Dear Worry

Dear Wor­ry, You know wor­ry, you’ve been a part of my life for a long time now. You know my past and life is dif­fi­cult, but you took advan­tage of it by telling me lies about my future. You said I could nev­er make it that my prob­lems are just too big. Wor­ry, I admire…

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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 noth­ing to add up into…

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5 Rules To Follow After Your Graduation

The end of the semes­ter is just around the cor­ner again. I’ve been hear­ing grad­u­a­tion pro­ces­sion­al march songs being played all over again in my place since we live near a school. As I lis­ten to the song, I remem­ber the last time I walked on the stage to get my…

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