I think, in my lifetime, I've never been part of such a time as this, where people are so divided over what they think is right versus what is wrong. I'm speaking of President Duterte; his unconventional, even controversial ways of implementing the changes he wants to see in our country. So much has already been said … Continue reading How then shall Christians respond?
...Being oblivious to eternity leaves us experts in the trivial and novices in the significant. If life's greatest certainty is death, wouldn't it be foolish not to prepare for what lies beyond this life? -Randy Alcorn, Money, Possessions and Eternity
My classmates and I undertook a project last semester on the public’s knowledge of the term “Optometry” or “Optometrist”. I already know, by firsthand experience, what kind of answers we will be getting even without documenting it. Nevertheless, it was a great experiment because it opened my classmates’ eyes on how the public sees optometrists, … Continue reading Why Optometrist
First time to Hong Kong? Here are my suggestions on what you need to consider: 1. Accommodations Hong Kong is one of the world's most expensive cities to live in. In fact, it ranked No. 2 in Mercer’s Cost of Living survey. So, expect hotels to be expensive. Good thing, though, if you're on a budget, there are many … Continue reading Hong Kong tips for the Pinoy Tourist
I wrote this thoughts on Facebook a few months back and promised a friend I'll post it here for quick referencing: Just an observation. Thinkers are increasingly becoming harder to find among young people today. By that I don't mean smart in the sense of books and the ability to memorize--that is, in fact, in … Continue reading Generation Me