Analyzing Weakness

“I will rather glory in my weaknesses..” Those words baffled me. How could someone seriously boast in his weakness? Aren’t weaknesses detestable, even shameful? Doesn’t it devalue us as honorable respect-worthy humans? Shouldn’t we hate it, eliminate it, kill it, so that we may grow into maturity? Aren’t the purpose of all those leadership programs, […]

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The Greatest Compliment

“I see Jesus in you.” Imagine longing for something. Multiply that feeling by thirty. And then fast forward the time to twenty years from now while you’re still holding on to that ever-growing longing feeling. Then, suddenly one day, someone mentioned to you that that something you’ve been longing, which feels really out of reach, […]

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The Identity of RightValley

Disclaimer Alert: Please take in mind that what you will be reading below is written from a perspective of a person who is pitching RightValley. RightValley is a company I started to found last year. Below you will take a glimpse of the heart of a company whose foundations started way before it was even […]

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Learning How To Love

What would it look like if I would love like crazy? What would it look like if I would give my all and just give all of the love I can give expecting absolutely nothing in return, and persist in it? As I sit in my chair trying to wrestle a hyperactive nocturnal brain, I […]

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Gaining Weight

“Pyl, nibus-ok ka” Those three words are music to my ears. Especially these two months where I travelled back to my hometown to meet with family and old friends. It has been my lifelong desire to gain weight, but the years proved to me its almost an impossible task. It seemed like I did what I could — I worked […]

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Breathing

It’s crazy how insane my schedule is. It’s crazy how many things are going on simultaneously. It’s crazy how many things I need to keep my mind on. It’s crazy how I am not stepping up to the responsibilities given to me. I am writing this for the only fact that I am breathing. That […]

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Mission #001 Notes

Recently, Taal happened in the Philippines. If you want to know more details than what I just gave you, you would have to ask it from a much better person than me. Yet, Taal happened. Knowing I had ideas for probable solutions, knowing that my neighbors are in distress while I’m in comfort, knowing that […]

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On The Pruning of Power

I was a young ambitious man. I was always at the edge of my seat, volunteering for every opportunity that I can see. I want to prove to the big bosses that I am the very best one, the very hardworking worker, the very talented person that they will ever meet in their lifetime. I […]

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My 2020 Goals

It has been my yearly personal tradition to write a year’s worth of goals before a new year begins. Last year I wrote only two. This year I have written quite many. Here are my 2020 goals: Release 3 Python apps Workout (intensely) atleast once every two weeks Go on a mission trip Reform social […]

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