latest from Cebu Opinion
IT took nearly 30 years for the tide to change, but change it did.
FLUX one expects in journeys. Moving from place to place, we seek what is pleasurable and shun the distressing.
In human terms, life is fleeting when we are happy; agony slows it to a crawl.
THE Catholic Church made it clear it was against people taking lives in the war against illegal drugs. But, aside from killings, the apathy of the community should also be a cause for worry.
IN my humble opinion, the deeper causes of the traffic problem are corruption and ignorance.
WASN’T it just recently that the Philippines found itself on the third spot of “most ignorant” countries due to inaccurate perceptions on key issues?
AS they wheeled me into the operating room, my blood pressure shot up. Can you blame me? How would you feel if you knew that in an hour, you’d be put to sleep and sliced open? I guess it’s a matter of opinion.
PRESS freedom, like all the other freedoms we are currently enjoying, was not handed to us on a silver platter.
THE number of lawyers killed in the Philippines has increased by one more with the murder of Jonnah John Ungab on Feb. 19 in a busy street near the current Cebu City Palace of Justice.
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