Tell it to SunStar: Quo vadis, homo?

An old man walking on a cane maybe likened to one trying to tiptoe his way safely to his grave. Bowed by the weight of age and by the pull of gravity, he tends to lean towards the ground as if to familiarize himself with mother earth in his journey from dust to dust.

The cane may lead him to his destination, but if he makes God as his cane, God will lead him to his destiny. Only his faith in God can enliven his spirit as he believes that beyond the graveyard, he will continue to live happily ever after. (Atty. Amay P. Ong Vaño
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