Thursday, August 22, 2019
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Ravanera: The highest form of worship
HE WAS then lying on his deathbed; in fact, he would die five days later of bone cancer. But for Mr. Antonio “Nong Tonyo” Salcedo, a 65-year-old fisherfolk leader in Macajalar Bay, cancer had no match against his will to ...
From 8 days ago
Ravanera: Cooperativism: paving the way out from crises
FORMER Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the United Nations said, “Our world is under strain. Poverty continues to plague communities and families. Climate change threatens lives and livelihoods. Conflicts are raging. Inequalities are deepening. These crises will only worsen unless we ...
From 29 days ago
Ravanera: The empowered women advancing peace in Mindanao
IT WAS then the height of the Marawi crisis on May 23, 2017 when some 44 officers and members of a cooperative were trapped in Ditsaan, Ramain, a barangay near Marawi for bringing food and assistance.For what? For their efforts ...
From 30 days ago
Ravanera: Quest for peace thru cooperativism
VIOLENT extremism has gone to the horrible scenario where for the first time in history, a Filipino suicide bomber was in the limelight recently as this is the first of its kind in the Philippine history. Is this how grim ...
From 42 days ago
Ravanera: Cooperativism to rectify societal dysfunctions
WE ARE all acutely aware of the dysfunctions of the prevailing economic model causing social injustice and dehumanization. Everywhere in the world today -- inequality, economic and financial instability, crisis in democracy, decline in social justice, increase in climate disturbances ...
From 48 days ago
Ravanera: Debunk gross inequities, advance cooperativism
THE love of money has been said to be the root of all evil; however, the lack of it causes so many evil. In a country where a few have much too much and the many who are poor have ...
From 56 days ago
Ravanera: How oppressed are our indigenous people?
ELECTIONS had just come to pass when power has been exercised by the people where it rightfully belongs in consonance with the legal dictum, “sovereignty resides with the people and all governmental powers emanate from them.” After that, power is ...
From 64 days ago
Ravanera: New breed of freedom fighters
AS WE celebrate our Independence Day, let us remember the protracted historical armed struggle of our forefathers when a few brave men and women had organized resistance against colonial rule, firmly believing that “the people united can never be defeated.”Nothing ...
From 70 days ago
Ravanera: Jose ‘Tam-an’ Tomas Sr.’s victory is a wake-up call
IN A world so enamored in self-promotion, superficial appearances and mundane trivialities, it is a conclusion of a study of a well-known university in the United States that the humans have already been reduced to just “self-gratification machines,” suffering from ...
From 76 days ago
Ravanera: Jose Tomas Sr.: The rise of transformative leader
"WHEN you know who you are, when your mission is clear and you burn with the inner fire of unbreakable will, no cold can touch your heart; no deluge can dampen your purpose."These words by Chief Seattle can aptly be ...
From 83 days ago