Monday, April 22, 2019
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Aguilar: Lenten devotion?
I WAS in Hinigaran for the Holy Week. While I was in awe with the number of devotees who went to church to observe Lenten rituals I was quite baffled by the glaring ironies I witnessed.First was that while everyone ...
From 6 hours ago
Aguilar: If Christ were a Filipino
THERE are a lot of similarities during Christ’s era and contemporary Philippines. There is that political unrest, clergies living an unpriestly lifestyle, and everyone is waiting for a savior thinking they can find him among the politicians.If Christ was a ...
From 5 days ago
LET me share with you a note I had about our youth today as compared in the olden times.A few centuries ago, people in their teens were already engaged in war as their expression of love for country. Social involvement ...
From 6 days ago
Aguilar: Ian Mark Nacaya: Doing what it takes
A FRIEND who works at the City Hall invited me to visit Cogon Market and the City Economic Enterprise Department (CEED) last Tuesday to see for myself how they do things. It was an invitation I could not resist knowing ...
From 39 days ago
Aguilar: Deceitful times
NOW is a very polarizing season. People find themselves either as blind supporters or scornful critics of a running politician or group. Both are toxic and not helping at all as both sides jeopardize the fair and balance assessment of ...
From 59 days ago
Aguilar: On Canoy and Darimbang
TWO nights ago, I was invited to the birthday celebration of former city councilor Candy Darimbang at a restaurant in Limketkai Center. I don’t usually attend social parties with politicians but this one was an exception because Candy’s daughter is ...
From 67 days ago
Aguilar: Issues shaping Oro’s future
IT HAS to be known right from the start that the fate of Cagayan de Oro lies in the hands of the Kagay-anons, not anyone else’s. The rest are but factors that may influence our decisions.The roller coaster ride in ...
From 75 days ago
Aguilar: 9 years old, really?
AFTER I finished settling my bills at Pag-Ibig Office inside Ororama Mall yesterday, I decided to make few purchases at the adjacent department store. While I was looking for my right fit, I noticed a kid wearing tattered clothes and ...
From 90 days ago
Aguilar: On communism and the NPA
THERE is a need to differentiate communistic ideology from the arm struggle of the New People’s Army (NPA) today. While the former is still relevant, the latter ceases to be in these progressive era. You see communism as an economic ...
From 97 days ago
Aguilar: Aren’t we all guilty of corruption?
A FEW nights ago, I was invited by a friend who drives a taxi in the city to a drinking spree at a joint in Agora terminal. If I can help it I don’t refuse beer invites wherever it may ...
From 101 days ago