Thursday July 19, 2018
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Valle: For just a few pieces of silver
FOR the past few days, there has been an increasing restlessness among civil libertarians who are abreast of happenings not covered by the mass media. These are the much talked-about violations of civil liberties especially among those who are far from ...
From 142 days ago
Valle: Woman’s worth is beyond measure
“The woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet” – MohadesaNajumi. NOT a few women especially among organized and progressives have raised a howl after President Duterte was quoted to have told his ...
From 150 days ago
Valle: Addressing legitimatedissent is the key
IT is sad to see the current administration is seemingly slipping into a state of forgetfulness and paranoia, and missing the point. It is arming itself to the teeth as if expecting an external invasion any day now. This is ...
From 157 days ago
Valle: World Wetlands Day celebration accentuates endangered water supply
THE recent celebration of World Wetlands Day on February 2 by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Davao Region brought to the attention of its personnel the importance of continuing its vigilance to the protection and conservation ...
From 164 days ago
Volunteer teacher in Lumad college inspired by students
VOLUNTEERING as teacher for a Lumad school is a way of life for this young Mindanaoan, and no amount of threats and intimidation can dissuade him from pursuing his life’s purpose. Arjay D. Perez, one of several volunteer teachers ...
From 169 days ago
Valle: In the name of peace
“PEACE to all people and to all nations on earth! Peace, which the angels proclaimed to the shepherds on Christmas night, is a profound aspiration for everyone, for each individual and all peoples, and especially for those who most keenly ...
From 198 days ago
Valle: Humility, compassion weigh more over dirty tactics
PASSION can be lethal. The president’s immediate reaction following the events involving the defiant action of the revolutionaries in the countryside against the continuing ‘human plague’ that forced hundreds of thousands among the indigenous peoples to evacuate, could be a ...
From 220 days ago
Shari’ah financing by Moro women
EFFORTS on pursuing Shari’ah-based microfinance is slowly but surely gaining more adherents especially among women-led Moro organizations in Mindanao. This, even as the Bangsamoro Basic Law, which mandates the promotion of Islamic banking under “Exclusive powers”, is still awaiting passage ...
From 228 days ago
Valle: Compassion hears the murmurings of the weak
EVEN without being told, the compassionate responds to the unspoken cries of the Marawi evacuees for help. This I have witnessed over and over as I have been fortunate to be part of an international humanitarian mission where hundreds joined ...
From 241 days ago
Valle: Lowly, sprouting plants inspire
IT IS a symbol of growth, of an "everlasting," "eternal" existence of life or living things on this planet. That is how I see a sprout, the slow breaking out of life from a dying seed that sheds away its ...
From 248 days ago