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Violeta Lopez Gonzaga
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Gonzaga: Crossing a new era
A GLOBAL Culture of Fear--this is what daily news on Covid-19 has engendered. Are we passed the first wave and now into the second wave? Or is it the third wave unraveling now? Department of Health Secretary Francisco Duque III ...
From 16 hours ago
Gonzaga: Pandemic panic
“He who teaches people to fear rules”.THE pandemic of today will continue to rule larger than it really is. We see it in the way news about Covid-19 is packaged to sow continuing global fear. Recently, following a haunch, I ...
From 5 days ago
Gonzaga: Looming famine
THE Philippines now consists of a population of 110 million whilst Negros Occidental in the 2015 census has 2.5 million people while Bacolod City has 562,000. With a projected population of four million for the whole province in 2020, there ...
From 20 days ago
Gonzaga: On seniors' indefinite quarantine
THE "new normal" in pandemic times, after the lifting of ECQ, as delineated by the Inter-Agency Task Force on Covid-19 of President Duterte reflects "quick, faulty thinking." It reflects a lack of processing and informed decision-making in pandemic times. For ...
From 27 days ago
Gonzaga: Lack of body water and illness
A COMMON saying states that we are what we eat. Yet, we are also what we drink.This is so, because water, as an established fact in East Asian traditional medicine, has natural healing powers. In more recent time, Dr. F. ...
From 37 days ago
Gonzaga: After Covid-19
MANY Pinoys are dismayed that the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) will be extended beyond Easter. Two weeks more? Maybe, even longer. The common thinking is that if the community quarantine implemented in almost all parts of the country will be ...
From 49 days ago
Gonzaga: Natural food relief
IN ALL the food packs and relief goods handed out all over the country in the past two weeks, the two common items, apart from rice, are packs of instant noodles and tin cans of sardines. To date, hundreds of ...
From 54 days ago
Gonzaga: Securing food in Covid-19 times
THE announced two weeks lockdown in the provinces set many Negrenses in a near panic mode. In Bacolod, a dear friend who has faithfully fed Banago-Ramos street kids has been daily badgering city officials on FB for their slow action ...
From 59 days ago
Gonzaga: Surviving Covid-19 and seniors’ curfew
WE HAVE a choice to either get bored, whine or worry. But how can we live through these trying days, remain serene, and be productive?I practice daily Christian meditation, and spend time reading, listening to teachings, and reflecting on daily ...
From 66 days ago
Gonzaga: Global economic meltdown (Part 1)
BEYOND Covid-19, there is the very real specter of a global economic meltdown (GEM). The near-global shutdown indicated by recent acts of Canada, the US, France, Italy and other leading countries of the world, including the Philippines, brought about by ...
From 69 days ago