Monthly Archives: October 2004

Love’s Many Faces

I want to share with you these three love songs that describe different facets of love. These are some of my favorites which are included in Barbara Streisand’s album, “A Love Like Ours”, the one she made when she finally … Continue reading

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A Shrine of Wishful Thinking

I took a battery of psychological exams last Thursday at Ortigas. After a grueling 3 hours, I traversed the road most traveled and went on to my journey to Cubao. As I reached the other side where the EDSA shrine … Continue reading

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Our Capacity to Love and Hate

MY CAPACITY TO GIVE LOVE – EXPLORING MY ANGELIC SIDE I was referred to as an angel three times for the past two days by three people whose lives I touched. Human Being 1 said that my warmth and kindness … Continue reading

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From Start to Penis

Men are sooooo misunderstood. Maybe its because of the sins of our forefathers have plagued the men of generations next to them. We are being accused of being sexist, chauvinistic swine who have nothing in their minds but to undermine … Continue reading

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I am Miguel Hernandez

October 18, 2004, Monday, 7:30 a.m., RCBC Tower, Carlos P. Romulo Theater-a date, a time, and a place that shall remain etched in my memory for the rest of my natural and next life. I saw Recoged esta voz, the … Continue reading

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Verbena

Paella with perfectly cooked rice, and the combined flavor of mussels, squid, shrimp, clams, chicken chunks, green peas, and the aroma of garlic, onions, red bell peppers, and chorizo. Crispy churros dipped in Spanish chocolate Flamenco dancers-I meant, music. (Was … Continue reading

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Sociopathy [also] Comes in Small Packages

Children are like cherubs from heaven’s gates (cue angry buzzer). Not! On my way to the christening of Mabek’s son (she’s one of my best college friends), I encountered three children who were obviously spawns of the guardians of hell. … Continue reading

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