About “anibong”, the sturdiest of all Philippine palms. Anibong is an excellent material for construction as well as arts and crafts.
By Brian Foster Introduction You may ask, how does reincarnation really work? How can we know who we are in successive lives and in the spirit world? The answer is the perispirit. The perispirit … Source: What Ties Your Spirit to Your Body? – Perispirit
Think again. China is collapsing on frivolity and waste. Not good for Duterte to pivot to them. Source: A Pivot To China?
In one of the comments in the Daily Inquirer, one posited, albeit with levity, that a sorcerer-consultant is dictating Duterte to kill as many as he can, so that he can can be macho forever. I find… Source: Sorcery in Governance
Below is the story of JAYPEE LAROSA who was mistakenly killed by Rodrigo Duterte’s “Davao Death Squad (DDS)”. The “Human Rights Watch (HRW)” organization in 2009 provi… Source: Jaypee Larosa: Killed by Duterte’s Death Squad After Mistaken Identity
As in, what have have we done to deserve a rotten Duterte government? Source: Darkness Envelops the Philippines
Back in 1972, I spent a lot of time in Davao City to escape Marcos’s Martial Law. When I worked in the Consunji Group of Companies in 1979, my turf was Davao City also, inasmuch as the… Source: The Davao of My Youth
Thank you to all who have expressed their understanding and best wishes for me and my family. There are a number of reasons for suspension of the blog. At the root, as many supposed, is a concern f… Source: A modest explanation, and a thank you
It is clear that President Rodrigo Duterte has little respect for the rights of individual Filipino citizens. He doesn’t care about the Constitutional promise of safety or the fairness of pre… Source: The great test of Philippine democratic institutions
Let me ask, a year ago, did you consider the Philippines to be an ugly place? Did you see it as broken down and at the edge of self-destruction? I didn’t. I saw it as a poor and underachievin… Source: Why does the President show the world an ugly Philippines?
Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) is the most-spoken indigenous language in the Great Lakes basin. Charles Lippert, a speaker of Anishinaabemowin, has helped tremendously by researching the lakes and trans… Source: The Great Lakes in Ojibwe