THE TALE OF TWO DRIVES AND HOW TIME CHANGE THINGS

Finally, I found an apt visualization of the point I constantly wish to drive. This is my example of the obsolete mentality of the Philippine society which I have constantly suffered and that our country is constantly suffering from. These objects in the picture are both gadget for storage. I bought the black drive sixContinue reading “THE TALE OF TWO DRIVES AND HOW TIME CHANGE THINGS”

October 19 is A Special Day for Bacolod City

Remembering what happened today 83 years ago. This is a long post – but I invite people who truly love Bacolod to spend a few minutes to read.Today, I personally celebrate an amazing and memorable moment in history for my beloved city of Bacolod. For the information of all my friends around the world, IContinue reading “October 19 is A Special Day for Bacolod City”

Outgrowing Our Youthful Ideals

Written as a Facebook Note on October 17, 2010 Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue, Convenor, SMILE Bacolod Youth 2005 This country will never run out of young activists. I need to remind myself every day to hold on to my ideals, but I realize I am not getting any younger.  So it brings me comfort to knowContinue reading “Outgrowing Our Youthful Ideals”

Integration and Utilization of ICT Towards a Better Nation

Written as a Facebook Note on October 17, 2010 Our country will soon see a new ingredient in the formula to success – the full utilization and integration of information and communications technology to nation-building. At the rate we are going, we might be able to achieve this sooner than we thought with strong championsContinue reading “Integration and Utilization of ICT Towards a Better Nation”

The Philippines Has Arrived

Written October 1, 2010 to record the first public hearing on the proposed bill for the creation of a Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) There was certainty in his voice – the creation of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) would show the world that the “Philippines has arrived” as inContinue reading “The Philippines Has Arrived”

Random #Reflections on Facebook

I decided to compile my posts with hashtag #Reflection on Facebook since I became a member more than ten years ago to keep a record of my personal thoughts and insights based on the various lenses I wear as a human being. The posts reflect my feelings, musings, reactions and opinions to a given developmentContinue reading “Random #Reflections on Facebook”

10 Things I Wish To See Happen Out of the CORONA Impeachment

This reflection was written and shared on May 30, 2012 at the height of the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona. A truly independent judiciary. The next CJ must not be anyone within the circle of PNOY. If the President is bent on doing what is for the common good and constitutional, lawful and fairContinue reading “10 Things I Wish To See Happen Out of the CORONA Impeachment”

The Monster Named Envy

Reflection Posted on Facebook on July 1, 2018 Sunday Reflection: When I inspire and push young people, my mentees, to achieve as much as their capacity and determination can allow them to achieve – I always fail to mention the sad caveats. Today, I will share based on experience (sad and tear-jerking ones) one warning.Continue reading “The Monster Named Envy”