Author: Ariel Lalisan

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Are You a Productive Pinoy?

YENG REMULLA is one Productive Pinoy and in his book (and his blog, too) he will teach you how to become one. His book, entitled Productive Pinoy, which was released today in major bookstores in the Philippines, is...

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Team Bundol Mountaineers conquer Atnayan Falls-Part 3

WE FOLLOWED the wrong route on our trek to Atnayan Falls. Instead of heading straight to Atnayan, we were sidetracked to Malbato and Pinagturan one fateful afternoon. When we realized that we were headed...

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The Road to Atnayan Falls: Alabel’s Hidden Gem-Part II

WHEN PEOPLE ask me what my town boasts, I would speak of its being the capital town of Sarangani Province where the magnificent provincial capitol building stands proud as the White House of the...

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Team Bundol Mountaineers Atnayan Falls Adventure-Part 1

The Beginning WHEN THIS year opened, I swore to myself to get involved in different worthwhile activities. I started running and even organized a fun run, traveled to several provinces and cities last summer,...

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Life is Too Short

WHAT IF you’ll die now? Have you ever thought about it? Let’s deal with it because we are all getting there; it is not something someone rich, famous, influential, intelligent, beautiful, good, or well-loved...

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How Big is Your Goliath?

WHEN I was a kid, my favorite Bible Story was that of David and how — with his sling and a stone — he defeated the mighty Philistine giant, Goliath, and saved the people of Israel. From then on,...

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Blood for Blood (Pangayaw) Book Review

HATRED HAS its way of making you do all sorts of evil things. When you are oppressed, for example, and you hate your oppressor so much, you can only find solace when you have...

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Lessons to Learn from the Cotabato Flood

FOR WEEKS, news about the great flood in Cotabato City dominated the primetime news. We saw how theTamontaka River and the Rio Grande de Mindanao inundated thousands of homes and establishments and displaced more than 30,00 families living in...

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Civet Coffee: More Than Just a Cup Coffee

KNOWN IN the world of coffee drinkers as Kopi Luwak, Kafe Balos, or Kape Alamid, civet coffee is probably the most expensive cup of coffee you can find in the menu of coffee shops in the world. In...