It does make me happy to see a lot of mobility groups activate themselves to champion causes. It makes me want to work harder and advocate moving people, more than cars, when I see more people understand the need for inclusive mobility. Empowering people to move from origin to destination is a crucial element in […]Read more "Advocacy Immobility"
Attending a Theology class at one point in my life, a question was posited, “If you were told that God did not exist, will you being good?” As expected, a lot took the time to reflect, even argue such a scenario but to the Stranger, it was pretty evident that certain line of reasoning did […]Read more "God is Good, a Mirror Universe"
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Dear Friend, I am writing this as I make the dog pee and ruminate on the whole argument about the internet. The same thing happened in the late ’90’s when you found me begging PLDT to install a line at FB Harrison, where I used to live…. Back then, the problem wasn’t invisible. I know […]Read more "Open Letter to an Invisible World"
A good friend, very much into tinkering with society’s deliberate nuances, posted a reflection: the Reflection of Mus Yup, but isn’t the very concept of Laws an acceptance of fallibility and a preparation for an inevitable change? Knowing fully that at the core of its structure was man’s wanton need to express ideas, communicate understanding, […]Read more "Humanity and Paradoxes"
In a land of strangers more than strangeness, we often find ourselves looking over our shoulders to find something familiar. An evolutionary school of thought might postulate that the eyes are not the first to have been developed in our physiology. If then the eyes are the gateways to the soul, would it mean that […]Read more "POST 9-11 is SAMHAIN 10-11"