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Mon & Jenn

There’s always something about love that makes someone so young and so invigorated despite all the weariness around. It lifts you so high up and makes you feel as if all the sunshine in the world is right in the palm of your hands. 40 more words

Julio Munar

Gay Marriage Still Has A Long Way To Go in the Philippines

While browsing through my News Feed, an article was shared by one of the Facebook pages I follow. The topic was gay marriage and I was greeted by a picture of two men kissing. 233 more words

Church

Globe FUP and poor speed.

I am going to be testing and comparing the 3 major telecom companies and giving  them an evaluation on different aspects of the service they provide. 454 more words

Fair Usage Policy

Zamboanga/Basilan

Hey guys. How are you? Been busy with school and work and then for the upcoming LET (licensure examination for teachers). I have two months to study and review before the examination on January 2015. 49 more words

Travel

Snapshots and Memorable Sights | The National Museum

October 21, 2014

Location: The National Museum, Manila

It’s uncommon to be invited to a museum trip. Then again, I have friends who are uncommon people. 51 more words

Art

Climate Heroes: Stories of Change

A documentary narrated by UNEP Goodwill Ambassador Ian Somerhalder shows how action on climate change from solar light entrepreneurs in India to low-carbon housing in Mexico creates jobs, inspires entrepreneurship, improves lives, creates ripples and turns dreams of a better future into reality.

Her story in History

October 21, 2014

Model: Mariam Jawad

Locations: National Museum and Intramuros

Push. Move forward. Hustle.

Most lose sight of the past in order to make their own futures. 345 more words

Photography