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CORRECTING ONE’S MISTAKES

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

“They are my inspiration,” declares 23-year-old Jonalyn C. Villaruel, referring to her two lovely children.

She was in her third year in high school when she dropped out of school early, blaming this misfortune on early pregnancy and bad influence of peers. 380 more words

ANSWERED PRAYER

by Rolly Boy Rejano

Translated by Glenda B. Gutierrez

“My name is Rolly Boy R. Rejano. I am 17 years old and I live in Tondo, Manila. 311 more words

Turning his back on his ‘barkada’, drugs

by Glenda B. Gutierrez

Jacinto Jason Rigo, 20, is from the town of Tumauini in the province of Isabela, which is located north of Luzon. He is the youngest of six children. 371 more words

TGIF (Thank God It’s Friday) 

by Rev. Rich Sagun
KKFI Chaplain

The Day Center for Older Persons or “Day-C,” a program of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. (KKFI), is designed to gather a number of elderlies so they may share and meditate on the Word of God and pray for each other regularly. 398 more words

A HEART-BREAKING NEWS

by Hanna Marie Flores

(Ms. Flores, the education officer of Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. , is like a mother to the Foundation’s scholars. She shows her empathy in this blog.) 337 more words

WANTING TO WRITE AGAIN

by Eda Acierto

(On September 1-2, 2016, six staff members of the Kapatiran-Kaunlaran Foundation Inc. trooped to Tagaytay City to hone their skills in writing. Four of the six, including the writer of this blog, were greenhorns, hence, as nervous as a sky-diving student about to plunge from the plane and into the open sky for the first time. 667 more words

A TASTE OF FREEDOM

by Fort Nicolas

Cooking, to Flora Mae Tatoy, is freedom.

That realization came to the 22-year-old social worker slowly. The process started when she was eight. 385 more words