With all the turmoil and unrest right now, you may be one of those who don’t have much to expect this Christmas. Or you may be someone who has had a good experience of this season so far and are excited for what’s still to come. Whichever you identify with, may this story we will look into give you a fresh insight on how we make sense of Christmas.
No one can tell you “how” to be merry this Christmas dahil alam mong hindi lang upuan ang nabakante ng mga taong namayapa, pero may malaking espasyo sa puso mo na nabakante rin. Hindi madali ang paparating na Pasko. Pero gusto kong malaman mo: Hindi ka nag-iisa.
Due to the pandemic, this holiday has not been the same for the past 2 years. We can no longer do “beso-beso”, hugs, and high-fives like we used to at our reunions and family gatherings. Some loved ones are no longer with us this time. This then begs the question: “How can we still celebrate Christmas this year even if many things have changed?”
"Gustuhin mo mang magpahinga, pero dahil iniisip mo kung ano ang mga mangyayari, lalo kang nanghihina. Hinga. Hingang malalim."
Whoever wins the Philippine presidential race, the senatorial spots, the congressional seats, among other key positions, will take on a big responsibility because of the need to provide crucial leadership in navigating our country through this pandemic. What can we do to prepare for the coming national elections?
Thousands of students have gathered to celebrate and worship Jesus. #UNASHAMED2017