Christmas Day Reflection : “It’s about God, Families and Friends.”

It is my prayer that many of you will be spending some great time with your respective close families and friends. In all the upcoming festive gatherings, make sure you don’t forget the grandparents who started you all! They are very much a part of each family unit that came to be. They’d be thrilled with even just a call from their kids and of course, from their loveable, innocent and amazing grandchildren.

n this challenging time of the pandemic, togetherness can be expressed in many ways. To those belonging in the same household, it’s your chance to savor the closeness that many can’t enjoy and few can boast of.

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In this challenging time…a reminder!

11 Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. 12 It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. 13 And it performed great signs, even causing fire to come down from heaven to the earth in full view of the people.

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Special article for Filipinos written in their vernacular.

Nilikha at Iginuhit ni RUFRAN C. FRAGO

Ang salitang Osidabulyu ay galing sa daglat ng salitang Englis na “Overseas Contract Workers.” Ito ang termino na unang ginamit ng Pamahalaang Pilipinas sa mga Pinoy na nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa sa ilalim ng isang lehitimong kontrata.

Pagkalipas ng ilang panahon, ginamit na rin itong pantawag sa lahat ng Pilipinong nagtatrabaho sa ibang bansa maski na ang mga ito ay mga puslit at mga nasa kategoryang T&T o tagu ng tago. Ngayon, ang OCW ay napalitan ng OFW (Overseas Foreign Workers).

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