Originally written in TACKED THOUGHTS for The Freeman last January 6, 2013 by Nancy Unchuan Toledo Sweaty and desperate, Indiana Jones hovers at the edge of the cliff. Below him, he sees, or doesn’t see rather, the chasm. In front of him, the other edge of the cliff—too far away to jump to, even if … Continue reading Leap
Originally written in TACKED THOUGHTS for The Freeman last December 9, 2012 by Nancy Unchuan Toledo I have rediscovered my love for cross-stitching. I used to love it as a child when I first learned it. I marveled at how something as insignificant as a piece of thread and a needle could bring out such … Continue reading Cross-Stitching
Speech for the Ateneo de Manila Law School graduation, 15 April 2012.by Fr. Jet Villarin, SJ I have three points to this speech that is really a three-part injunction: (a) be true to yourself; be constantly true, (b) keep your life taut; stand tight between earth and sky, and (c) do the greater thing, do … Continue reading Ticket
First of all, in the tradition of twitter, I would like to ask, “what are you doing?” I don't expect you to answer this in 140 characters or less, but that question can very well be the starting point of everything there is to know about life and your place in this universe.