His Mercies Are New Every Morning

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I get so unpredictable at times. I guess, everyone of us has that side of himself that gets so annoying sometimes. It’s funny that the more I become conscious about it, the more I begin to fail, the more I […]

Disruptive

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by  Yay Padua-Olmedo What would tend to disrupt your day? The dictionary says something is “disruptive” if it creates disorder or confusion. It does not refer to mere interruption―which just breaks the continuity or uniformity of a process. Disruption connotes […]

Model Kylie Bisutti Redefines Beauty

Model Kylie Bisutti Redefines Beauty

Former Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti discusses her transition out of modeling because of the conflict between her faith and the fashion industry’s treatment of women. Originally posted in CBN.com    

Seven Deadly Food

Seven Deadly Food

Here’s a list of food that can compromise your health. Check if any of these is your favorite: 1) French Fries 2) Ice cream and doughnuts 3) Hamburger 4) Iced Tea 5) Junk Foods 6) Instant Noodles 7) Sweetened Pork […]

Sobering Thought

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By Yay Padua-Olmedo In just a few blinks, life can take you on a tail spin ride—from humdrum to convoluted, from luxurious to impoverished, from sane to nutty—or vice versa. All it takes is one incident—a fire, a life threatening […]

Stress-Free: Heal Yourself with Generosity

Stress-Free: Heal Yourself with Generosity

by Lorie Johnson, CBN News From preventing cancer and heart disease to building self-esteem, overwhelming evidence proves generosity is good for your mental and physical health. Dr. Michael McKee, a psychologist at Cleveland Clinic, develops ways to enhance the inner […]

Amnesia Girl

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It’s not easy to forgive. Every girl who has been hurt knows that. I remember a time I got hurt by a friend I had trusted so much. I didn’t know it would hurt that bad when a friend leaves […]

Minding My Mind

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by Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon, co-host, The 700 Club Asia One morning, I got an S.O.S. text from my son who needed help in getting some costumes. Because of horrible road congestion, I was concerned that he would not be getting his […]

Give Up to Give Thanks

Give Up to Give Thanks

By Felichi Pangilinan-Buizon, co-host of The 700 Club Asia It was particularly hot that day as my kids and I walked from the parking lot to the mall entrance. As we entered the elevator, immediately our youngest noticed the change […]

Expletives Or Love

Expletives Or Love

By Yay Padua-Olmedo “I love you!” I hardly heard those words when I was growing up. I happen to have been born to a family where affection was hardly expressed in words. “I love you!” just hovered about like a […]

Which Brand Do You Trust?

Which Brand Do You Trust?

By Yay Padua-Olmedo “Ownership of mind.” In Marketing or Advertising, this refers to consumers thinking of a certain brand first for a specific need, e.g., Coca-Cola for thirst, or McDonald’s for one’s burger craving. Both brands enjoy “brand equity” among […]

“Don’t Judge Me!” 

“Don’t Judge Me!” 

By Yay Padua-Olmedo We express this a lot especially when we feel our intentions have been misunderstood. But that’s how we basically behave everyday. A stranger walks into a room and almost instantly, a verdict: “Mayaman (rich)!” “Mukhang pobre (poor).” […]

Tax Payers’ Raw Deal

Tax Payers’ Raw Deal

By Yay Padua Olmedo It’s very tempting — this urge to criticize and complain. But I beg your indulgence, just this once; then I’ll forever zip it. You guessed right. I will add noise to the cacophony of words directed […]

Ay, Ang Cheap!

Ay, Ang Cheap!

by Yay Padua-Olmedo Cheap may mean any of these: devalued, achieved with little effort, of poor quality, inexpensive, or worthy of no respect. As far as things are concerned, what would you consider “cheap?” Something bought at 50% or 75% […]

Word Above All Words

Word Above All Words

By Yay Padua-Olmedo The world wide web continues to swamp us with untold volumes of knowledge. Of course we’re not complaining. Because information — of any kind — has never been that easy to find. Students today love it that […]