Photos: Lighting Candles

The thirteenth of the month is the feast of St. Anthony of Padua, where devotees come in droves to light candles.

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On Love Monuments (Photos: Visit to The Ruins, Talisay City Negros Occidental)

After the medical mission, our gracious host took us for a tour of “The Ruins“, that famous landmark and heritage site in Negros Occidental. It used to be the mansion built by Don Mariano Ledesma for his first wife…and as the very entertaining tour guide said, “It is the Taj Mahal” of Asia. 🙂 It […]

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Poem: Souls, By Lang Leav

Personally, I don’t believe in the concept of soulmates… I dislike having to think that everything is pre-ordained, and things will keep repeating itself until we learn things. However, I subscribe to free will and romantic chemistry. It’s a more tangible, and work-able equation. (People want to believe in the things they want to believe […]

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Photos: Campuestohan

It was a playground in the sky. Our kind host took us to a place in Bacolod which was pretty much a theme park and an adventure place all in one. Like big kids, we couldn’t help but be entertained by the different sights and sounds (and high-flying rides) there. 🙂

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Photos: St. Anthony of Padua Procession

My town has a traditionalist attitude, especially when it comes to religious practices. For most of my life, I’ve participated in activities of devotion to the town’s patron, St. Anthony of Padua. I got this excerpt about St. Anthony from the St. Anthony.org website: St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church’s most […]

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One the Road to Cadiz City

We only pass a road in one way only once. All other circumstances would change… Too often, I find myself thinking, that I do want to photograph everything, because they are never going to happen again. I’m going to be a different person next time, and I will not be able to experience things the […]

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