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Browsing Archive: April, 2013

Loneliness: Why Does People feel lonely?

Posted by Marcelino Rapayla Jr. on Monday, April 15, 2013,

I shouted  my Facebook account last December 26, 2010 that “I felt alone.” After welcoming the long awaited season of joy and peace, after my whole family celebrated together at the table with Noche Buena. Here I was, left in the midst of the desert. I was feeling lonely despite in the midst of the crowd. It seems that no one can hear me shouting. While serving the Masses in our
Parish, I was able to ask myself: “Was the heart of Christ lonely?” The four Gospels gave us common pictures...

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Posted by Marcelino Rapayla Jr. on Saturday, April 13, 2013, In : Blog post 

Some people are walking on the streets and cry-out, “Ibagsak ang mga capitalismo, consumirismo, materialismo, individualismo at lahat na mga ismo.” But first and foremost, we forget to pull down, the akomismo, Ikawmismo, at tayomismo. According to John F. Kennedy, “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” It is our responsibility to do something for our country. We should not be slaved by our own selves by doing what we want to do. Freedom mean...

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Why Do People Fear Death

Posted by Marcelino Rapayla Jr. on Monday, April 8, 2013, In : Blog post 

Have you ever wondered why do people fear to death?  As I watch the film, “After Life” I come to realize that I have feared to death also because of unpreparedness.  Anna Taylor (Christina Ricci) and Paul Coleman (Justin Long), are an uneasy couple that argue often, largely due to both of their relationships with Anna’s mother.  After a misunderstanding at dinner of Paul’s big promotion and an impending move to Chicago, Anna storms out of the restaurant.  She suffers a horrible car ac...

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