Thursday, July 4, 2019

My 'Thinking Place'

I could relate much on this. I remember when I was studying in college sometime in the 80s, I used to spend my time studying in our public school toilet.

Thinking Place
Thinking Place
You know public school toilet isn't properly maintained. You can still smell the bad odor coming out from the improvised opening receptacle for the waste.

I stayed outside the uncomfortable room and started studying my notes on various subjects for the exams. It became my habit to go there a day or two before my exams date.

During the exams, I prayed before taking them and started to answer the questions. When I forgot some answers, the pungent smell, the uncleanness of the room posed a good reminder of what I have studied, of what I had memorized while I was in the public school toilet. It's the best thinking place for me.

I completed my 4-year degree course in college with flying colors because of that dirty  unsanitary comfort room as my "thinking place" but I was lucky I didn't get sick.

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

'Hear, Those Who Have Ears'

Scripture Thought

The scripture thought I shared is aptly applicable for the Preschool Convention of the Seminary & Institute of Religion teachers under the La Carlota Philippines District of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently.

The 13th Chapter of the Book of Matthew, verses 3 to 9 of the New Testament of the Bible described the various learners of the Word of God. It's likened to the parable of the sower.

Live, Teach, Administer

Church Educational System coordinator Noel T. Batac reoriented the teachers in the Church branches in Ayungon, Masville, La Carlota First, La Carlota 2nd, and Manggaspang on the purpose of teaching Seminary & Institute of Religion for school year 2019-2020.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

DepEd Secretary Briones' 2019 Graduation Message

The following is the graduation message of DepEd Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones in English and in Filipino version:


My warmest greetings and congratulations to the foremost champions of this momentous occasion—the completers and graduates of School Year 2018-2019!

Graduation and moving-up ceremonies are indeed a joyous celebration, and not only because it culminates another year of learning and discovery, perseverance, and passionate work among our learners. It also caps off another year of successful collaboration among parents, teachers, education officials and personnel, community members, partners, and stakeholders of diverse roots, cultures, and traditions.

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Reorganization: 'Blessing in Keeping the Covenants'

The La Carlota First Branch Presidency of La Carlota District, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was reorganized today during the Branch Conference of the said branch presided by Bacolod Philippines Mission, President Sumagpao.

La Carlota Meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Keeping the Covenants

As a concluding speaker in the said conference, President Sumagpao counseled the new Branch Presidency so as with the members to keep the covenants they have made before the Lord when they became member of the Church.

He expressed that they should do something with their one-time love and care for there is blessing in keeping their covenants. In every covenant there is a blessing and the greatest blessing is eternal life.

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Sharing Responsibility Making Things Light and Easy

Brother Boiser expounding the lecture
"Helping people to help themselves" is the underlying principle of Church program on Self-Reliance and Welfare. This is the answer to the one of the major concerns of the La Carlota District of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

President Mario A. Malacaman of La Carlota District disclosed that genuine concern of the members in the recent District Conference held at La Carlota Meetinghouse to Elder Carlos G. Revillo, Jr. of the Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-days Saints, who presided over the said conference.

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