Statement: Bloggers for Freedom

We concerned Filipino bloggers stand for the rights to free expression and to free speech. And our first responsibility is to protect these rights.

We thus stand with Rappler, its right to exist, the rights of its working journalists and contributors, and the rights of its community of readers.

We stand against moves to silence and scare journalists, bloggers and media practitioners just because the President and his ardent supporters dislike their news and views.

Now is a time for making choices amid battles between truth and lies, debate and dissonance, democracy and dictatorship.

We sign our names here to tell everyone we have made a choice. We are bloggers for freedom.

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August 13, 2017: 5 + 5

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Sa aking pangga, August 13 na naman! Five years ago tayo kinasal, saktong fifth year anniv natin nun. Wow! 10 years na lahat yun. Sure naman ako na mas madami kang sasabihin, saka lagi mong sinasabi, “more than words”, di dapat salita lang, so titipirin ko na lang. Hehehe. =)

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Hello again

Hello again, instagram.

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Here’s a good read, especially on the day you’re a year older.

“Starting with things of little value—a bit of spilled oil, a little stolen wine—repeat to yourself: ‘For such a small price, I buy tranquillity.'”

Because man always acts profound or at thinks deeply, or subconsciously tries to, on this day.

2016: One Hell of a Year

I write this with just a few minutes to go before 2016 officially ends for me, my family, and my little world. It was one hell of a year.

My mother died in February and it has left a huge hole in my heart that I know will take more than this lifetime to get over. I always imagined how hard it could be to lose someone in your immediate family, but to lose the one closest to your heart—it was a heartbreaking first lesson in the tragedy that is death in the family.

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