Reflection – Philippine Constitution Learning

Based from the old curriculum with the subject code Soc Sci 422 ‘Politics and Governance with Philippines Constitution and with the new curriculum mandated by implementing agency Commission on Higher Education (CHED) memorandum order no. 20 series of 2013 from which it is excluded from core subjects as per advised from the Supreme Court decision […]

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Life Of Juan Arce

An account to all historian of Juan Arce who is born from Sigma, Capiz. The abusive power of Spanish colonial regime makes the history count why some of the reforms must be taken. From the northeaster portion of Panay Island in the Philippines, earlier period of 28th century where a group of native residents of […]

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12 Steps On How A Bill Becomes A Law

According to the 1987 Philippine Constitution bills are lawmaking. By garnering 2/3rds votes may override the presidential veto from the both houses. 30 days of receipt may collapse into law if the President has no action on a proposed law. The normal process from which are when both houses and the President of the Philippines […]

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Buddhism Life Reflections

“Everything changes,” a good philosophical view coming from Buddhism. We live in a world and in a time of rapid change.  All avenues of social media keep us aware moment by moment of how quickly things change all around the world. We ourselves are constantly changing as we move through life. 

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How About Confucianism?

A mission of understanding myself is very successful. Along my second year was anchored this quote coming from Confucianism “forget injuries, never forget kindnesses.” This quotes not focusing on pain nor hate. It is all about of forgiveness to those people who are trying to drag you down but revenge is not the answer. Instead […]

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