This week, we cover a word that I think is needed in its true form especially in this present day. We need it that we can truly realize truths about ourselves and the world around us. This week’s Word is “enlighten”.
What do you stand for? This week, we cover a word that encapsulates the raison d’être of this site, a word that I wish everyone should discover and live out. This week’s Word is “advocacy”.
This week, we reflect on a word that I believe we should live out more often and more wholly, and not just for ourselves but for others too. This week’s Word is “dream”.
This week, we cover a word whose true meaning, for me, has been flattened out to mean just one aspect of what it truly means. As we discover ourselves and the world around us, I invite you to return to the true meaning of this word, and to live it out. This week’s Word is “philanthropy”.
This Holy Week, we are reminded of the ultimate gift of God for us, represented by this word, so that we may enjoy eternal life with Him. This week’s Word is “grace”.
What inspires you? This week’s Word is “inspire”.
This week’s Word reflects on the editorial I wrote last week, and on our faith in general. Our Lord has not lacked in this, and so should we in our relationship with others. This week’s Word is “mercy”.
Worship. CSR. Research. Innovation. What do they have, or ought to have, in common? This. Our Weekly Word is “lifestyle”.
Last week, we talked about upcycling, which is closely intertwined with this concept. More than just a buzzword, it has become a lifestyle. This week’s Word is “innovation”.
This week, we cover a word that, for me, is a metonymy for social innovation. It is innovation that repurposes with higher value, and junk – environmental nuisances – is clearly among these. This week’s Word is “upcycle”.