Sadly taken for granted today, it is always helpful to be reminded to practice this starting with yourself. We advocate this for the world, but we should begin living it out ourselves. This week’s Word is “peace”.
This word is important for us for two reasons: one because of what we eat, and another because of how we grow. This week’s Word is “organic”.
Last week, we talked about enlightenment. This week, we talk about the substance of enlightenment, one that is unique to each and every one of us – and thus what we are obliged to share with others. This week’s Word is “wisdom”.
A part of the Commission on Higher Education’s Memorandum Order No. 20, Series of 2013, is abolishing compulsory Filipino linguistic and literary education in college. Thankfully, the Supreme Court blocked this motion with a Temporary Restraining Order. Read on to see my thoughts on it.
I previously wrote on the importance of learning another language. It’s a known fact, however, that we learn better as children because our brains are better wired for learning at a younger age. But fellow adults, have no fear – learning a foreign language can be easy as ein, zwei, drei even at a mature …
WIKApedia is a community service sponsored by the Official Gazette of the Philippines that provides a platform for enthusiasts and learners of the Filipino language to learn about Filipino words and grammar, and also generate discussion.
Learning another language has so many benefits, from making you smarter to showing respect for foreign language and culture. Here are five such benefits.