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When Pride Swallows You

A sad reality today is that people are more concerned of feeding their ego and are busier blaming others of their mistakes. Seriously, it makes things even more complicated and situations more confusing. It can give birth to conflicts. This is a problem that people tend to ignore and won’t even recognize no matter how… Continue reading When Pride Swallows You

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Alden: Embodying the essence of a true gentleman

Originally posted on Huggable Me Writes:
Fans in general, tend to really push for reality even if we know that it is only for “reel.” We always hope that whatever onscreen romance our idols have, translates to real life – making the “kilig” even greater. When Kalyeserye began there were a lot of talk whether…

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A morning Chat with the Aldub Ambassador

Originally posted on Huggable Me Writes:
It’s been quite a while since I last did one of my blog interviews. And what better comeback than this. It is a known fact that Aldubnation is composed of people from all over the world and are from all walks of life. We have it all here in…

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When God Doesn’t Seem to Answer

This excerpt is taken from CLOSER: Pray Your Way to Intimacy with God by Fr. Bob McConaghy The question that perhaps is at the center of our problems with prayer is usually something like this: “Father, why does God seem to answer everybody’s prayers but mine? I’ve been praying for my son to come back… Continue reading When God Doesn’t Seem to Answer

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Make God’s Will Your Will

Fr. Sandy V. Enhaynes  There are two feasts in the Liturgy of the Church that are dedicated to St. Joseph:May 1, the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and today, March 19, the feast of St. Joseph the Husband of Mary. We extol his holiness in relation to his wife, Mary. How did Joseph manifest… Continue reading Make God’s Will Your Will