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TOP 10 WEIRDEST BELIEFS OTHERS STILL PRACTICE

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I was born and grew up in the province of Benguet but stayed permanently here in Batangas because our business is here. I also love the good weather, Hindi gaanong mainit hindi rin gaanong malamig, kumbaga eksakto lang.

And I say, Batangas is one of the provinces that still practice old traditions and culture.  There are lots of beliefs that people here practice.

We lived in a community full of traditions, almost everybody believes in superstitious beliefs. I am very uncomfortable because my parents never taught us any of these, maybe because my mother is a Christian.

But I respect other’s belief and culture, iyon kasi ang pinapaniwalaan nila. At naniniwala ako na kung ano ang pinapaniwalaan mo nagkakatotoo sa iyo. Kaya minsan nag-iingat di ako sa mga pinapaniwalaan ko.

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Five Things to Do this Holy Week

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Holy week is here – one of my favorite weeks of the year. It is the annual observance commemorating Jesus’ last week on earth and the events leading up to his resurrection on Easter Sunday (Calendarpedia)  It is the most important festival of the Christian church. It’s the time for us Christians to retreat, fast and repent for the wrong things we had done.

Aside from its sacredness, it’s also the best time to bond, play, and be with your family.

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It’s White Day – Our Fight against Privatization of Public Market

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What am I Fighting for? I am forever against privatization of any public Entities especially our Public Market.

I’m neither a lawyer nor a politician. I’m a voter and a concern citizen who wants to fight for her rights. I have no idea or knowledge regarding privatization of public entities, but I have the right to investigate any questionable activities that can lead to the loss of our business and jobs.

Last month we were shaken by the news regarding Resolution No. 50 – Privatization of Lipa City Public Market. There’s no public consultation whatsoever. We were just informed prior to voting and deliberation. We are invited to witness the voting which was held at Lipa City Hall. Upon hearing the debates, I realized half of the city councilors want to privatize the public market. I was sad and depressed but I have to stand up for what I think is right. We will fight until the end. Our business is here and many will lose their jobs.

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