Category: Reviews

 
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Reflections on Unlimiting God by Richard Blackaby

Hurray! I am elated to share with you this book that I read for the month of January which was written by Dr. Richard Blackaby entitled “Unlimiting God.”  Dr. Richard  is the president of the Blackaby Ministries International and speak internationally on leadership and the Christian life. My hunger for God’s teaching motivated me to … Read More

review of how my brother leon brought home a wife by manuel e. arguilla
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Review of “How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife,” a short story by Manuel E. Arguilla

“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.” – George Sand” Isn’t it amazing how love can make the world go round? It is such a powerful feeling that it can remove the prefix “im” in the word impossible and turn it out with the resounding ‘possible’. During our most … Read More

Review of True North by Beverly Brandt
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Review of True North by Beverly Brandt

It was my usual routine to buy for something to read once I received my monthly salary.  After I paid for our monthly bills, I went straight to a bookstore and scoured the shelves for interesting books. I decided to pick up “True North” by Beverly Brandt. The cover displays a snowcapped mountain, a lady … Read More

Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa
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Story Review: “Footnote to Youth,” a short story by Jose Garcia Villa

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and my Facebook wall has been flooded with stuff related with my student’s crush, their amazing boyfriend or awesome girlfriend. My student’s age brackets are from 16 to 21 years old, and yet, some of them invest so much of their time on building romantic relationship towards the … Read More

Bread of Salt by NVM Gonzales
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Story Review: “The Bread of Salt,” a short story by N.V.M. Gonzales

As we grow older, life unfolds before us the reality of the world where we are living. It may not be as what we believed it to be. Once we discovered that we cannot always have what we want, we oftentimes, just close our eyes to the reality. We continued on dreaming for dreaming was … Read More

Summary and Review of "The Mats," a short story by Francisco Arcellana
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Story Review:”The Mats,” a short story by Francisco Arcellana

I have read already the short story a few days ago but could not write my reflection about it soon. The short story moved me and made me a bit depressed.  It reminded me of my beloved Father who passed away a year ago from a lung cancer. The story entitled  “The Mats” was written … Read More