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“Loving is like breathing. Notice how it takes much more effort to breathe in than to breathe out. To give love is so human that it is so easy and effortless as if it was designed that way,” says Sabrina Ongkiko, a public school elementary teacher. Her story captures what it means to pursue a life of service and giving.
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The iconic image of the Filipino fiesta is one of celebration - imagine the residents dancing in a swirl of colors and beats, a host of parades lining the streets. Everyone is in action. However, the grand festive display is not the only way to celebrate - take for example, Tin Espinosa who brings fiesta to her work in different ways.
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Amidst Baguio’s pine-scented setting is Forest House, a cozy log-cabin style Bistro that’s been welcoming diners since 2001. Serving local comfort food in an equally comforting ambience—complete with a fire place, country-styled décor, and rustic wood and brick furnishings—Forest House is a must for every Baguio Traveler. Their best-sellers include an array of Bagnet dishes from Sinigang na Bagnet to Binagoongan Bagnet, grilled fillet mignon cooked to your liking, and freshly baked fruit pies.
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The city is drenched and sweater weather is right on our door steps, but braving the rainy season doesn't always have to entail us wearing our most water proof drab outfits or clad in big lousy hoodies.
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