Saturday, January 24, 2015

30 Ways to Vent Out Emotions


If you're like me with sensitive emotions, you're mostly forced to find your own way to keep calm for any situation despite your overwhelming depression. Here are 30 safer ways to vent out emotions without completely hurting yourself.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Things to Learn from Pope Francis' Philippine Visit


Let's face it: whether you are a Catholic or belonging to another religion or have no religious beliefs at all, Pope Francis is one big deal and game changer in the world today. In his recent visit to the Philippines, not only has he inspired us, he has also a lot of lessons in store that we should reflect upon. And mind you, these lessons are not necessarily always religion-wise but are more people-oriented and society-oriented in general.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Why Pope Francis is Unique

Something I drew for Pope Francis.

Known for breaking a lot of traditional Catholic stuff, Pope Francis is truly remarkable (in my honest opinion as a Christian), especially now that he's coming to the Philippines this January 15, 2015, Thursday (the last Pope we had was Saint Pope John Paul II). Here are some facts why he somewhat stands out from the rest:

Monday, January 12, 2015

New Album: Paper Wings


My new album, entitled "Paper Wings" is now out on Bandcamp with 10 songs. Download / purchase includes a bonus track, 4 high-res artworks and PDF lyrics.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Je Suis Charlie: Terrorism or Racism?


So, in case you didn't know yet, some Islamic extremist group attacked and murdered some cartoonists of the Charlie Hebdo (Charlie Weekly) French publication in Paris. (Unfortunately, it happened on January 7, 2015, which is my little bro's birthday, sadly). There had been a lot of right-and-left opinions, such as generalizing Muslims as terrorists (yet again) when extremist groups are actually different from them, and people calling the publication "racist", especially non-French people. Here's the stuff I could conclude from the incident.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

New Year 2015 Goals


Since it's the new year, all of us may have New Year's resolutions or goals. I don't really like writing one myself, since I know that I won't be able to completely fulfill them in the end. But here's what I'd like to see and do on 2015:

Thursday, January 1, 2015

The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin: MMFF 2014 Film Review


While I don't always watch movies, it's family tradition to at least pick one good Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entry for the holidays. Though we didn't make it earlier this year due to busy schedules, we watched one. Last year, we pinned on Vic Sotto and Ryzza Mae Dizon, but this year 2014, Vice Ganda's "The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin", a sequel to his old movie.