Issue of December 31, 2017
     
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Wishes for the New Year
PERCIVAL B. ALIPIT, Baguio City

During the New Year, it is to make wishes for desirable change in behavior and performance to have a better life as we face complexities in society.

We wish that children will behave and for parents to discipline them by nurturing a culture of good conduct; that students will seriously pursue their studies and teachers to impart the right knowledge, skills, and values to the youth; and that priests will practice what they preach.

It is hoped that workers perform more efficiently in their jobs to produce quality products or render effective services; that the political leadership will use resources to provide needs in food security, housing, employment, and restoration of the integrity of the environment; that the media will communicate the truth to enlighten people and respond to the call of the times; for all of us to be law abiding citizens; and for our aspirations to come true.

We pray that these wishes will materialize to enable us to enjoy the blessings of a precious gift and wonderful life.

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:: In Christian perspective, no such thing as chance
Tossing a coin, drawing straws, or taking a number out of a box have been ways of solving disputes. I read of an election in the U.S.A. where two leading candidates each received 150 votes.
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:: Good enough
One of the problems faced in completing day–to–day tasks is complacency. Some people have the "good enough" mentality. They are comfy–as is.
 

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