Life Journey: The One-Way Ticket to the Unknown World

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By Jun P. Espina | Last updated on February 11th, 2020 at 09:49 pm

Of Life Journey

Man’s life in this world is like a journey. His first step thus is as important as his destination. The problem is that he doesn’t know if he ever has a starting point at all other than his birth. Hence, he is but a pure stranger in this domain, for both his birth and death, are beyond his control! But he must move on nevertheless, for as long as he’s alive. There’s no turning back—there’s no hitting ball back at square one. Life journey is just a one-way ticket to the unknown. We may keep it glowing or waste it like spilled milk on the floor of destiny.

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People Becoming the Object of Fear Not Love

People Becoming the Object of Fear

By Jun P. Espina | Last updated on January 14th, 2020 at 05:01 pm

People Becoming the Object of Fear, Not Love

People becoming the object of fear, instead of love? I have been traveling these days from one city to another, holding meetings, etc. and found out that all places are the same: they are full of people, from east to west, north to south. There’s a flood of humanity everywhere either looking for food, for pleasure or criminal activities. But why people have become the object of our fear sometimes, not of our love?

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Kindness Now Becoming a Fake Virtue—Used to Deceive?

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By Jun P. Espina | Last updated on March 31st, 2021 at 10:59 am

Kindness Misunderstood

Is it true that your kindness to others will always be rewarded? I don’t think so. We define kindness as the tendency of being forgiving or the “quality of being warmhearted and considerate and humane and sympathetic.” Compassion that’s expecting a reward or a reciprocal attitude from whom we tendered kindness is deceptive and manipulative. For kindness is to be nice to others, free of any ulterior motives at all. Someone has well said that: “It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.”

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