Manariwa means “be refreshed” or “be renewed”, from the root sariwa, “fresh”. It reflects the idea in Romans 12:2 of being changed by the renewing of our minds. Words and ideas are the powerful tools of humans to create goodness and to produce infinite change in the inner person and in the human environment. The challenge still stands: be perfect!
Ang Puno ng Pesah Sa ating panahon, walang ibang paksa ang higit pang pinapansin at sanhi ng pagkakahati at pagtatalo, kahit ito ay buod ng kultura at pananampalataya na naitatag 3 milenyo nang nakaraan, maliban sa Pesah o Laktaw (Passover). Ang Pesah ay ang tradisyonal na hapunan na iniutos ni Yahuah kay Moises at unang […]
Herod the Great ruled Judea from 37 to 4 BC, his wicked reign serving as the bloody stage for the coming of the Promised Seed – Yahusha Masshiak. We all know the greatest story ever heard by children and adults as well. Yet there are several proven facts that have been hidden or twisted that […]
In the late 1980’s, the personal computer invaded ordinary homes and offices, becoming the newest tool for many applications and consigning typewriters in museums. Previously in college in the late 1970’s, my classmates and I did the same thing to the slide rule with the introduction of the scientific calculator. Later in the late 1990’s, […]
The question is often asked. Recently, it became viral – happily no one prescribed wearing masks. But I would recommend ear plugs — from bashers who had their day again cancelling the honest answers given by a media influencer to another media influencer who had asked the equally honest question. Anyway, bashing is no longer […]
Much if not all of communication, especially news commentaries, comes out of the mood of the times, as well as from a person’s mood. There is the economic or political lake (swamp, as in these times) that hard-hitting columnists swim up from to gasp air and vent out their critical views. And there is the […]