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September Editorial

September Editorial

Dear Readers, We decided to extend our theme on DREAMS for one more month, simply because there were still so many stories to unearth; stories like diamonds that we just couldn’t throw away or change the angle of. It is our hope that as you read our September articles...

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From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 1)

From Modern-Day Jonah to God’s Missionary (Part 1)

The Testimony of George Pappachen Meeting Glory for the First Time Before becoming a missionary to the Philippines, George Pappachen was born and raised in a Roman Catholic family in India. His clan was known for its Syrian Christian heritage. George was the youngest...

Tula Ng Paralisadong Kaluluwa

Tula Ng Paralisadong Kaluluwa

Nakagagalaw, ngunit puso ay uhaw Malaya, ngunit hanggang ngayon ay ligaw Nakangingiti, ngunit sa tuna'y panglaw Nakakikita, ngunit abang ay tanglaw Sa aking paghihintay pawang tulala Anaki mo'y batong di nakagagawa Nagmistulang tuod nilang sinasamba Ngunit sa wala ay...

While I Wait for My Dreams

When Dreams Are Galaxies I see it in my head. The night sky expands above me. Infinite. Vast. Unknown, yet altogether familiar. Galaxies stretch in dazzling colors. Burning auburns fleck with comets. Hazy pinks and purples crown with stars like diamonds. Thunderous...

Surrendering My Dreams for God’s Dreams

Bilang isang Millenial, after graduation, ang taas talaga ng pangarap ko. After maka-graduate ng Bachelor of Elemantary Education, mag-take ng Licensure Exam for Teachers and pass it, makapag-trabaho as a teacher sa isang school, mag-take ng Master’s degree and then...

Dreams: the Mind’s Place of Journey & Rest

If you think you’ve completely lost the creativity you had during childhood, your dreams prove otherwise. In dreams, you journey to distant or strange places and create amazing stories, most of which you forget in the morning. When you dream, you do things you would...

Kapatid, Kasama mo ‘Ko 2

DAY1 The One Voice Magazine team rose bright and early to converge at the Civil-Military Operations Regiment (CMOR) Headquarters in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, at 8 a.m. We were an excited bunch, wide-eyed and animated, our arms carrying sleeping bags and backpacks....

Backstage No More

Have you ever thought of how your parents came up with your name? People usually call me “Aiah,” but my real name is nothing close to it. I’d like to share the story of how I came to appreciate my real name more. And then maybe, I shall reveal my real name at the end...

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