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They need to snap out of it. They need to wake up to the truth that not everything in the world is negative. They need to realize that they actually have the ability to change their mindset.

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A lot of people expect a United Nations arbitration court to rule in favor of our country over the territorial dispute in the West Philippine Sea.

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A new wow

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These days when somebody says wow about “our Dick” (to quote Bobby Joseph) they’re more likely to refer to his Herculean work as chairman of Philippine Red Cross.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is holding an emergency meeting any day now to make a new evaluation of the public health hazards of holding the summer Olympics this August in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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The elimination of “queues” in government offices is one among the initial marching orders of President-elect Rodrigo R. Duterte to the members of his Cabinet. This is a very doable reform in government and it can be done immediately. While the “queues” in government offices may seem less serious than the problem of corruption, solving the same will set the right tone for the “change” that we expect the incoming Duterte Administration to serve the Filipino people with Some may view the “queues” in government offices as a less serious problem but when we look at it deeply, we will have the same appreciation as what President-elect Duterte has on the matter. Obviously, he sees it as a serious concern that merits it to be included in the initial orders he gave to the members of his Cabinet.

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Happiness

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In his homily in St. Peter’s Square before some 70,000 youth who were in Rome for a Holy Year weekend for teenagers, Pope Francis said that “happiness has no price” and that it is “not an app that you can download on your phones, nor will the latest update bring you freedom and grandeur in love.”

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