In the Latin Bible, Jesus Christ said to Mary after His resurrection, “Noli Me tangere...” (John 20:17). Inspired by these words, Dr. Jose Rizal penned a novel about the resurrection of the Filipino people, whose time had come to arise and forge a new destiny without the oppressive grip of Spain and her abusive padres. … Continue reading Touch me not: a resurrection of the Filipino spirit
Let me just say, as an aspiring photo hobbyist, I am a fan of Humans of New York (HONY). I love the portraits and their stories, reminding us that we are more alike than we are different, no matter where we live. Inspired by this, I thought of taking portraits of the children who attend our church outreaches. I … Continue reading Batang Batis (Children of the Spring)
Look who's so happy, she fought her naptime off so she could play with Rex. Thanks, dearest sister Lora (and to your Tita) for sending Rex to Manila!
Hi! I've uploaded some of my photographs to Flickr. If you'd like to take a look, here's the link to my photostream: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bituina/
Thank You YHVH, for giving me 30 years full of love and grace. Thank You for my family. I woke up yesterday to my Hubby's birthday greeting: Later in the afternoon we got to share some pizza with friends, and homemade cheesecake (I am a sucker for cheesecake, so I made my own birthday chocolate … Continue reading Hello, 30!
These photos were taken by yours truly on my last visit to Israel. L'shana habaah b'yerushalayim.
For almost a week, mornings have been grey and wet here in Manila. I woke up one morning to the sound of birds chirping, and a streak of sunlight shining so bright that our little man got excited to go out. "I want to catch some sun for my plants," said he. He couldn't stop … Continue reading View from our window