Four years ago today, my father passed away. Back then, I was so devastated. My world fell apart and my life broke into bits and pieces. I must admit that even to this very day, I still feel the excruciating emotional pain of losing him. In fact, my heart still bleeds because of his death. … Continue reading Will I see my father again?
I always wanted to serve the people of Angeles City as an elected public official. It was what my heart truly desired even at a very young age. I had three attempts to follow my heart's desire. My first was in 2001. I was very young back then since I was only aged 23. While … Continue reading Thank you Angeles City
I refrained at first from commenting on the infamous brawl that took place during the basketball game between the Gilas Pilipinas and the Australian Boomers. I felt back then that it was not right for me to do so since I failed to watch the game. But I later felt compelled to air my views … Continue reading Hear before you condemn Gilas
It is not what you think It is not what you think. I did not commit Bigamy. By Bigamy, I am referring to the crime punishable with imprisonment for having a second marriage while the first still exists. For sure, I will never commit this or any other crime. Two significant events But there are … Continue reading I got married twice on July 16
When my father, Angelo “Sonny” C. Lopez, Jr., was still alive, he always talked to me about a place called Haduan. He did so whether we were speaking with each other privately at home or discussing some matters publicly on radio, both of which we loved doing together. Haduan is a place located in the … Continue reading Promise Fulfilled
Several months after the death of my father, Angelo “Sonny” C. Lopez, Jr., something truly wonderful happened. On January 22, 2016, then CDC President (now DOTr Secretary) Arthur P. Tugade signed for the corporation a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for the Haduan Water Supply Project in memory of my father. It was intended to provide … Continue reading Mission Accomplished
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In its succeeding Chapters titled respectively as The Head, Hands, Habits, and Conclusion, you will find even more of the useful if not valuable lessons on Servant Leadership. For ready reference, I am reproducing below some of these lessons, which I am certain will be worth reading even though a bit lengthy: The Head Servant … Continue reading The Servant Leader (Third and Final Part)
Self-Serving Leaders vs. Servant Leaders In its Chapter titled The Heart, the authors showed us how to easily spot the difference between Self-Serving Leaders and Servant Leaders. I am certain this was done purposely in order for us to have a clear if not a better understanding of what Servant Leadership means. Of course, having … Continue reading The Servant Leader (Second Part)
I finally found a great book on leadership. Or shall I say, it actually found me. Why? Because it came to me as a gift for Christmas and for which I am truly grateful receiving it. Love at First Sight Upon seeing the title of the book after unwrapping it, I fell in love with … Continue reading The Servant Leader (First Part)