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(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)

Q.) WHY’S IT NOT RIGHT TO JUDGE OTHERS AS WARNED IN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES?

A.) “DO NOT JUDGE OTHERS, AND YOU WILL NOT BE JUDGED. DO NOT CONDEMN OTHERS, OR IT WILL ALL COME BACK TO YOU.” (Luke 6:37). Email: jayfeliciano2@yahoo.com

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FOR at least three straight days, Zamcelco was, and even up to now, the thorn of its own member-consumers.

“Pencing, biro mo iyan, the power outage came at 4 a.m. (last Thursday), and the light only came back at 2 p.m. Ano ba ang nangyari sa ating Zamcelco? Nakakainis talaga!” bemoaned a retired marine soldier in Brgy. Upper Calarian.

Another concerned power consumer griped, “Cosa ba ta pasa na Zamcelco? Dol todol dia yalang man ta ace sila brownouts o blackouts? Bueno pa antes, aura mas grabe man ta keda na diaton coriente de luz.”

Still more complaints poured in, and I could only cite a few: “Pencing, in our area, 6 times came the power curtailments, and we just didn’t know what went wrong,  as they never announced beforehand about all these power failures in our place. It was just too much to bear,” came the misgiving of a housewife from a barangay in the west-coast; “We couldn’t work for our welding jobs because there was no electricity almost the whole day yesterday,” a laborer of a construction firm doing major repairs in one house, rued.

OMG! Yo gan este, I have to cut short my column today, or else I might be again caught off guard, and I can’t allow that anymore, lest I’ll start my work from zero again. No way! You can’t outsmart me this time anymore. Bye you, blues, for now, and if ever, for good, please. (By Jun Feliciano)  (30)




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