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(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)

Q.) WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN JESUS SAID, “LET THE DEAD BURY THE DEAD?”

A.) THAT MEANS THOSE VITALLY STANDING, YET EMPTY IN THE SPIRIT, STILL THEY’RE DEAD IN THE SIGHT OF GOD. THEN JESUS SAID, “FOLLOW ME, AND LET THE DEAD BURY THE DEAD.” (Matthew 8:22)

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YESTERDAY (Nov. 6), the City Council resumed its weekly regular session following the series of holidays they enjoyed, I mean its august members—capped by the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, last Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 that fell on a Thursday and Friday, respectively. As it came alive again, yesterday, a Tuesday (Nov. 6), its majority floor-leader (Dist. 1) Councilor Cesar “Sang” Jimenez, read their agenda for today, and how they more touted the two separate privilege speeches of, first to deliver, of course, from the “yellow” or better coined it “pink” to honor more its camp leader lady Mayor Beng Climaco-Salazar who’s always sporting the latter type of color, in the person of her new spokesman, Dist. 2 Councilor Rommel Agan, their pambato for the vice mayoralty seat in the upcoming 2019 midyear elections. “After Councilor Rommel Agan, it’ll be the turn of Dist. 1 Councilor Litlit Macrohon to deliver his own privilege speech, as well,” the floor-leader was hinted to have added, according to my grapevine, as I left early to catch up to my 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. TV talk show on TV-13.

“They turned it into a political circus, as Councilor Agan was given all the leeway to clarify the issue of the supposed phase out of the tricycles in the city raised by the red camp vs. the Beng Climaco-Salazar administration. They’re now using even their own legislative body as their own forum to hit one another. Cosa ba se sila? Nuay pa gane campanya di-ila, taman guera ya man sila? What’s Comelec doing here, Pencing?”

I can only say this, “Comelec is toothless. Nuay dyente.”

Again, I have to cut short my piece for today, as crisis in Zamcelco still haunts my back. So, I’m off now. See you, next time, as always. (30)




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