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Robbie Pangilinan
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“No matter what happened to you in your past, you are not your past, you are the resources and the capabilities you glean from it. And that is the basis for all change.”
“No matter what happened to you in your past, you are not your past, you are the resources and the capabilities you glean from it. And that is the basis for all change.”

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“I feel happy because people call me pogi sometimes,” says Misagh with a laugh.

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TIM TEBOW ALMOST A PINOY

If the Philippines follows the US law on citizenship, Tim Tebow, former Heisman Trophy Awardee and former Denver Bronco’s quarterback would have been a natural-born Filipino citizen. Tim was born in Makati, Philippines but the Republic follows “jus sanguinis,” which is citizenship by blood and not where you were born.

Despite this, Tim is as much a Pinoy as any Filipino. He loves the Philippine countryside and helps his Dad ran their orphanage in South Cotabato whenever he has the chance.

“You don’t have to have lots of money or fame to be happy, “ declares TT. He continues, “As long as you realize you have a purpose in life as determined by God you will be fine.” “And what matters is you love what you do and you do it with passion,” he clarifies.

Tim recently reinvented himself to play in another sports, baseball. Unlike Jordan who switched to baseball when his basketball career was eclipsing, Tebow has still some gas left in his football tank. He played for 4 different teams including the Denver Broncos, NJ Jets, New England Patriots and most recently the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015.

He is now playing baseball with the NY Mets. He just hit his first homer in the instructional league. The Mets invested $100,000 to acquire him. His brand jersey will definitely sell a lot because of his popularity.

God-centric, Tebow believes in serving other people. He is a man for others. Reports from: Tom Choy

PHOTO CAPTION - While the two athletes play different sports, they do have a few things in common: Both were born in the Philippines (Tebow while his parents were missionaries there), and both are Christian.



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It is sad that sometimes , oftentimes, fellow PR practitioners do not practice ethics in the profession. In those time I just think that they need the client/project more than I do (though honestly, I feel I deserve it more). It's up to the client, Sometimes clients allow PR persons to fool them or take advantage of them -- out of pity I guess. And many times, I am confident that I have done and can do better than the others.

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“I tried squeezing, steaming, creams, natural treatments, and even warts remover to make them go away. But they just got more irritating and I’m afraid I will scar my skin,” says Bonna Paye Flores, a Zumba instructor and mother who noticed syringoma on her face six months ago.
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