Category Archives: Arts and Literature

Vice Consul Shiena Tesorero shares her time with us

I have always admired women who handle important positions in the community and yet, they still manage to show concern for ordinary folks. Vice Consul Shiena Tesorero is one of those women who are busy with Herculean duties and responsibilities but can still take time to attend invitations sent to her. Madam Vice Consul, thank…

Thank You to Labor Attache Chavez

Sir Labatt, the message you gave us for The Global Filipino Bloggers Slam book – OFW Edition added strength to me so I may continue my earnest inclination to social media and my advocacy for fellow Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).

In Deep Gratitude to Sir Con. Gen.

A few years prior to August 21, 2015 on our Global Filipino Bloggers Slam book – OFW Edition book launch and signing event, Consul General Atty. Raul H. Dado has been one of the father figures I am fortunate to meet here in Kuwait.

GFB OFW Book Contributors

There were a lot of things on my mind when I started to review the bloggers slam book contributors from Diary ni Gracia and hoping for my first book to be published was at the top of my list back then. I was enthusiastic, maybe idealistic at some point.

Reasons for writing GFB OFW Book

Writing has always been my innate inclination since my high school days and being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) gave me the chance to join forum since 2010. A year after, I was able to have my own website – more of an online journal of my expat life.

Tatay Jobo Elizes, book publisher

Let me introduce to you the publisher of my first book, The Global Filipino Bloggers Slambook – OFW Edition. I fondly call him Tatay. Tatay Jobo Elizes is Filipino who emigrated to the United States during the 1990s. He started publishing books as a hobby but later made a career out of it. To date,…

Five reasons to buy The Global Filipino Bloggers Slambook OFW Edition

The Global Filipino Bloggers Slambook OFW Edition, my first book to be published is out on amazon. For friends, fellow OFW bloggers here in Kuwait, I want to share with you my five (5) reasons why you should buy this book and more: 1. To be inspired and to inspire others as well. The beautiful…

Dreams Do Come True

Dreams do come true…but only with hard work, patience, determination and the most important of all – Faith in the Almighty so He will direct your ways. The long wait is over for one my dreams coming true; to see my first book published. After years of preparation, The Global Filipino Bloggers Slambook OFW Edition…

Introduction to Mystical Poems of Rumi

Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rumi was born on September 30, 1207 to Persian speaking parents in what is present day Afghanistan. He is known also as Mevlana or Mawlānā (Our Master), Mevlevi or Mawlawī (  My Master). He was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic.

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