There’s More Than Meets the Eye by Jay L. Leccio

  “I believe, in order to assist the elderly people to maintain the highest quality of life, we must enhance their self-esteem by letting them feel that they are still needed and loved”.   This is a story of a man who always captures my attention and my heart as well. “Manong” (a common Filipino […]

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Rusty the Recycler – Chapter 2

  “I am completely blown away by a 5 year old boy who travels the streets collecting recyclables to buy food for his family and even more that he was the one who took responsibility to distribute food to others before he had some for himself!” Both Cel and I were very impressed by 5 year […]

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Lanie the Rice Cake Vendor – by Jereza Bondad

“It was such a heartwarming experience knowing that there people like Lanie who earn a very little amount of money  but still continue to hope that better days are in store for them through their faith and hard work”. I used to buy my favorite native delicacy/snack from Lanie, the Biko vendor here in Consolacion, […]

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Jake the Flower Vendor

Jake the Flower Vendor This is Jake a 7 year old flower vendor on streets. He is one of the recipients of Dycom’s contribution to society. I was walking by trying to get home when he approached me and said “Big brother may you please by some flowers so I can buy myself a dinner”? [...]

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The Lady in the Rubbish Tip

The Lady in the Rubbish Tip We were travelling home from being out yesterday and stopped for some refreshments. As soon as we opened the car door there was an incredible stench, which was coming from a large pile of rubbish about 30 metres down the road. We had to walk past the rubbish to [...]

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