Note: This is actually an academic paper I submitted for my Development of Western Music class under Sir Jonathan Coo last semester, around September 2014. Today, I randomly found it as I rummaged through my files and thought of posting it here. It’s a mix of a feature article and a reflection paper, and was most likely done a day before it was due. Huge thanks to Joshua Cerdenia for accommodating a rush online interview. 🙂
On October 30, 2014 (a day before the yearbook write-up was due), I tried to write a piece that both captures my college experience in Ateneo (as much as it can) and complies with the 500-character limit. Obviously, I failed. — (more…)
What happens to people when they die? Do their souls actually stay hovering over the earth’s surface, as long as they have a reason to? Or is that really the case. and they are not given a choice in the matter?
Today for me was a day of taking a break from the nasty mess of university Senior life, although I really shouldn’t be doing that with all the requirements piling up. I created this blog as I enter what I believe is a next step in my writing (more on that later), and I also just came from this wonderful concert at the Church of the Gesu, in celebration of 200 years of Jesuit Restoration.
It was a very inspiring event filled with so much talent and grace. I mean, just look at that line-up!