Four years to date, it seems like it was only yesterday when the maiden issue of the Filipino Star came out.
Because the Filipino Star is an English newspaper, it is not only for Filipinos, but also for other nationalities.
It’s a newspaper that brings news to all, giving information that we need to know and entertain us as well.
This newspaper came into reality as envisioned by our editor, Mr. Antonio A. Antonio, who, since the very start, has been working hard to make it worth reading.
His dedication and perseverance are the reasons we are making names in the community. Thanks to the other columnists who are tireless in gathering interesting stories for the readers to enjoy.
Again, I say I’m honored to be a part in my own little way and capacity as a columnist of this prestigious newspaper.
Congratulations and more power to the staff. [box type=”default” size=”large”] Move on, you can do it [/box]Words of encouragement are one of the many things that the typhoon Yolanda victims need at this most crucial time of their lives. With all the help pouring in from all over the world and from their countrymen, victims should not lose hope for out there, hands are reaching out to them to help them survive.
Move on, you can do it for God, our Savior, knows always what’s best. Remember that God has a purpose for every heartache. [box type=”default” size=”large”] Food for thought [/box]“When trials loom or death is near, in Christ we can confide; we never need to be alone, He’s always at our
side.” – Sper
“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.” — Haruki Murakami
“The most beautiful people I’ve known are those who have known trials, have known struggles, have known loss, and have found their way out of the depths.” ― Elisabeth Kübler-Ross