By Renee Juliene Karunungan
I commute every day. I have taken every possible mode of transportation there is in the city—bus, van, FX, train, tricycle, pedicab, name it. Like every other Filipino commuter, I daily experience the anger, courage, sadness, excitement and joy that come with commuting.
By Rmay L. Samarita
I am part of a hospital team that cares for newborns.
By Jerard Ancel Deauna Eusebio
We attribute so much power to experience. The more trials and hardships hurdled, the wiser we are. I guess that’s why we are respectful of wrinkly people whose hair has grown white, whose irises have become lighter, as if the light and color they came upon have siphoned life from their very eyes.
By Camille Obrero
It was around 3:30 in the afternoon when I headed to the jeepney terminal in Eton Centris on my way to the University of the Philippines Diliman.
By Natasha Victorino
She started working for my family at 16, too young and barely educated.