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Letting the Beatitudes Become Your Attitude John A.H. Tomoso† The Beatitudes, as recorded in Chapter Five, verses 1–12 of Matthew’s Gospel, are best understood as descriptive and not prescriptive or telling us what to do but rather telling us about...

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Perspective on the Pandemic through the Lens of the Vineyard Tales Tradition God gives us two gifts: the wonder of His creation around us and His perfect law which revives our souls and grants us wisdom. I’ve just given a...

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Maui County Charter: Relevent To Our Everyday Lives The County Charter is akin to God’s Covenant as it serves to affect our social civility, order, peace and happiness in Maui County. John A.H. Tomoso† There will be charter amendments on...

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You Give Them Something To Eat … Making our lives a moral and spiritual lesson, a parable, for others to know and follow. John A.H. Tomoso† Why did Jesus teach in parables? Parables are simple stories used to illustrate a moral...

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Black Lives Matter In View It behooves us as a Filipino collective to recall our core Filipino values. John A.H. Tomoso† I was thinking of the 2011 notice BAYAN USA Southern California (sc@bayanusa.org) and its member organizations—Sisters of GABRIELA Awaken...

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Please and Thank You, Mom and Dad Editor’s note: The Fil-Am Voice extends its condolences to John and his family on the recent passing of his Mom Winona. John A.H. Tomoso† My mother, Winona Veronica Kaleimokuo-keanuenue Alo Tomoso, recently passed...

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