Updated: May 7
THAT QUEST FOR MEANING
We started April with the observance of Holy Week, Christendom’s most revered time as
we celebrate mankind’s redemption from sins through the sacrifices of Christ. This is also a significant time to reflect on the dynamics of religiosity and spirituality in light of the diversity in beliefs and traditions shared even among non-Christians and today’s younger generation. Add a raging pandemic, and we further take stock about life’s values and our own respective quests for meaning.
That search continues as we now blend work with our own personal lives ever more closely. In this month’s PMMO, we share insights and perspectives not focusing on what divides us, but what unites. The debates may never end, but if guided by the virtue of respect, then let the conversations be open, engaging and most importantly, safe.
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JOVENIR F. BATAICAN