My life as a student Brother

MARIKINA, June 2, 2014 — It is our first day in school. We just walked and did not take a ride since we live here in our scholasticate, the Marist Asia-Pacific Center (MAPAC). On Mondays, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, we have subjects about the bible, the New and Old Testament.

Feelings? Does does it feel to become a student again?

It feels different.

During the diagnostic tests, I felt relaxed and it is okay for me to just commit mistakes by leaving blank answers to those I do not know. No pretensions or straining myself to try to answer what I do not know. I can learn later anyway.  That is one purpose of learning — to know the things that we do not know. Reinforcement, that is.

I am quite familiar with our professors, our very own staff Brothers in MAPAC community and lay mission partners. To be honest, I am more excited to know our new classmates from different religious institutes here especially the sisters.

Lessons will come later. First, let us mingle and have some clean fun.

1 thought on “My life as a student Brother

  1. hello, bro. allen… hala, pirmi ka nga pala sa Marikina. and, June din nag-start ang class, galing… hey, sana nakapasyal-pasyal na kayo uli. maganda ang Marikina as a community, lalo nitong huling mga taon (huwag lang babaha, haha). kaway-kaway, hope you are well… ~ ate san

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