One of the key messages the author of this book tries to convey is that we must learn to "pick our battles" while teaming up with other individuals regardless of status and political views... More > to navigate the world justice system. We also must learn to develop the art of waiting for our justice system is often a slow process and frustrating experience.
This book, Nostalgia, is not a characteristic of the genre of memoirs that would seem to indulge the author in some poetic reliving of past events. There is an emotional mixture, wanting only to tell the story and drawing little attention to its experiences. While sometimes uninspired in its delivery, this book would be useful to individuals interested in the often banal, but ever challenging aspects of labor camp life.
More than anything, I hope that as you read this book, your will be deeply touched and inspired to leap forward despite hardships and trials along the way.< Less
As a new material for college students, this work humbly attempts to provide a different approach on the subject by integrating into it the perspective of civil society. It also tries to establish... More > coherence of the major events from the Pre-Spanish period towards the eventual creation of the 1987 Constitution, and provide the context on which the provisions therein was drafted and relate them to the developments of present-day Philippines.< Less