Prosy Abarquez Delacruz, J.D.
Prosy Abarquez-Delacruz, J.D. writes a weekly column for Asian Journal, called “Rhizomes.” She has been writing for Asian Journal Press for 9 years now. She contributes to Balikbayan Magazine. Her training and experiences are in the field of science, food technology, law and community volunteerism for 4 decades. She holds a B.S. degree from the University of the Philippines, a law degree from Whittier College School of Law in California and a certificate on 21st Century Leadership from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. She has been a participant in NVM Writing Workshops taught by Prof. Peter Bacho for 4 years and Prof. Russell Leong. She has travelled to France, Holland, Belgium and Mexico and 22 national parks in the US, in pursuit of her love for arts.
January 13, 2018
January 06, 2018
December 30, 2017
December 23, 2017
December 16, 2017
“SPENDING on food and health together make up more than 30 percent of the U.S. economy, yet our politicians and civic leaders aren’t discussing these important issues. They may bicker about how to finance health-care reform, but I’d like to … Continue reading →
September 02, 2017
“GOD is always inviting us to climb higher, to go further, to draw closer. No matter how many possessions we may have, no possession in the world can equal the treasure of deep union with the God who created us, … Continue reading →
August 26, 2017
“SLAVERY was a violation of the Declaration’s “majestic interpretation of the economy of the Universe,” allowed by the founders because it was already among us, but placed by them in the course of ultimate extinction. Although unfulfilled in the present, … Continue reading →
August 20, 2017
“In the same way, when we ponder deeply how God has touched our lives in so many amazing ways—by freeing us from slavery to our sins, giving us hope, healing our minds and bodies, changing our hard hearts, answering our … Continue reading →
August 12, 2017
“EVERY time a chant is offered, you have to think of the chant as a form of praising—it is the form of prayer. That’s first because the spiritual essence, the mana gives us the power to chant. Personal mana. The … Continue reading →