Mai Kaufman: Tackling Homeschooling and Cancer

It comes as no surprise that the beautiful and stylish Interior Designer, Mai Kaufman, would find herself on the country’s most fashionable lists. She was one of Philippine Star‘s 10 Femmes of Fashion for Culte Femme and Women of Style, ABS-CBN’s Us Girls‘ Best Dressed Celebrities,  Preview Magazine‘s Best Dressed, one of Mega Magazine‘s Most Stylish Ladies, Pond’s and Plains and Prints‘ Fashion’s Finest and Beauty’s Best, Highly…

Even With a Death Sentence, You Can Have Full Life: Jing Egenias

In 1987, Raquel “Jing” Egenias underwent a hysterectomy at the age of twenty-seven.  She felt downcast that her hope to have future children was gone.  She had turned down her friend, Liza Buising’s many invitations to attend a bible study at AIM (Asian Institute of Management) where Ptr. Vic Quisumbing taught weekly.  This time, she…

Life in the Big C : Q&A with AGGIE SARTHOU, Stage 4 Cancer Survivor Part 2 of 2

This is the 2nd of a 2-part interview.  Link to Part 1 BITS:  What were the things that you could not do because of cancer? ACS: Indulge in pork. Meat intake has to be minimal. Meat is acidic. I have to keep my body alkaline.  I cannot not sleep. I have to have good 7-8 hours of…

Life in the Big C: Q&A with Dr. Agnes C. Sarthou, Stage 4 Cancer Survivor Part 1 of 2

Is someone you know afflicted with cancer or other chronic degenerative illness?  I hope this post will encourage you and your loved ones. Faith is known to be a tremendous factor in healing, even overriding prognoses and circumstantial limitations.  One such case is that of Dr. Agnes C. Sarthou who was diagnosed with Stage 4…