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As I am writing this month’s Ed Note, Taal Volcano’s wrath has affected hundreds of thousands of people living and working in towns all over the Southern Tagalog, specifically the provinces of Batangas and Cavite. Compared to other disasters, Taal Volcano’s initial activity and impending eruption feels closer to home probably due to the area’s popularity with tourists. For foodies, Tagaytay is also a favorite destination because some of the best restaurants in the country are found there. From humble eateries in Mahogany Market serving specialties like bulalo and tawilis, to Antonio’s, and countless others, Tagaytay, Silang and other neighboring towns are home to these amazing places. Personally, a few friends also either work, have businesses or live in and around the ridge. Of course, closures, whether temporary or permanent, will affect so many families directly or indirectly. Times like these bring out the best, and sadly, the worst in people. So many people have taken steps to collect and send relief goods to affected areas, while there are some misguided few who suggests seeding clouds for rain, or opening establishments to draw people back. Yes, people need their jobs and normal lives back, but at what cost? Nature is beyond anyone’s control and we should heed the advice of those who know best. I pray that the people affected by Taal Volcano’s activity put safety as top priority. May resilience and “bayanihan” spirit reign and may God spare our countrymen from further disasters and hardship.

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