Glenn Fong

GlennFFAGlenn Fong is from Cali, Colombia but is currently living in Florida. He has been married to Sandra since 2001 and counting...(yes, it is possible! Marriage is supposed to be forever!), and they have been blessed with two children. Glenn studied Systems Engineering at San Buenaventura University in Cali, Colombia and now works for a multinational company as an Analyst-Developer. He is not a writer, but his passion for Christ and His Church propel him to write about many different topics. Glenn is author and editor of the Blog "It´s for Real".Glenn is author and editor of the Blog "It's for Real".

You can read Glenn's blog in spanish here: http://gfongm.wordpress.com

Wednesday, 23 November 2016 12:19

Elections, Anger, and Peace

Recently, the United States held its Presidential Election, and in my observations since then, everywhere I look I see both happy and frustrated faces.  Sadly, it seems that there are more faces of non-conformity, and I have a hunch as to why this may be. 

Saturday, 05 November 2016 14:03

Three Lessons for a Happy Life

Most of the time, we live our lives without realizing that every person we have met--and every person we will meet--help us to build our character and values.  A teacher, a clerk, and a doctor are people that we have met at least once in our lives, and each could have a profound effect on our character.

Friday, 16 September 2016 20:29

I am Not a Writer

Hello everyone.
My name is Glenn Fong.  However, my name may confuse my readers, as I am actually from Cali, Colombia.  My last name is Fong because my grandfather was from China, and my first name is Glenn because my parents’ favorite actor at the moment I was born was a guy called Glenn Ford. (Do you see it? Ford … Fong … it is almost the same).

In the last three decades the education in schools has had a very significant change, especially in the last five years where changes have been carried out in a manner almost fleeting. One could say that this new approach to education has been made for the good of the students, but unfortunately we can clearly see in the behavior of our young people and children that the new education is not working.

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