I Went To A Secondary LABORATORY School!
What was it like to be an experiment? Nothing unusual unless you knew you were being studied and practiced on. This thought never came across anyone who ever went to my high school. What caught us was the school name we had to embrace as our Alma Mater. The Don Mariano Marcos Memorial Polytechnic State College (DMMMPSC) created a secondary school, or high school, for the practicing teachers in their Bachelor of Science in Education Course. I was in it in the year 1988-1992. This school changed its name to DMMMPSC, before I enrolled, in honor of the Philippine President’s old man. Previously it had several names and finally I graduated in the same school with a different name; Mindanao Polytechnic State College (MPSC). My son, now in the same school, will be graduating in the same school but in another name; Mindanao University of Science And Technology (MUST). If there was a thought about our school, it was confusion centered on the name-changing rather than in the scary thought that we were a specimen. Nevertheless, if there was ever any mind that went that far into confusion, I never noticed. In other words, we got to the other end of the bridge as normal as can be… or so I thought. Now I am seeing something different between my school mates and other people who went to a different school.
Hebrews 11:2 (NLT)
It’s time to SEE.
Religious Mind Wrecker
- to change one’s mind, i.e. to repent
- to change one’s mind for better, heartily to amend with abhorrence of one’s past sins