Bernardo M. Villegas
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Full Heart

           Wool Reyes, a passionate football player, captain and coach, met his Creator at the early age of thirty four with a Full Heart.  Last March 18, the eve of the feast of St. Joseph--Patron of a Good Death-- he died of a massive heart attack that was occasioned by a brain aneurysm.  I can picture him telling his Supreme Judge:  "I have finished the course Plenus Pectus.  This is the motto in Latin that we adopted in the football club that I helped organize with my three brothers.  Two words.  It means Full Heart.  100 percent.  If you put your heart to anything, everything follows.  Because we believe more, you see more, and people see that as well and they get inspired."  Wool learned his Latin from Southridge, one of the few remaining schools in Asia that still teach Latin as a foundation for the humanities and the learning of the romance languages.

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