Another Fine Addition : PRO Ruben Tulud

Posted by admin | Posted on January 26, 2016
Ruben Tulud, Egyptologist and Poet

 January 26, 2016
HAPI is attracting the best of the best. Indeed, water seeks its own level.
Mr Tulud has been known to me since 2010, doing some quiet but noble work. I have known
him better when we went to Baguio as a team in 2013. He was the very reason why we did not find ourselves homeless at the  top of the mountains of Baguio.

As a Chief Inspector of LTO in La Loma District, he is a busy bee, but find time to
promote his advocacy in humanism and secularism. He loves talking to people and entertaining guests in his not so humble abode in Quezon City fondly called, the House of Horus.

Tulud has a BSBA in Accounting and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, in which he graduated Magna Cum Laude at  La Salle Araneta University, such a feat to consider when applying for positions like in HAPI.

Tulud has been married for 25 years to an apatheist, a former Roman Catholic,  with 2 precious and beautiful children. I guess, his wife has no qualms about his atheism, since most humanist/atheist visitors are brought there for some overview about  HAPI.

Tulud is  the owner of the House of Horus, the HAPI official museum and one of HAPI’s offices in the Philippines located in Quezon City.
He sure does his work seriously even before HAPI and has  entertained our guest from Switzerland very recently.
He  is the main contact for bridging the gaps between other nonreligious groups, nonetheless, has been doing such good deed even without the title.
By the way, Tulud is also a poet, who spends his time making lovely poems in the wee hours of the morning.
 
  

The House of Horus, HAPI museum and office in MM

His reason for finally making it official to be an officer in HAPI?
As per interview, he quipped, ” HAPI is international and more prestigious and professional”.  

  “HAPI and Horus” are now together, at last.

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