Saturday, June 28, 2008

Hello Guys

Hello to all of my Friends online and all visitors. A'm very sorry for a long long time not updating here on my blog and of course not to visit to all of my friends website. I'm really-really sorry our internet connection is damage by the typhoon and until now it can't fix /or I say till now it is not already repair so I rent in other computer shop to post here and let you know what happen to us why I can't visit or responds your visit of mine. Hope to fix this problem and hopefully can blog back and do my routine everyday.

Thanks to all of my friends na matiyang sumisilip sa blog ko kahit di ko naapdate sa ngayon.Thanks very-very much.

Hope to see you soon around blogosphere.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Hot Seal Tag

Thanks Ester for this wonderful tag.

Are you deeply in love with your spouse or boyfriend/girlfriend? If you do, lets try how well you remember the moment of your life with him. But before you put yourself in the hot seat please read the rules of this tag first.

1. This tag should pass on to your closest friends.
2. Visit the blog of this person you've got this tag.
3. Leave a comment on her/ his tag post. Be sure to thanks her/him for this tag.
4. Highlight and link all the list of people who accepted this tag by visiting their blog site.
5. There are 10 questions that you need to answer but you will be the one to write the 10Th question for the next person you want to pass this tag.

Here's your questions: Be honest and true!

1. How did you meet your husband /wife or boyfriend/girlfriend?
Answer: We are at the same boarding house.

2. Where did you went in your first date?
Answer: SM Center point at Dun kin Donut

3. When was your first intimate kiss?
Answer: after our date

4. How many girlfriends/ boyfriends he /she had in the past? Do you honestly know?
Answer: Many but don't know how many heheheeh......
5. What is his/her ethnicity?
Answer: Filipino/ Bulacano

6. What is his/her favorite food?
Answer: Kakanin all that are sweet kaya may diabetes siya......

7. What is he/she like if he/she is mad?
Answer: leave him alone just like me.

8. What are the things he/she did you thought is the most romantic thing he'd/she'd ever done?
answer: Choosing us his family than parents and barkada's

9. Describe how he proposed to you .
Answer: No proposed was happen just an incident that we are made to be a couple its a long story telling

10. What is his/her favorite color.
Answer: Nothing favorite just as if he saw the thing that good for his taste he get it. Tama ba yun paliwanag ko ay bahala na kau umintindi ha.

They Played along:
1. Soujourn2. Pinay Mom in Czech Republic3. See Me for What You Will4. Lainy’s Musings5. Our Journey To Forever6. Sheng’s Simple Thoughts…7. Pinay WAHM8. Me and My World9. coicoi’s World10. BLOGSILOG11. Blessings in Life12. Wonderful Things In Life13.Raptured Dreams 14. Concealed Mind 15.Unspoken Lines 16. Embracing Health For Life 17. Thata's Daily Blog 18. Your next

I'm Tagging Madel, Lou, Bregie, Sheng

Saturday, June 14, 2008

A Short Reminder to all Parents

Got this reminder from my online friend. Just want to share this wonderful message to all who celebrated the fathers day today. While reading these message i was very touch so i think that sharing these message is very great. This is a reminder for us if we're getting angry. These message is targeted to a father co'z today is fathers day.

Here is:
While Dad was polishing his new car, his 4 yrs old son picked up a stone and scratched line on the side of the car. In his anger, Dad took the child's hand and hit it many times, not realizing he was using a wrench. At the hospital, his child said, ''Dad, when will my fingers grow back?'' Dad was so hurt not knowing his tears was slowly drop down to his check. He went back to the car and kicked it a lot of times. Sitting back, he look at the scratches. There he read Chile wrote ''I LOVE YOU DAD''.

All is remind to us if we're in anger situation. Anger and love have no limits...... we never realize when we hurt someone. Its easy hurting... and its easy forgiving but its very hard to forget.

And for the one who's hurt....!!! Whenever we are angry remember this message...... anyway HAPPY FATHERS DAY TO ALL FATHERS AND TO ALL WHO VISIT HERE AND TAKE TIME TO READ THESE SHORT MESSAGE. THANKS A LOT ..... ISN'T TOUCHING OR NOT?

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Our Lifestyle Today

Lifestyle is supposed to be determined and dictated by one's ability to generate and manage money. If we as parents extend the privilege of our lifestyle to our children that is our choice. However it is also our duty to impart upon them the most basic rule of life: Earn it, then live it.
I certainly have not resolved the logic behind giving grade school kids an allowance or ''baon''. Pocket money is normal but giving an allowance nowadays is viewed as an entitlement or a salary for going to school.

The riches of millionaires have become what they are through one simple word: WORK. Parents who persist on ''bribing'' or extending an earned money to their children are destroying their children's future by failing to instill in them in good work ethic, the value of savings, and raising them with an unrealistic experience with wealth and money. This perhaps is the reason why we have a growing number of malcontents in the workforce. Their childhood entitlements cross over to their adult expectations that life owes them or they deserve it.

Now more than ever American media and society have begun to confront the aftermath of this social mistake. Faced with broken marriages and careers brought about by financial mismanagement, Americans today admit that they have become obese in body, in lifestyle an in attitude. They have realized that they have given more focus to the pleasures rather than the discipline. So instead of three credit cards and three cars they are cutting down to real needs and real essentials.

We unfortunately don't even have the foundations. Work as an errands, summer jobs, or part-time stints are not given value. Its all about grades. Its all about being in the right crowd and the right schools, yet ultimately ending up as employees. Many of the real rich and successful people in our society were not even great students. But they all had to earn a living and they also had a life.

Saving and delaying gratification is not taught mostly because the parents themselves are ignorant or incompetent in this area. Saving as they practice it is a result of leftovers or surplus and not intentional or by design.

If you have time read the proverbs of Solomon. Some of the most popular business philosophies is based on this book in the Bible. For all you hard workers: ''Be sure you know the conditions 0f your flocks, give careful attention to your herd; for riches do not endure forever, and a crown is not secure for all generations''.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008


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Early Philippine Relation with Arabia and Japan

Japanese relations with the Philippines,like Chinese relations with the country, were limited to trade. Historical records show that Japanese traders, especially those from Nagasaki, frequently visited the Philippine shore and bartered Japanese goods for such Filipino products as gold and pearls.In the course of time,shipwrecked Japanese sailors, pirate traders, and immigrants settled in the Philippines and intermarried with the early Filipinos. When the Spaniards reached the Islands of Luzon in 1571, they found Japanese colonies and settlements in Manila and in some parts of Cagayan Valley,the cordillera region,Lingayen,Bataan, and Catanduanes Island. The relatively light complexion of the natives of Bondoc and Banaue is probably a result of the early contacts between the Japanese and other Islanders from south of Japan and the natives of the cordillera.

Philippine relations with the Arabs started in the thirteenth century when the latter established a trading post at Canton in Southern China. In the course of their trips to China, the Arab traders visited various spots in the Philippines,notably Palawan, Mindanao, Mindoro and certain parts of Luzon,especially Pangasinan.Through these,Arabian cultural influences reached the archipelago.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Our Early Philippine Relations with India and China

Centuries before the christian era, India was a land of flourishing cities and powerful kingdoms. One of this kingdoms- that of the Pallavas-became the dominant power in Southern India and the Islands of Ceylon (now Sri-Lanka). At the height of the Pallava power, it expanded overseas and established colonies in Indo-China, Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Malaya, and other areas in Southeast Asia.

Then in the eight century A.D., the kingdom of the Pallavas declined and finally crumbled. Out of the Pallava Colonies in Malaysia emerged various Indianized states, notably the empire of Sri-Vijaya and then the Madjapahit Empire. By the fifth and sixth centuries, there were Indianized states in East Borneo, West Java, the east coast of Sumatra, central and southern Burma, and the valley of the Menam River in Thailand. The Muslim Malays who came to the Philippines were Indianized in culture, some of them being Indian converts. However, the Inbdian culture that they brought with them was very much overlaid by Islam.

Philippine relations with China started in the ninth century A.D. when Arab Traders carried Philippine goods to the Chinese mainland through the port of Canton, in Southern China. During the 167-year rule of the Sung Dynasty in China(A.D. 960-1127), Chinese goods entered the Philippine archipelago in a continuous stream. As a result, Chinese influences entered the Philippine coastal areas and spread into the interior. During the reign of the great Ming Dynasty(A.D. 1368-1644), Chinese influence father spread into the inner regions of the country.

China gained control of Philippine trade when the Ming emperor Yung Lo( A.D. 1402-1424), sent a fleet of over sixty vessels to the Philippine archipelago under the command of Admiral Cheng Ho. The fleet visited Lingayen, Manila Bay, Mindoro, and Sulu. For a short period, Yung Lo even tried to rule over Luzon and sent Ko Cha-Lao to the Island as governor. With the death of Yung Lo in A.D. 1424, however, his attempt to rule Luzon came to an end. By then important Chinese influences had gained a permanent foothold in the Philippines. Many words referring to Chinese cooking and trade are found in the Philippine languages. Philippine folks believe that crocodiles and large snakes are beneficial dragons of Chinese origin.

/in the fifteenth century when Islam reached the Southern Philippines through some fierce Arabs, the Chinese traders suffered a setback and sought new trading posts to those parts of the country where Islam had not yet gained foothold. Later, However, the Chinese were allowed to trade with the areas under the influence of the Arab traders.