Salamat guys sa pagpunta dito samen.. Imbis na ako ang pumunta kina David dahil bagong uwi sya, sya pa talaga ang naghouse-to-house visitation, ahaahha! Pasensya na kung sobrang busy ng mga tao na nadatnan mo dito~ Salamat din kay MB Jerome.. dahil muntik lang naman kayong naligaw sa pagpunta dito hehe.
Let’s really schedule a meeting na available tayo :D God bless!!
PS. @Dabeed.. eto na yung blog na sinasabi mo dati hehehe
I hold this pen again
And started on this plain
Wrote down the time and date
Wondering what to create.
I've been musing on the past
Things that never really last
All I've been gaining is lost
Like leaves, in the wind, tossed
around and around, hard to be found,
tracking down the sound
of every music played, every word spoken,
every action done, every promise broken.
Story written: July 14 – Thursday
wish ko lang ganeto ang maabutan ko sa loob ng MRT -- hindi masyadong puno! --everytime sasakay ako! ...
Ok I’m back na naman sa pagbabyahe along Ortigas Avenue. Ang huli ko talagang “journey” dito eh nung 1st-2nd yr student ako sa former “college” ko sa Mandaluyong. Grabe talaga ang traffic from Ortigas Ext. hanggang Meralco then papuntang Crossing (dun kasi yung mga jeep na papuntang JRU and other way to Quiapo). Sa Ortigas Ave. kasi halos dumadaan lahat ng PUJs/PUVs/PUBs — papuntang Quiapo, Manila, Makati (mejo), Mandaluyong, San Juan, Divisoria, and ang *puso* ng EDSA. Kaya parang sa lahat ng oras eh peak hour. Nakakabad trip bumyahe dahil kahit anong aga mong umalis sa bahay nyo eh malelate ka pa ren dahil sa “scarcity” ng mga sasakyan (mababa lang talaga supply ng jeeps, o sobrang dame ata ng pasahero) at trapik. Continue reading
I’ve been reading the Book of Jeremiah for weeks now. Unfortunately my goal didn’t materialize — it was to reach the Book of Daniel before June ends, but then, there were problems, but now I’m back on track.
carried away from homeland...
Sometime before I had reached Jeremiah, I was excited to reach chapter 29, because my favorite verse can be found there – from verse 11 up to 14a. The whole chapter is actually a letter of God to the remaining captives carried away by King Nebuchadnezzar from Jerusalem to Babylon. Verses 5-7 tell of how God wanted the Israelites to build houses and dwell in that foreign place, to have a family of their own, and to seek the peace of the land through asking God for it. Then here comes verse 11:
“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the LORD, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.” Continue reading