Friday, March 27, 2009

"Nasanay ka lng na nsayo pa, peo pghnanap mo na, wla na pla."

I have this gift...that my friend gave me a couple of months ago.

I used to wear it around.

'Til i came to notice i have to put it away for awhile.

So I kept it in a bag
that i kept in another, and another, and another.

All this time I was completely convinced that it's just there. My friend even asked me why i don't have it with me. Confidently,i told him I have it back home.

But when the time came i wanted to put it back on,to my dismay,it's not there.

I started looking in every bag within my reach.
Til i fell desperately searching every corner of the house.
After a couple of hours of being such a jerk.. I got convinced.


Believing some things STILL exist when they no longer don't.

Sometimes, we have to reclaim ourselves.
When we fall desperate over somthing, we have to look deep into us once in a while... just to check if things are still going well within us--
To see if the things we have and the things we THINK we have still match up.
And if they don't, put yourself back in place.

Learn from it that there are things we lose on the way...unknowingly.
Things that we no longer have but get us caught in the IDEA OF HAVING it.

And the only way out of it... is to learn to admit, accept and finally LET GO.

Sunday, March 15, 2009


someone told me,

then i said,

uu emo :P haha
pakamatay kna OLOL ! HAHA

some secrets are really meant to be kept.
That is exactly why they have to be a secret in the first place.

bihirang maisulat ang kaligayahan

ni minsan b hindi ka nagtaka,
bakit 2wing malungkot ka, andami mong nasasabe?
blog k ng blog tungkol sa mga pilosopiya mo sa buhay at kung anu2.
samantalang pag masaya ka,
ang nasasabi mo lng,
"grabeh. ang saya2x !"
wla kng mgwa kundi mgpost lng ng picture kht wlng makita !!!??.

ggwan mo b un ng tula ?

ndi nmn db ??

bkt bihirang maisulat ang kaligayahan.

kanina, nkwento sakin ni PAM,ipinabasa sa kanila un .
aun.(prng wla lng dw. kase super tgalog everprng wlng sense xguro :P

pag masaya ka, you express it to the highest level db !?
tawa ng tawa . hala . sige . tawa .
kulang nlng as in xbhn mo,"woo.MASAYA AKO!!"

peo pg malungkot ka . aba . umiiyak kb ng todo2x ?
sa harap ng mdming tao ?
o nagmumukmok k ln sa kwarto. tpos pnipilit mu klimutan.
pa'sound3p2x pa. puo senti nmn. so gnun din.

diba. anung point?

wala :)


ibig xbhn nun,

pg masaya ka, you let it out .
pg malungkot ka, you keep it in .

tulad lng ean ng GAMIT.
pg itinago mo, maiiwan tlga sau..
peo kpg ipinamigay mo.. mwwla at malilimutan mo agad.

yn din ang dahilan kung bakit pag masaya ka,
KAHIT GANU KPA KASAYA,pg meh bglng nangyreng mlungkot,
di mo na mppncn kung ganu ka NAGING kasaya.


so kung malungkot ka,
try mo i-announce ! bka mwala !!
db !!!

kea lng di lht ng bgay pde mu ipaalam sa lht ..
meh mga bgay na nakakacra, nkakasama,
call me plastic, call me liar,
bsta alm ko, im just doin wuts lesser evil ! :P


Thursday, January 29, 2009

it's not about THIS, it's about THAT

(you confused? give this a shot...)

it's a stupid thing to say,
"you'll find someone you deserve."

Love is not about who you deserve,
it's about who you want.

And no matter how perfect a person is for you,

if he's not who you want,

he will never be.

That's why no matter how much a person hurts you,you'd still wish 'em back despite the way you show that you no longer care.

And if lots of good people would line up at you, you barely even notice 'em -- for what's important is who we love, not who loves us.

It's not about "how many",

It's about "who".

Saturday, January 24, 2009

y descendiente finals

Y descendiente FINALS

what can i say ,, even from a bit whooshy view it looks great :D
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

MARKS of the church

The Marks or Identifying Characteristics of the Catholic Church
The Marks or Identifying Characteristics of the Church

by Fr. William G. Most

We often speak of the four marks of the Church: one, holy, Catholic and Apostolic. We do not mean that these are distinctive enough to prove the Catholic Church is the only Church of Christ. But they do help.

Christ established only one Church. "There is one Lord, one faith, one baptism" (Ephesians 4:5). Presently we will speak of the relation of members of other churches to the Catholic Church.

We say the Church is holy, not in the sense that all members are holy--far from it. But her Founder gave it all the needed means to make people holy.

The Church is Catholic because it is universal: "God wills all to be saved, and to come to the knowledge of the truth" (1 Timothy 2:4). It aims to take in all persons, in fulfillment of the command of Christ in Matthew 28:19.

We say the Church is apostolic because it goes back to the Twelve Apostles chosen by Christ Himself. The Pope and Bishops have their authority in succession from the Apostles. The Pope is the visible Head as Vicar of Christ, Christ is the invisible Head. We know Christ intended His Church to last until the end of time, because He explicitly said: "Behold, I am with you all days until the consummation of the world" (Matthew 28:20). Again, many of His parables make this clear, such as the parable of the net in which the good will be separated from the evil at the end, or the parable of the weeds in the wheat, with the same idea.

There can be, and are, bishops validly ordained who are not in union with the Pope. These are called schismatics, and lose many graces by their rejection of the Head of the Church.

Vatican II taught that just as Peter and the Apostles formed a sort of college, with Peter as the head, so in a somewhat similar way, the Pope and the Bishops also form a college (LG chapter 3). This relationship is called collegiality. However Vatican II also taught in that same chapter that the Pope can even, if he so wishes, give a solemn definition of doctrine without consulting the Bishops, and that He has immediate authority over everyone in the Church, including each Bishop.

The Church is also called the People of God, that is, those who come under the new and eternal Covenant (cf. Exodus 19:5; Jeremiah 31:31-33). St. Paul in Romans 11:17-18 pictures Christians of his day--and so also today--as being engrafted into the tame olive tree, which stands for the original People of God, into places left empty by the fallen branches, Jews who rejected Christ.

Taken from The Basic Catholic Catechism
PART FIVE: The Apostles' Creed IX - XII
Ninth Article: "The Holy Catholic Church; the Communion of Saints"

By William G. Most. (c) Copyright 1990 by William G. Most.