LIFE

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1st day

CLICK image for life’s ‘secret’.

Aush na siguro ito — magkaroon naman ako ng matinong title ( at post — kasi wala akong masyadong sinulat ) paminsan-minsan.

May lumang cut-&-paste dito, baka types you basahin (uli) →

Published in: on 8 April 2012 at 4:00 am  Leave a Comment  
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e-sun

Etlug, etlug!

Ang wabeyt, nangeklug!

Easter Sunday”?

Nihaluan ng wabbit at etlug?

Sssshhh!!! Santa-semana pa woi!

Wag makukulet, wag makukulet!

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“In”-time for earthquakes & tsunamis!

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Published in: on 24 April 2011 at 7:00 am  Comments (2)  
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broke out

Easter morning 2010

Sunrise is a beautiful sign of renewed hope, everlasting love and countless blessings… It was created by GOD to remind us that there always will be sunrise after every sunset.

Maliwanag ba? Kung hindi, eto mas simple — leksyon mula sa isang itlog.

When an egg breaks by a power outside, life ends. When an egg by a power within, life begins. Great things always begin from that POWER within.

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Happy Easter!

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Published in: on 4 April 2010 at 9:49 am  Comments (2)  
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Lifespan

Wigwam Wigglerson still lives at 2 years 4 months and 14 days today.

Nalagpasan na pala ni Wigwam ng tatlo o apat na araw ang naging lifespan ng kanyang ninunong uncle na si Mocha Rurik?

CLICK MO DITO ▼ for kwentong daga (and MORE) …

The Next Chapter after the Last

The epitaph says:
“Here once lay JESUS CHRIST. He died for the sin of the whole world.
Died: 33 A.D. ROSE AGAIN: 33 A.D.”

Ito ang lead essay mula sa isang aklat na may katulad na pamagat.
(The Next Chapter After The Last. Chosen and edited by Harry Verploegh.
Copyright 1987, Christian Publications, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
).

The Next Chapter after the Last

by A.W. Tozer

The four gospels tell the story of the life and ministry of Jesus, and in so doing, they follow accurately the ordinary course of biography, giving the facts of His birth, growth, work, death and burial. That is the way with biography: the very word itself suggests it, for it comes from bios, life, and graphein, to write, and means the written history of a person’s life. So says Noah Webster.

Now, when we look at the Gospels we note an odd — and wonderful — thing. An extra chapter is added. Why?

(This is about the Greatest Story. CLICK this to continue reading.)