kabet-kabet

(3 Olsolsdeyistoris for UNDASementeri)

( Walang kinalaman dito → kabit-kabit )

SUMARI:

Istori 1 — Kabit-kabit na pets

Istori 2 — Kabet-kabet na pwets

Istori 3 — Sebyor-ass

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Published in: on 2 November 2010 at 3:00 am  Leave a Comment  
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Hau’s da maus?

( 3 “Amausendahaus” istoris por my 3rd Blungganibersari )

SUMARI:

Istori 1 — Is der a maus in yur haus?

Istori 2 — Is der a maustrap in yur haus?

Istori 3 — Is der a maushaus in yur haus?

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DETALYE:

Istori 1Is der a maus in yur haus?

Mubi trailerMaushunt scene

Istori 2Is der a maustrap in yur haus?

Anhaba nito, may “moral lesson” kaya memya na. Kung gusto you now na, basta balik ka dito ha? (nasa pej 2)

Istori 3Is der a MausHaus in yur haus? (▼ CLICKatok Ü dito)

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Equa7on

( anader bobo-sa-math ekwesyon? )

Pronounced, “ekwesyeteon”… Konting trakbak sa gulong: (Toys lang ‘to)

Pag sinabing “4 x 4” — ibig sabihin, ganto →

Four-wheel drive

Pag “6 x 6” — ibig sabihin, ganto →

12-wheeler o labindalawa ang gulong

Pag “7 x 7”… ay ano?

E di kompyutin yo CLICK u dito ▼

Published in: on 18 September 2010 at 8:18 am  Comments (1)  
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Dayuga

( Dayuhang Daga )

Sambadituskeyr da neyborhudkatsawey!

Gusto nyo ng may sound? CLICK nyo ↑ yang pikyur. 😆

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Hiya magtanong si Hamtaro (japongs) kay Doray, kaya si Rhino (kano) na lang ang kinausap. Eto uli ang tinagalog nilang dayalog:

Prenship, ‘di ba karahi mo si Doray?

Me konti kawkasyan: Anak sya ng isang kanong daga-Olongapo

sa isang etnik na binibining daga-Baguio.

Ganon? Pede sya punta sa istets di ba?

Ba’t nandito pa sya?

Ubra maging merikan-sitsen, kaso mas tayp nya dito. Kaya eun —

agpa-adopt sya kay Syma, taz binoypren nya si Boolaboy Berio.

Hmm… Maramang me nakikita sya maganda sa netib-land

at sa kanyang mga kababayan.

Sakto!

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Sino ba ang dalawang hamster na ito? Nandito sila para may kausap si Doray.

Kung sa MpsD lang, walang lopsided tretis or eksployt op resorses — syur ako dyan.

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Mor de-tails (bekos hamsters have no tails):

Iniwang pamana kay Doray ng angkan (bukod pa sa mansyon atbp) — ang Harurendilaykhaus, samerhaws na isinunod ang pangalan sa triong nabuhay nung mga kapanahunang ginawa ang haybol, at nirenubeyt kalaunan ng kanyang boypreng si Boolaboy Berio (Berio II).

In memori of Arrow’s berdey todey, binago ni Doray pangalan ng bahay: Magmula ngayon ito ay tatawagin nangHArrowrurendilaykhaus. Si Arrow ay common lolo ng limang pinakahuling Dagang-Salinlahi; Siya ang unang okyupant ng environmentally hostile na bahay bago ito nairenubeyt. Nagbuwis sya ng buhay sa mismong araw na nipanganak si Berio II at ang mga kapatid nito.

Kuwentong DAGA… Maliban sa ‘humanized’ na paglalahad, ang mga pangyayari at kaukulang petsa (kronikol) ay pawang tutuo… Baka lang interesado ka sa HISTORI nila, may bagong page si Doray. → Taymlayn

Sa bago pa lang na nakabasa sa blog na’to (bago mo isipin ako’y sira-ulo): Kartuns’ lang talaga ang istilo ng mga istorya ko dito. Ewan ko na lang dun sa mga heyt ang kartuns (anubang childhud ekperience mo iho?).

Pag kartuns, ang agad na konklusyon ay pambata… Hindi rin. May kartuns akong napapanuod na nagpapakita ng dugo-dugo (ang morbid) o kaya pwet ng mamang nakahubo (erpats ni Fart Pimspon ba yun?) 🙄 Saka yung mga seksing drowings na may cascading boobs (pahutan) — o di ba kartuns yan? Napaka“kreyetib” talaga ng lahing pinagmulan nitong neybors ni Doray.

Pag animals ang karakters, ang tawag “humanized”; pag tao ang kinartuns, ang tawag naman ay animalized “animated” — ganun nga ba yun?

Medyo optimistik kasi ang arrive pag kartuns. Kahit tamaan ng kidlat, masagasaan ng pison, o kaya kanyunin e buhay pa rin. 😆 Di ba eka nga “Habang me buhay e me pag-asa”?

Ayaw ko ng kartuns — hindi realistik!

Um, keso-keso!

Mismo. Sabihin mo sa aking ‘kartuns lang’ ang lahat ng di-kanais-nais na nangyayare sa paligid, partikular na sa Pelepens ay baka matuwa pa ako. 😀 Hanap ka realistic? ‘Uwi’ ka muna dito. → Pilipinas

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Mor tails (idle rats) →

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nBw

Cut-and-paste muna uli. Mahaba ito…………

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The Wonder of the Book

The wonder of the Book grows upon us as our experience is enlarged, for the more deeply we search it, the more we feel that the Bible is not merely a book, but The Book. It alone is the universal Book, the eternal Book, the Book for all time. It is the voice of the Lord. It stands alone, unapproachable in its grandeur, as high above all other books as heaven is above earth, or as the Son of God is above the sons of men.

( Click HERE to continue reading. )

Published in: on 25 January 2010 at 8:10 pm  Comments (3)  
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The Law of Inevitable Sequence*

Reading David’s story and watching my friends fall has led me to one conclusion: Moral collapse is rarely a blowout; it’s more like a slow leak — the result of a thousand small indulgences. Very few people plan an adulterous affair; they transition into it.

It begins with attraction. It’s not lust as much as infatuation that brings us down. We’re drawn to someone sensitive and understanding, someone who listens and seems to care. We’re seduced by that attraction and led on by subtle degrees.

Attraction becomes fantasy: We imagine ourselves with that person and the feeling is good. Fictionalized affairs always seem so right. That’s their fundamental deception.

The fantasies soften us, and our convictions erode. We’re then in a frame of mind to listen to our longings, and having listened we have no will to resist. We cannot escape the realization of our predominant thoughts.

Then there are the meetings and the sharing of inner conflict, marital disappointment, and other deep hurts. And with that sharing, the relationship begins to shift. We’re suddenly two lonely people in need of one another’s love.

Then comes the inevitable yielding, and with that yielding the need to justify the affair. We can’t live with the dissonance. We have to rationalize our behavior by blaming someone or something else — the pressures of our business or the limitations of our spouses. Others’ wrongdoing becomes our reason. Everything must be made to look good.

But our hearts know. There are moments when our wills soften and we long to set things right. If we do not then listen to our hearts, there comes a metallic hardening, and then corruption. Our wrongdoing mutates, altering its form and quality, evolving into dark narcissism and horrifying cruelty. We don’t care who gets hurt as long as we get what we want.

And finally there is inevitable disclosure. First we deny: “There’s no one else!” Then we dissemble: “It’s only platonic.” And finally our deception is shouted from the housetops. There’s no place to hide from the light.

When our seams have been opened and our evil deeds have been exposed. God reminds us of His cross, His forgiveness, and His incomparable grace. Then He begins to make us new. But there’s only one way to know that forgiveness: acknowledgment of the awfulness of one’s sin and that old-fashioned word, repentance. We must hate what we’ve done, and turn from it in disgust.

That’s what Paul calls “godly sorrow (that) brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret” (2 Cor. 7:10). Ungodly sorrow is the sorrow of being found out, or of suffering the consequences of being found out. The result is intensified guilt, anxiety, and hopelessness. Godly sorrow, on the other hand, is sorrow over sin itself and the harm that it’s done to others. Godly sorrow asserts itself to set things right.

Here’s the way Paul put it: “See what this godly sorrow has produced in you: what earnestness (to obey), what eagerness to clear yourselves (of wrongdoing), what indignation (against evil), what alarm (that we might fall into sin again), what longing (for purity), what concern (for all those damaged by our sin), what readiness to see justice (righteousness) done” (2 Cor. 7:11).

As David himself learned, “The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, 0 God, You will not despise” (Ps. 51:17). God discerns the possibilities even in our defilement, forgives our sins, counteracts our mistakes, and sets out to make us better than we’ve ever been before.

Therefore, rather than mourn our humiliation, we must move on. Sin may have consequences with which we must live for the rest of our natural lives, but sin repented of can only work for ultimate good. God takes the worst that we can do and makes it part of the good He has promised. He’s the God of fools and failures and the God of another chance.

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▲ “Cut-and-paste”…

Hindi ako ang may-akda.

Opkurs amo, obyus naman.

We jus travol bak intaym.

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*Concluding words from the booklet
David & Manasseh: Overcoming Failure
based on a portion of “A Man To Match The Mountain”
by David Roper

Published in: on 8 September 2009 at 5:00 am  Leave a Comment  
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Forwarded text messages

Published in: on 29 April 2009 at 12:29 am  Comments (2)  
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Recall notice

The Maker of all human beings is recalling all units manufactured, regardless of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary and central component of the heart.

CLICK HERE ▼ and continue reading…

Published in: on 10 April 2009 at 11:00 pm  Comments (2)  
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Torah

Torah (tö’rá, Hebrew: instruction, law) — divine law; the Five Books of Moses or Pentateuch (first five books of the Bible); the entire Jewish scriptures.

The Big BOOK: Can we grasp It?

Alam na marahil ng marami na ang kilala nating Bible ngayon ay nanggaling sa mga Hudyo, na ang malaking bahagi nito ay ang kanilang kasaysayan at ng bayan nilang Israel.

Ang Bibliya ay nahahati sa dalawa: ang Lumang Tipan (Old Testament) at ang Bagong Tipan (New Testament). Nasa Lumang Tipan lang ang Torah ng Judaismo (relihiyon ng mga Hudyo); hindi sila naniniwala sa sinasabi ng Bagong Tipan na si Hesus (Yeshua) ang ‘Messiah’ (anointed one) o Kristo.

He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him.

— John 1:11 [Click HERE to continue reading… ]

Published in: on 19 January 2009 at 2:48 pm  Comments (8)  
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Fuckin’gun, yusanamagan!!!

😯 Hala… si pastor –– nagmura !?

(Wala palang ka-“class-class” magmura itong si ‘Father.’ Nakikiuso pa kasi, HINDI naman bagay! 😆 )

‘MagLOLOng’ pasaway: isang hindi nag-aahit at isang pinagtampuhan ang anit (mas mahaba yung baril ni kalbo 😆 ). Parehong praning sa wabbit? Pero (in pewnes), sila man ay may “pusong-kartuns” din tulad ko, kaya DEHINS ko sila heyt. 🙂

Ahehe, hindi po ako pastor… at lalong hindi ako “Father” (hindi ako tatay… 😆 “virtual tatay” payag ako. 😉 ).

Huwag na kang magulat kung ako ma’y napapa-MURA din minsan. (Ekyusmi po uli, mga kapatid 😳 ). Ako nama’y galing din sa katarantaduhan bago ako’y naging isang christian. 😆

Saka, may mura bang ganyan? Pagkakaalam ko, ang tamang bersyon ay ganito:

Pawkingsyet, swanabwabbit! (galit nga sa wabbit?)

O kaya, yung mas maikling ‘AY HAB TU WORDS POR YU’ :

Pak––kyowt! (how kyut!)

Eto pa pala! – mas maikling isulat at usung-uso:

WTF!… 🙄 World Tengenengeneng Federation?

“Slip in fingering the kibord” lang po yung post taytol… 😆 Eto ang ibig sabihin:

Pakinggan, you son of a gone!

(Tagalugin mo na nga lang! 😡 ) … hokey, heto:

‘ear ye, ‘ear ye, ‘nak ka ng… 🙄 … ‘WALA lang’ !

‘Nakaringgan’ lang? Parang kwentong Kapampangan ng isang black American GI (taga-Angeles city) – iba ang kanyang pagkaka-ISPLOK sa narinig.

Wala kasing tigil ng katatakbo yung isang bata… ‘eka ng tatay sa anak niyang pasaway:

TATAY: “Mekeni, potambengi… Madapa ka ! 😡

EGOT: “Heymen! Did I ‘ear yeah say, ‘Motha fuckah’ ?” 😕

Psssst!!! Tama na yaaaan!!! 😡 … Seryus naman. 😐 ……………. 😆

Magdyowang “wabbits” (Bakit nga ba si Bugs Bunny ay nakahubo? 🙄 Kartuns lang naman eka! 😛 ) … Eto pa wabbit din. 😆

“The major function of sexual behavior for human beings are to assist in bonding, to express and enhance love between persons, and for procreation.”

(Source: Synopsis of Psychiatry – Behavioral Sciences and Clinical Psychiatry)

Uy, type! Exempted lang kami ni misis dun sa procreation. 😛 Recreation, pede pa!

Sa librong yan ko din ni-copy-n-paste ang mga sumusunod, ‘just want to share (Wala sanang magtaas ng kamay –– eheste, kikay? –– Amf!!! 😕 KILAY !!! ) :

(WARNING: ADULT CONTENT) … DO NOT cLICK here .

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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.)

Ang Parol ni TATAY

17 July 2007

Sunset view from my western window (Starburst effect by Corel PhotoPaint).

Pasensya na po uli at ingles ito. Hayaan nyo muna, tutal maiksi lang ito. Hindi kayo magsisisi, pramis.

Ito ay isang artikulo hango sa 2003 Christmas Edition ng Our Daily Bread na pinamagatang “The Gift of Christmas” ng Radio Bible Class Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI 49555-0001

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The Star in the Window

by Martin R. De Haan

During World War II it was the custom in the United States for a family who had a son serving in the military to place a star in the front window of their home. A gold star indicated that the son had died in support of his country’s cause.

Years ago, Sir Harry Lauder told a touching story about this custom. He said that one night a man was walking down a New York City street accompanied by his 5-year-old son. The little fellow was interested in the brightly lighted windows of the houses and wanted to know why some houses had a star in the window. The father explained that those families had a son fighting in the war. The child would clap his hands as he saw another star in the window and would cry out, “Look, Daddy, there’s another family who gave a son for his country.”

At last they came to an empty lot, and a break in the row of houses. Through the gap a star could be seen shining brightly in the sky. The little lad caught his breath, “Oh, Daddy,” he cried, “Look at the star in the window of heaven! God must have given His Son too.”

Yes indeed! There is a star in God’s window. Do you realize what He did for you? Because of God’s love for us, He gave His Son, Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:4). Have you thanked Him?

For God so loved the world, He gave His only Son

To die on Calvary’s tree, from sin to set me free;

Someday He’s coming back, what glory that will be!

Wonderful HIS love to me. — Smith

(Copyright Renewal 1966 Singspiration, Inc.)

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O, ano na kaibigan? … ‘Dumugo ba ang ilong’ mo sa english nito? 😆 Hayaan mo na… Siya nga ibinuhos ang LAHAT NG DUGO alang-alang sa IYO.

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Many give their lives for their country,

But Jesus gave his life for the world.

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“ For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,

that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

(John 3:16)

“ For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith —

and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God — not by works,

so that no one can boast.”

(Ephesians 2:8-9)