Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Thought for the Day - True Love

Reflection on the Thought for the Day:
We sometimes look for a perfect person... when what we need is an imperfect person that would compensate our imperfectness. And yes I believe that there is no such thing as happy ending since this happen only in fairy tales, and love does not need to end since our love will only end when our heart stops, that only happen when we die. True love comes only once in a lifetime.

I do hope this Thought for the Day on True Love give you something to live for once we found it. Have a good and blessed day to all. Please share me your thoughts...

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Thought for the Day - Friendship

Reflection on the Thought for the Day:

Yes, there are so many words unspoken, words that only hearts can say and only hearts can hear... In times of trouble a friend is some one we can turn to, a shoulder to lean on that sometimes it we do not have to utter those words and say what you feel just a simple look in the eye or a simple body language you know that you understand each other.

I do hope this Thought for the Day on Friendship give you something to cherish and thankful about having a friend. Have a good and blessed day to all. Please share me your thoughts...

Monday, September 6, 2010

Thought for the Day - God's Faithfulness

Reflection on the Thought for the Day:
Sometimes, we ask our self where is God in those dark times, we keep on asking for something... a miracle maybe. But we do not see is the person around us that God has sent to give you more strength and accompany you on those dark times... Those are candles in the dark that will give us warmth and light through those dark times...

I do hope this Thought for the Day, have lighten a bit of your dark times.. Thanks... Please share me your thoughts...

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Thought for the Day - Morning Encouragement

Yes, this one only tells us that we have to be in our best everyday, every hour and every minute. I hope this thought of the day gives you a good morning encouragement.

Have a blessed day to all and every one...

Sunday, August 22, 2010

The Notebook

The Notebook with the tagline "Behind every great love is a great story." was released last 2004 and was directed by Nick Cassavetes. It was starred by James Garner (Duke), Gena Rowlands (Old Allie), Ryan Gosling (Noah Calhoun) and Rachel McAdams (Allie Hamilton). The movie was about A poor and passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman and gives her a sense of freedom. They soon are separated by their social differences.

The movie started in a modern-day nursing home, an elderly man named Duke (James Garner) begins to read a love story from his notebook to a female fellow patient (Gena Rowlands).The story was about an epic love story that was started in one magical summer, when, local country boy Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) sees seventeen-year-old heiress Allie Hamilton (Rachel McAdams) on a carnival. The two fell in love and was forced to be separated since Allie’s parents disapprove Noah since his family is not wealthy like Allie’s.
Noah writes Allie 365 letters but her mom keeps it from her so she never gets them. They move on their lives. Allie meets and gets engaged to a handsome young soldier named Lon, and Noah came back from war and restores the house him and Allie dreamed of that night before they got separated it was a 'labor of love' and thinking Allie would comeback if he did it. And he was correct Allie saw his picture with the house on a newspaper. Allie, then, with her love for Noah still alive, stops by Noah's 200-year-old home that he restored for her, "to see if he's okay". It is evident that they still have feelings for each other, and Allie has to choose between her fiance and her first love.

The Notebook Official Trailer from Youtube

It was a one of those typical love story that
A poor and passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman and gives her a sense of freedom. They soon are separated by their social differences but love has its own way of showing them the way together. A true display of true love that time has tested and found its way back and until the end.

Thanks to Youtube for the The Notebook Official Trailer...

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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Serendipity... Waiting In Vain by Annie Lennox

Well... been hiatus for quite a while. Been busy with playing online games and managing my business. As I was browsing youtube I came across with the music video entitled Waiting In Vain by Annie Lennox... All the memories came back. About the movie Serendipity...

Waiting In Vain by Annie Lennox

I am sure you most of you guys have watch the movie Serendipity starring John Cusack (Jonathan Trager) and Kate Beckinsale (Sara Thomas). It was a movie way back 2001, a romantic comedy about destiny's hold on two people who seek nothing but each other.

The movie was fun and I recommend it for those romantic couples out there. As the movie goes on a you can see there how faith or some other say destiny takes place. But one thing I have learned about this movie is that although faith or destiny is the major course of the movie , I can say that faith or destiny will not happen if you do not do anything... If you have watch the movie even though both characters were driven to each other by faith or destiny they still do something to make things happen one good example was the the part when he is looking for the book where Sara put her number on it. Come to think of it if Jonathan did no look for the book his fiance will not give him the book as a wedding gift. But whats funny about it is that after all that they both did to find each other it was really faith brought them together...

Thanks to youtube for the video of Waiting In Vain by Annie Lennox...

Sunday, April 18, 2010


Great love song ng mga pinoy......

Lyrics by April Boy Regino, April Boy Regino Lyrics.

courtesy of youtube.... like this song...

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

How To Use Your Words To Create Your Reality

By: Bo Sanchez
Do you want to know your future?

So many people are awed by Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, Jean Dixon, and even Madame Auring (yes, her!) because they claim to predict the future.

Friend, I have a big announcement to make: You can predict the future.

You don’t have to look for a prophet, a seer, or a fortune-teller to know your future. You don’t have to consult the horoscope, the crystal ball, your palm, tea leaves, or fortune cookies to know your future.

You can predict your future.

How? All you have to do is listen to your words.

By examining the words that come out of your mouth, you’ll know your future. Guaranteed.

Let me share with you three people…

Where Do You Want To Go?

Nineteen years ago, I had a friend who was always miserable.

Constantly, I heard “Glenda” say, “Life sucks,” and “Life is terrible,” and “I’m doomed,” and “I’m a looser.” I heard her always sigh with heaviness, “Hay buhay, parang life…”

We lost touch for 11 years. But I met Glenda recently. Guess what. Her life is still miserable.
Her words created her reality. My other friend, “Marcel”, liked talking negatively about his health. Ever since I can remember, he kept saying, “I’ll die when I reach fifty.” I would tell him, “Fifty? My gosh. Don’t say that!” He’d say, “My father died in his fifties. My grandfather died in his fifties too. So I’m sure I’ll die when I reach fifty.” True enough, at the exact age of fifty years old, Marcel was walking in the sidewalk. All of a sudden, he fell like a log. Wham. He died of a heart attack. His words created his reality.
The Bible says that your tongue is like a rudder of a big ship. Like a rudder, your tongue directs your life.
So let me ask you: What kind of future do you want to have? Don’t use your words to describe your reality. Use your words to create your desired reality. Another way of putting it: Don’t just talk about where you are. Talk about where you want to go.

Use Your Words To Direct Your Future

My third example is my 84-year old mother. Last Sunday, Mom was limping. By Monday, she couldn’t get out of bed. She said her leg was so painful, she couldn’t move it. She couldn’t even walk to the bathroom by herself. By Tuesday, she was so depressed because we had to put her on a wheelchair. She hated the idea. “I don’t want to be paralyzed!” she said. The entire time, she was moaning and groaning, complaining about the pain and her condition. That day, I visited her and spoke words of faith. I said, “Mom, this is temporary. You’ll get better.” I prayed for her and taught her a simple healing exercise. I also told her, “Mom, you’ve got to change your words. I know you’re discouraged, but you’ve got to say, “I’m getting better and better everyday.” She laughed. She asked, “How could I say those words when she had so much pain and could barely move her leg?”
“You’ve got to try!” I said.
But I called her Wednesday and she was better. I called her Thursday and she began walking.
I called her Friday and she went down the stairs already. And Sunday? She was at the Feast, walking around like nothing happened.

Perhaps you’re sick like my mother today.

Say, “I feel better and better everyday.”

Echo Joel 3:10, where it says, “Let the weak say I am strong…” So even if you feel weak, believe that God will heal you. Let me tell you how this works…

Why Faith Words Work

I can explain it in many ways:
  • Faith Words affect your emotions in a positive way.
  • Faith Words—repeated again and again—create new neural pathways in your brain.
  • Faith Words also train your Reticular Activating System (RAS) to be attentive to see the blessings you desire.
All that is true.
But here’s my favorite explanation: Faith Words aren’t just mere positive affirmations; They open your life up to the supernatural power of God. In Biblical thinking, words aren’t just sounds or noise. Words are imbued with God’s creative power. In Genesis, God created the world by His words. He didn’t create light by mixing up stuff with His hands. He simply said, “Let there be light” and there was light. The Bible also says that death and life are in the power of our tongue. Pretty awesome, right?

God Will Provide

In 2009, my friend Rey Ortega felt God was calling him to rescue babies from abortion. He discussed this with me and passed this dream to my heart. I told him, “Let’s start a ministry.” Rey then told me, “But I have a problem. How can we raise money for this new work? I’ve exhausted all my friends already for our other work. They all now donate to our Tahanan orphanage and Pagasa scholarship for poor children.” That’s when I told Rey my Faith Words. Just three words. I said, “God will provide.” He said, “Wow, I’m impressed by your faith!” Actually, I was hiding my fear. I was actually scared! In my mind, I said, “Oh no, here I go again, getting myself into another ministry…”

When I said, “God will provide,” we had nothing. Zero. But soon, blessings began to flow like a waterfall.

That month, out of the blue, My Ninang (godmother) called up my office because she needed a speaker for her little prayer group. Specifically, she wanted a speaker to share about the topic, “The Sanctity of Life”.

Obviously, the best speaker on the topic was Rey Ortega. He was the one who had this dream of rescuing babies from abortion in his heart. So I told Rey, “Give the talk. And share our dream to my Ninang. She’s rich!”

And that night, he did. My Ninang heard Rey’s story and invited him for lunch the next day. When they met, my Ninang said, “You can use my building for your ministry. You have 300 square meters for your halfway house.” Not only that, she spent two million pesos of her own money to remodel it for our use.

We didn’t even call her. She called us. Was that coincidence? No. That’s synchronicity of grace. That’s the universe conspiring to bless us. We were no longer chasing after blessings. The blessings were chasing after us. Resources were rolling at our feet, begging that we take them.“God will provide,” is a powerful Faith Word.

In May 2009, we began Grace To Be Born, a halfway house for pregnant womenin crisis and an orphanage for babies. In 6 months, we’ve rescued 15 babies from abortion. Friend, are you praying for God to provide for you?

Here’s my belief: Sooner or later, your outside world will match your inside world. What’s does your inside world say? Remember, your faith is more powerful than your sight. Your sight can only describe your situation, your faith can direct your situation.

Let me tell you the story of Elijah…

I Hear The Sound Of Heavy Rain
Even When There Is No Rain

I love this incredible story. For 3 years, there was a drought in Israel . Absolutely no rain in the whole land. In our language, a very bad El Nino. But one day, the prophet Elijah told King Ahab, “Your problems are over. Go, eat and drink, for I hear the sound of heavy rain.” King Ahab was relieved and followed Elijah’s orders. But was there actually rain? None. Not a drop.
In fact, there was not a single cloud in the sky. That was when Elijah prayed very hard. The Bible says he went up to Mount Carmel , bent over, and placed his head between his knees. If you pray in that posture, that means Elijah was desperate. I should know. That was how I prayed when I was courting my wife. (It worked!)

Elijah then told his servant, “Look towards the sea and check for clouds.” The servant looked and said, “No clouds.” You can imagine how worried Elijah must have felt. So Elijah prayed one more time and told his servant, “Check again.” The servant looked and shook his head, “Nope, no clouds.”

The Bible says this scene was repeated 7 times.

By the seventh time, I can imagine what the poor servant was thinking. I bet he wanted to say, “Elijah, I told you 6 times already, the sky is empty. Nothing. Nada. Zero. Zilcho. When are you going to quit? When are you going to tell King Ahab that you made a big booboo?”

But Elijah didn’t quit. He asked him, “Check again.”

Big Clouds Come From Little Clouds

When the servant looked a seventh time, he said, “I saw a little cloud no bigger than a man’s hand, coming up from the sea.” In other words, he was saying, “Uh, there’s a tiny cloud. But don’t get your hopes up too much. It’s so itsy bitsy tiny, I can cover it with my hand. See? I don’t see it no more.” But that little cloud was enough for Elijah. He said, “Tell King Ahab to hurry home as he might be caught by the downpour.” Wow. That’s faith. And the Bible says the wind began to blow and the heavy rain began to fall. Friend, it’s your turn to create your miracles. Do you see an empty sky or a little cloud? When you focus on emptiness, more emptiness will come. But when you focus on the blessings—no matter how small—more blessings will come.
Speak Blessing Into Your Future.

Here’s my message: There’s a connection between what you say and what will happen. You have a choice: You can say, “There’s not a cloud in the sky” or you can say, “I hear the sound of heavy rain.” Perhaps today, you don’t see the healing happening yet in your body. But you can confess, “I’m being healed by God right now. Health and healing are flowing into my body. I’m getting better and better everyday.” Perhaps today, you don’t see your child changing yet. He’s still making bad choices. He’s still hanging out with bad company. He’s still taking drugs. But you can confess, “My child is coming closer to God. As I speak, God is working in his life.” Perhaps today, you don’t see your financial situation getting better. But you can confess, “I’m getting rich and richer everyday. God is prospering the work of my hands.” Perhaps today, you don’t see yourself free from addictions yet. But you can confess, “I may have had addictions in the past, but God is starting a new chapter in my life. I may feel weak right now but I declare that God is making me strong.” Like Elijah, you need to hear the sound of heavy rain even when there’s not a cloud in the sky. You need to hear the heavy rain of blessings into your life even when you don’t see anything yet. Start speaking words of faith into your future. Because your words create your reality. Let me tell you my last story.
Use Your Words To Direct Your Future

Last year, one of my small businesses collapsed. In a snap, it simply sunk. Circumstances beyond my control pulled the rug beneath it and it came crashing down. My small business was almost one year old. All of a sudden, in one day, I lost all my customers. I wish I could tell you that because I’m a preacher, I smiled and sang, “Give thanks with a grateful heart…”
That’s not true. At least, not right away. Believe me, I was so discouraged. I was so frustrated, I wanted to say, “This business is dead,” and “I’m a failure,” and “Why did I let this happen? I’m so foolish.” But I didn’t say those words. Because I knew words have power. Instead of using my words to describe my reality, I decided to use my words to create my desired reality.

Every time I wanted to say those negative words, I closed my eyes, took a deep breath, and proclaimed with faith, “My business will rise up stronger than ever. This failure is temporary. This failure will make my business even better.” For three months, I tried to resurrect my business. And I couldn’t do it. I felt like I was hitting my head on a brick wall. But no matter how discouraged I felt, I kept saying these faith statements, “My business will rise up stronger than ever.” And I didn’t stop trying to fix it. And soon, I discovered the blessing within the problem. Because I had to start from scratch, I was able to change my business model. Today, that small business is doing so much better. Today, I have more customers, more sales, and more profits! You know what? Today, I thank God my business collapsed. Because it gave me the chance to transform it and make it better.
What happened?
My words—my Faith Words—created my desired reality.

Proclaim Those Faith Words

Look, I’m not saying that speaking Faith Words is all that you need to do to succeed in life. This isn’t magic. To succeed in life, you need love, wisdom, mentors, action…
But speaking words of faith is incredibly important too! May I suggest something? I want you to take five minutes everyday declaring Faith Words. I guarantee that it can change your life. Five minutes in the morning, declare God’s word, including your positive beliefs about your life.
Here’s why. In Mark 11:23, Jesus said something incredible. He said, I tell you the truth, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him.

Friend, what is your mountain? It may be sickness. It may be a troublesome relationship. It may be a lack of money. Don’t just pray about the mountain. Don’t just talk about the mountain. Instead, speak to the mountain. That’s what I did to my failed business. I told it to resurrect. My message again: Don’t use your words to describe your reality. Use your words to create your reality.

Below, you’ll find God’s Word combined with my own positive words. I wrote these Faith Words so that you can speak them everyday. In fact, depending on your particular “mountain”, I want you to say these Faith Words not just once, but many times during the day.

Talk to the mountain of sickness:
“With long life, He satisfies me and shows me His salvation. I’m getting better and better everyday. I am getting stronger and stronger everyday. The power of healing is flowing through my body, mind, and spirit. New health, new joy, new peace, new hope is increasing within me.”

Talk to the mountain of a loved one going astray:
“My child (husband, brother, etc.) is growing closer to God. Deep inside his heart, the Holy Spirit is busy working, changing, and transforming him. He is set free from all his addictions. He will fulfill God’s purpose for his life. I declare that as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.”

Talk to the mountain of addictions:
“I may have had addictions in the past, but God is starting a new chapter in my life. I may feel weak now but I declare that God is making me strong. God is setting me free.”

Talk to the mountain of relationship conflicts:
“God is blessing my relationships. Love is increasing. Service for one another is growing. Forgiveness, humility, and understanding flow like a river in my relationships. Old wounds are being healed. Bonds between us are getting stronger and deeper.”

Talk to the mountain of confusion in decision-making:
“The steps of the good person are ordered by the Lord. God directs my steps. God helps me to distinguish what is right from wrong. God shows me the paths to abundance.”

Talk to the mountain of financial difficulty:
“I’m rich and getting richer. I’m generous and getting more generous. God’s abundance is supplying my every need. Everything I touch prospers and succeeds. New doors will open before me. The right people will walk into my life. God will prosper the work of my hands. As I use my core gifts to serve others, I will be richly rewarded.”

Friend, there’s a miracle in your mouth waiting to be released.
Release it today....

May your dreams come true,
Bo Sanchez

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Inspirational Quotes of the Day

Inspirational Quotes of the Day

True repentance is so much more than words It is a deep,inner sorrow of the heart which resonates with the pain of the one who has been injured.It is also a solemn desire and decision not to act in ways which can create such pain in the future.

Monday, February 8, 2010

I've Once Loved You


You came to my life
Then suddenly my world has changed
And I felt this feeling
Which I've never felt before. Since then,
My heart has beaten faster
Like it never has before
Knowing there's something that endures.

You have showed me that you care
And you let me feel your love
You made me believe in you
That your love is real and true.

Then the time came
My heart learned to love you
For you've taught me
How to fall in love with you.

But as the days passed by
Our feelings for each other
Slowly faded

And we both don't know the reason why.

Maybe this thing happened
for the reason that we're not meant for each other
But no matter what,I want you to known
That once in my life,Ive Once Loved You.

To The Man I Loved

To The Man I Loved "Marvz 18"

Long gentle nights
Dreamin' away
As the stars pass by
Thikin' of ways to let you know
How happy I am that You're mine
Life when life seems a bit gloom
Clouded with frustrations and
It's great to know you're around
Always inspiring me in my lonesome moments
Which is why I love you so much
So much that it can only speak of words only your heart
can understand
For it was meant for me
Like you were meant for me
And now that we have each other
I sincerely give my gratitude to the Lord
For bringing you into my life
And let me start by saying



By Eduardo Jose E. Calasanz

I have never met a man who didn’t want to be loved. But I have seldom met a man who didn’t fear marriage. Something about the closure seems constricting, not enabling. Marriage seems easier to understand for what it cuts out of our lives than for what it makes possible within our lives.

When I was younger this fear immobilized me. I did not want to make a mistake. I saw my friends get married for reasons of social acceptability, or sexual fever, or just because they thought it was the logical thing to do. Then I watched, as they and their partners became embittered and petty in their dealings with each other. I looked at older couples and saw, at best, mutual toleration of each other. I imagined a lifetime of loveless nights and bickering
and could not imagine subjecting myself or someone else to such a fate.

And yet, on rare occasions, I would see old couples who somehow seemed to glow in each other’s presence. They seemed really in love, not just dependent upon each other and tolerant of each other’s foibles. It was an astounding sight, and it seemed impossible. How, I asked myself, can they have survived so many years of sameness, so much irritation at the others habits? What keeps love alive in them, when most of us seem unable to even stay together, much less love
each other?

The central secret seems to be in choosing well. There is something to the claim of fundamental compatibility. Good people can create a bad relationship, even though they both dearly want the relationship to succeed. It is important to find someone with whom you can create a good relationship from the outset. Unfortunately, it is hard to see clearly in the early stages. Sexual hunger draws you to each other and colors the way you see yourselves together. It blinds you to the thousands of little things by which relationships eventually survive or fail. You need to find a way to see beyond this initial overwhelming sexual fascination. Some people choose to involve themselves sexually and ride out the most heated period of sexual attraction in order to see what is on the other side.

This can work, but it can also leave a trail of wounded hearts. Others deny the sexual side altogether in an attempt to get to know each other apart from their sexuality. But they cannot see clearly, because the presence of unfulfilled sexual desire looms so large that it keeps them from having any normal perception of what life would be like together.

The truly lucky people are the ones who manage to become long-time friends before they realize they are attracted to each other. They get to know each other’s laughs, passions, sadness, and fears. They see each other at their worst and at their best. They share time together before they
get swept up into the entangling intimacy of their sexuality. This is the ideal, but not often possible. If you fall under the spell of your sexual attraction immediately, you need to look beyond it for other keys to compatibility. One of these is laughter. Laughter tells you how
much you will enjoy each others company over the long term.

If your laughter together is good and healthy, and not at the expense of others, then you have a healthy relationship to the world. Laughter is the child of surprise. If you can make each other laugh, you can always surprise each other. And if you can always surprise each other, you can always keep the world around you new.

Beware of a relationship in which there is no laughter. Even the most intimate relationships based only on seriousness have a tendency to turn sour. Over time, sharing a common serious viewpoint on the world tends to turn you against those who do not share the same viewpoint, and your relationship can become based on being critical together.

After laughter, look for a partner who deals with the world in a way you respect. When two people first get together, they tend to see their relationship as existing only in the space between the two of them. They find each other endlessly fascinating, and the overwhelming power of the
emotions they are sharing obscures the outside world. As the relationship ages and grows, the outside world becomes important again. If your partner treats people or circumstances in a way you can’t accept, you will inevitably come to grief. Look at the way she cares for others and deals with the daily affairs of life. If that makes you love her more, your love will grow. If it does not, be careful. If you do not respect the way you each deal with the world around you, eventually the two of you will not respect each other.

Look also at how your partner confronts the mysteries of life. We live on the cusp of poetry and practicality, and the real life of the heart resides in the poetic. If one of you is deeply affected by the mystery of the unseen in life and relationships, while the other is drawn only to the literal and the practical, you must take care that the distance does not become an unbridgeable gap that leaves you each feeling isolated and misunderstood.

There are many other keys, but you must find them by yourself. We all have unchangeable parts of our hearts that we will not betray and private commitments to a vision of life that we will not deny.

If you fall in love with someone who cannot nourish those inviolable parts of you, or if you cannot nourish them in her, you will find yourselves growing further apart until you live in separate worlds where you share the business of life, but never touch each other where the heart lives
and dreams. From there it is only a small leap to the cataloging of petty hurts and daily failures that leaves so many couples bitter and unsatisfied with their mates.

So choose carefully and well. If you do, you will have chosen a partner with whom you can grow, and then the real miracle of marriage can take place in your hearts. I pick my words carefully when I speak of a miracle. But I think it is not too strong a word. There is a miracle in marriage. It is called transformation.

Transformation is one of the most common events of nature. The seed becomes the flower. The cocoon becomes the butterfly. Winter becomes spring and love becomes a child. We never question these, because we see them around us every day. To us they are not miracles, though if we did not know them they would be impossible to believe.

Marriage is a transformation we choose to make. Our love is planted like a seed, and in time it begins to flower. We cannot know the flower that will blossom, but we can be sure that a bloom will come.

If you have chosen carefully and wisely, the bloom will be good. If you have chosen poorly or for the wrong reason, the bloom will be flawed. We are quite willing to accept the reality of negative transformation in a marriage. It was negative transformation that always had me terrified of
the bitter marriages that I feared when I was younger. It never occurred to me to question the dark miracle that transformed love into harshness and bitterness. Yet I was unable to accept the possibility that the first heat of love could be transformed into something positive that was actually deeper and more meaningful than the heat of fresh passion. All I could believe in was the power of this passion and the fear that when it cooled I would be left with something lesser
and bitter.

But there is positive transformation as well. Like negative transformation, it results from a slow accretion of little things. But instead of death by a thousand blows, it is growth by a thousand touches of love. Two histories intermingle. Two separate beings, two separate presence, two separate consciousness come together and share a view of life that passes before them. They remain separate, but they also become one. There is an expansion of awareness, not a closure and a constriction, as I had once feared. This is not to say that there is not tension and there are not traps. Tension and traps are part of every choice of life, from celibate to monogamous to having multiple lovers. Each choice contains within it the lingering doubt that the road not taken
somehow more fruitful and exciting, and each becomes dulled to the richness that it alone contains.

But only marriage allows life to deepen and expand and be leavened by the knowledge that two have chosen, against all odds, to become one. Those who live together without marriage can know the pleasure of shared company, but there is a specific gravity in the marriage commitment that deepens that experience into something richer and more complex.

So do not fear marriage, just as you should not rush into it for the wrong reasons. It is an act of faith and it contains within it the power of transformation. If you believe in your heart that you have found someone with whom you are able to grow, if you have sufficient faith that you can resist the endless attraction of the road not taken and the partner not chosen, if you have the strength of heart to embrace the cycles and seasons that your love will experience, then you may be ready to seek the miracle that marriage offers. If not, then wait. The easy grace of a marriage well made is worth your patience. When the time comes, a thousand flowers will bloom… endlessly.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

How to make relationships forever burning

True love doesn't come easily and instantly.But if that love is real and deep it lasts.

Many claim, it should go through lots of tests,guts,will and passion and must be nurtured as well.
and as love finds success and grows deeply,partners should be careful and wise enough to fix things and to make decisions to keep love forever. So,what are the things to consider for being in love for life?
Sexual attraction and chemistry are very much said about love.Somehow it's true for everyone that they make love more exciting and spicy.But in the long run,it's not enough to keep the fire
burning, it fades.
Physical attraction is also one,it does matters for young couples of time.But much later as they grow older,deeper understanding about the feeling exists and could help them be as one as years go on.
Based on research, married couples mostly share the truest kind of love.They submit themselves to one another.They share intimacy,living,understanding,loving and learning from
each other.But love is not only for husbands and wives for to love and to be loved even in simplest way made for everyone.When someone is truly in love and already sure of what he feels,it is a very good experience that happen to him.Though sometimes love causes sorrows and pains, still,it is the greatest feeling one has for when a person falls in love,he experiences magic it self.
Love is sweeter the second time around,In time,its true.Split ups provide space for each other to think and realize the things happened in the past.Reconciliation is the chance of making up mistakes that happened during the last stormy relationship.
For this issue,I want to share with you some tips and pointers in keeping relationships forever's burning.

* Be respectful to each other.Respect is the most important point to develop trust in a relationship.One should respect each other's opinion and plans to maintain equal level of thoughts.
* Be a giver.It is not proper to always ask for something,What is important is what you give than what you get.Give your partner all that is in you physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
* Be selfless.Think of what your partner likes more than what you do. Ask for each other's plans and opinions before doing something.
* Make him/her a part of yourself.If you consider your partner as the most important part of your life that you cannot breathe without him/her then you won't think things that could harm him/her.View and protect him/her same way you do for yourself.Care for him/her as the most precious part of your life that money cannot buy.
* Have time foe each other.Communicate and make it a point to talk each other at least once a day.Find time to feel each other's presence and try to share with each other the experiences of the day.
* Be open.Shame is natural but it can be overcome when one is courageous enough to open up things even to the most bit of it.Tell your insights,plans and thoughts to develop with your partner the spirit of closeness.Remember that everyone is incomplete so take time to fill each other's deficiencies to establish wholeness of self.
* Be loyal.Plenty of temptations are lurking almost lurking almost everywhere.But being true can overcome even the most monstrous lure.For the nature of a person is good and everyone is trying to be pure.
* Cultivate a sense of humor.Laughter is the best medicine as everyone knows.Share a common set of jokes that can release tension and intensity of drama that make togetherness dry,dull and not satisfying.
* Reassure your love everyday.Simple words wipe out insecurities.But still actions speaks louder than words.So, try to do something that expresses your emotions.Chocolates,flowers and sweet nothings may help but the most important thing that matters is your presence whenever your partner needs you.
* Seek spiritual guidance.Prayer is the most powerful thing in the world.Actions without the help of God is nothing.So,try attend a mass every Sunday and pray together for a stronger relationships.

Dance With My Father

Dance With My Father: By Luther Vandross

Back when I was a child
Before Life removed all the innocence
My father would lift me high
And dance with my mother and me and then

Spin me around till I fell asleep
Then up the stairs he would carry me
And I knew for sure
I was loved

If I could get another chance
Another walk, another dance with him
I'd play a song that would never, ever end
How I'd love, love, love to dance with my father again

Ooh, ooh

When I and my mother would disagree
To get my way I would run from her to him
He'd make me laugh just to comfort me, yeah, yeah
Then finally make me do just what my mama said

Later that night when I was asleep
He left a dollar under my sheet
Never dreamed that he
Would be gone from me

If I could steal one final glance
One final step, one final dance with him
I'd play a song that would never, ever end
'Cause I'd love, love, love to dance with my father

Sometimes I'd listen outside her door
And I'd hear how momma would cry for him
I pray for her even more than me
I pray for her even more than me

I know I'm prayin' for much too much
But could You send back the only man she loved
I know You don't do it usually
But dear Lord, she's dyin' to dance with my father again
Every night I fall asleep
And this is all I ever dream

Something To Take Time Think About

Something To Take Time Think About

If you think Beaten,You are; If you think you dare not, you don't if you think you'd like to win but can't It's almost a 'cinch' you won't; If you think you'll lose, you've lost. For out in the world you'll find Sucess begins with a fallows will. It's all in the state of wind.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Red Rose

Red Rose
By:Eve Anderson

Red Rose Red Rose
Which is a sweet scent to the nose
So soft and smooth
It makes my heart move
Red Rose Red Rose
Which makes a good pose
That I like to hold
Red Rose Red Rose
Which the wind blows
As each day goes
Red Rose Red Rose
Which grows and grows
It's my favorite kind
That it sooths the mind
Red Rose Red Rose
That it helps sooth my soul

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


By: Gwen Aujero

The Night is so gentle,
full of love and romance,
Let me talk to you for long,
Let me hear your voice so strong.
The wind blew a wind of strength
of courage,of love,of hope,
for our love that would not fade.
The soft pillow caresses me now.
as I think of you from a far,
though I can always hear your voice,
To see you in person is my real choice.
Caress me babe, love me now.
Kiss my lips ,my symbol of love
Kiss my blossom, a sign of faith,
Kiss my life,as i have surrendered
Hug me for long i will not let you go,
Conquer me like we conquer each other,
Envelop me to your happy world,
Your voice and love will keep ringing to me.

Thursday, January 14, 2010


There's something you may give friend and stranger, too;

It seems that when you give it, its given back to you.

The gift is worth a million, but doesn't cost a dime;

It's lasting in effect,but doesn't take much time.

The simple little gesture can make a day worth while;

It's just as good as Sunshine; Its what we call a smile.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Bed Of Roses Lyrics

Bed Of Roses
By: Bon Jovi

Sitting here wasted and wounded at this old piano
Trying hard to capture the moment this morning I don't know
'Cause a bottle of vodka is still lodged in my head
And some blond gave me nightmares, think that she's still in my bed
As I dream about movies
They won't make of me when I'm dead

With an ironclad fist I wake up and french kiss the morning
While some marching band keeps it's own beat in my head
While we're talking
About all of the things that I long to believe
About love, the truth, what you mean to me and the truth is
Baby you're all that I need

I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses
For tonight I'll sleep on a bed of nails
I wanna be just as close as your Holy Ghost is
And lay you down on a bed of roses

Well I'm so far away the step that I take's on my way home
A king's ransom in dimes I'd give each night
To see through this pay phone
Still I run out of time or it's hard to get through
Till the bird on the wire flies me back to
You I'll just close my eyes, whisper baby blind love is true

I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses
For tonight I'll sleep on a bed of nails
I wanna be just as close as your Holy Ghost is
And lay you down on a bed of roses

Well this hotel bar's hangover whiskey's gone dry
The barkeeper's wig's crooked
And she's giving me the eye
Well I might have said yeah
But I laughed so hard I think I died
Ooh yeah

Now as you close your eyes
Know I'll be thinking about you
While my mistress she calls me to stand in her spotlight again
Tonight I won't be alone
But you know that don't mean I'm not lonely
I've got nothing to prove for it's you that I'd die to defend

I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses
For tonight I'll sleep on a bed of nails
I wanna be just as close as your Holy Ghost is
And lay you down

I wanna lay you down in a bed of roses
For tonight I'll sleep on a bed of nails
I wanna be just as close as your Holy Ghost is
And lay you down on a bed of roses

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Every Rose Has It's Thorn Lyrics

Every Rose Has its Thorn
By: Poison

We both lie silently still
In the dead of the night
Although we both lie close together
We feel miles apart inside

Was it something I said or something I did
Did my words not come out right
Though I tried not to hurt you
Though I tried
But I guess that's why they say

Every rose has its thorn
Just like every night has its dawn
Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song
Every rose has its thorn
Yeah, it does

I listen to our favorite song
Playing on the radio
Hear the DJ say, loves a game
Of easy come and easy go

But I wonder does he know
Has he ever felt like this
And I know you'd be here right now
If I could have let you know somehow
I guess

Every rose has its thorn
Just like every night has its dawn
Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song
Every rose has its thorn
Yeah, it does

Though it's been a while now
I can still feel so much pain
Like a knife that cuts you the wound heals
But the scar, that scar remains

I know I could have saved a love that night
If I'd known what to say
Instead of makin' love
We both made our separate ways

But now I hear you found somebody new
And that I never meant that much to you
To hear that tears me up inside
And to see you cuts me like a knife
I guess

Every rose has its thorn
Just like every night has its dawn
Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song
Every rose has its thorn
Yeah, it does

Monday, January 4, 2010

About My Blog.... "Every Rhose..."

Hi Welcome to My Blog entitled "Every Rhose...". I made this blog as one of my hobbies and expression of my being. I will be posting anything about my daily life experiences, musings and other things that may interests me. I also consider this as an opportunity to earn extra money for my family specially this time that is very hard to earn money here in our country the Philippines. Let us learn some great and fun things that I have encountered as a blogger.

I am new at this and trying to learn as much I can. So I welcome others on your own perspective, It would be great to share your idea, comments, suggestions and or criticisms to what ever subject and topics I will be posting to. Just be sensitive and always show some respect to others as they have respect you.

More power to us and happy blogging. Thanks for your time and God Bless.


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