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Saturday, June 28, 2008


Tolerance could be define in many ways but the best way to define it depends majorly on how it happiers to individually,to me it means being understanding,caring and ability to ignore the mistakes of others,for example people clamour for good health,war against poverty and the develop nation still maginalize the developing country by extracting there natural resources and use it to develop their own country, thousand of people were being deported on a daily basis because they were illegal immigrant,yet the develop nations refuse to tollerate them into their system........well is better everybody learn how to tollerate each one another into our system because you the person you dont want to help today might turn to be your mother,brother or family

Friday, June 27, 2008

Travel to seven continents tag

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Rules :
1. Start Copy from "Begin Copy" until "End Copy".
2. Put your blog's name and url write in which continent you live, add the country you live in. Example :
My Imaginary Travels (Netherlands)
3. Leave your url post
in here and I'll add you to the Master List.
4. Please help spread this tag by tagging your friends as much as you can.
5. Don't play unfair! If you have more than 1 blog, you can participate all your blogs for this tag. BUT you will have to post this tag to all your blogs as well. So, please. Don't cheat!
6. Please come back again to copy the update of the master list, often. This process will help new participants to get the same gains as the first participants.
7. Don't forget to use the banner at your post, you can save as or you can just copy the code
in here.

Master List :
A. Asia :
1. Moms... Check Nyo (Philippines) 2. Aeirin's Collections (Philippines) 3. Jenny and Belle(Philippines) 4. Hailey's Beats and Bits (Philippines) 5. Appleofmyeyes(Saudi Arabia) 6. Deranged Insanity (Philippines) 7. PROJECT HEAVY TRAFFIC (Singapore) 8. Rooms of My Heart (Indonesia) 9. Blessings and Beyond (Philippines) 10. lancerlord (Singapore) 11. allinkorea (Korea) 12. kimchiland (Korea) 13. korean food (Korea) 14. idealpinkrose (Korea) 15. Pinay Mommy Online (Philippines) 16. Momhood Moments (Philippines) 17. Business Mars (Philippines) 18. Maiylah’s Snippets (Philippines) 19. Picture Clusters (Philippines) 20. My Wanderings (Philippines) 21. Hit-or-Miss (Philippines) 22. Life Quest (Philippines) 23. FunFierceFabulous (Phils) 24. and Life Goes On for... (Philippines) 25. Moments of Colours (Philippines) 26. Making sense… (somehow) (Philippines) 27. Day To Day (Philippines) 28. My Happy Place 29. Me and Mine (Japan) 30. Little Peanut (Japan) 31. Creative In Me (Japan) 32. Pea in a Pod (Japan) 33. A Slice of Life (Phils) 34. Jenny Said So (Phils) 35. Live it Up... (Philippines) 36. A Sweet Taste Of Life (Philippines) 37. Through The Rain (Philippines) 38. Sugarmagnolias (Japan) 39. ParentZine育兒好好玩 (Singapore) 40. We are Family (PH) 41. Reference Notes (Hong Kong) 42. The Sweet Life 43. A Great Pleasure (Malaysia) 44. LadyJava's Lounge (Malaysia) 45. LadyJava Life's Pages (Malaysia) 46. Being Woman (Malaysia), 47. Cat Tales (Malaysia) 48. Make Money Online (Malaysia) 49. LadyJava's Food Paradise (Malaysia) 50.Alanzain-home decor world (Malaysia)51.Let's talk-everything in one space (Malaysia)52. your turn

B. Australia : 1. Reflexes (Australia) 2. Emcee 3. Outback-Pinay 4. Collect and Connect (Australia) 5. your turn

C. Afrika : 1. your turn

D. North Amerika : 1. Simple Life, Simply Me (USA) 2. Pinaymama's Diary (USA) 3. 3 Garnets & 2 Sapphires (United States) 4.Traipsey Turvey (USA) 5. Dabawenyako (USA) 6. Icelog (USA) 6. The Misadventures of an Ordinary Housewife (USA) 7. It Is Nap Time (US) 8.A Mother's Journal (USA) 9. Journey And Journal [USA] 10. Life is good and beautiful (USA) 11. Tasteful Voyage (USA) 12. Jenny's Wandering Thoughts (USA) 13. Mom Knows Everything (Canada) 14. Filipino love stories (USA) 15. A Mom's Note (USA) 16. Life with the Two Crazy Dogs 17. BLOGSILOG (USA) 18. Juliana’s World ( New York, USA) 19. your turn

E. South Amerika : 1. your turn

F. Europe : 1. My Imaginary Travels (Netherlands) 2. Juliana's Site (Netherlands) 3. Picturing of Life (Netherlands) 4. SuperMae (Portugal) 5. The Callalily Space (The Netherlands) 6. Portia (UK) 7. Daily Grind (Germany) 8. Amel's Realm (Finland) 9. your turn

G. Antarctica : 1. your turn

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Are You Aware to Your Future?

Its very sad to know that many youth nowadays are not really focusing or not being aware to their future.They are just wasting their time with nothing- they don't studies or even though they studies somehow, they don't pay much attention with that. Some don't like to WORK also, instead they just do non-sense thing,they just consume most of their time staying in the house,watching television, play games in the internet and so on.. These are the daily routines they do in their lives. They don't even plan for their future.Because of these, what they give to their parents is always a headache.

Now for how long you will be like these? I hope you will not say FOREVER.. Here are some of the reasons why teens are not aware to their future..


- Don't depend on your parents. Time will come that you will build and have your own family too.Especially if you're a guy, you will be the head of the family and you will be responsible for providing and giving the best and wonderful future to your own family someday.


- Huh!That's the reasoning of a lazy person. Hey some on! Don't you have a dream? Are you really contented in that kind of daily routine in your life? Change your personality. Grow up!


- But life doesn't ends in there. You must try and try until you succeed.Don't give up. Always think positive. A positive person achieved positive in life. Always condition and set your mind. If you always set to your mind, ("I REALLY NEED TO HAVE JOB, I AM SURELY GET THIS JOB") then it will be yours. Try to be patient and BELIEVE IN YOURSELF.


- Normally, teens experienced this kind of situation.. They really don't know what exactly they really want in their life especially in their future..These are the things you must do..



- I f you imagine, " I will be a successful doctor after 5-10 years.." Well,that's a good sign because you are about to start to discover what you dream to be.. Now the next thing that you will do is to do something to it. Focus on your study. Study hard. Always think of your dream to be, it will help you to get inspired and always think "YOU CAN" . a SUCCESSFUL PERSON are those who are positive thinker and don't ever ever QUIT..

So now start building your own future..As much as possible, build the best future that you can be.. Remember the only person that will help you to achieved the best future that you can have is YOURSELF.. A positive mind, determination, being hardworking will lead you to SUCCESS..

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Culture Article Review

Can a Country preserve its culture nowadays when subject to outside influences?

Culture is a way of life particular to a group of people. It is the sum total of their traditions in the field of literature, religion and languages. These traditions have developed over centuries and in some cases, over thousands of years and consequently cannot be destroyed. Of course, the impact of foreign influence can make a dent in them but basically they remain the same. But when too much foreign influence threatens to adulterate a particular culture, there is a reaction of self preservation which saves it from being swept off its feet.

For example, some twenty or twenty-five years ago, when the countries of western Europe seemed like being swamped by an influx of immigrants from Africa and Asia, the reactions of its inhabitants was very sharp. They insisted that their political representatives should put a stop to immigration and voted out office any party who did not agree. The reason generally given was those immigrants having different customs, religions and traditions were a danger to the survival of European Culture. The result was that, despite the opposition of a liberal segment of Western society and of its social and religious organisations, immigration was drastically cut down. So doing this, the Westerners could preserve their way of life that is their culture.

But the question, nowadays, is how long such prohibitions or laws, moral or otherwise, can safeguard a particular culture in face of constant pressure from outside. First of all, no man is an island and no country can afford to keep its door closed against foreign contact or influence. In these days of easy world communications, where one can travel from one corner of the world to another, in not more than a week, in these days where nations rely very much on trade with the outside world and tourism to promote world fellowship, it is very difficult to live in an ivory tower. Regular contacts between the heads of different governments, international seminars or forums, mammoth gatherings. Languages are no barrier. Many people speak two languages, theirs and another one generally a widely spoken language like English or French. Quite a few even speak three or four languages, for having learnt them at college and read all about culture, the background to the languages they are out to study.

It is clear therefore that the walls of division and exclusion are slowly falling apart and that the world is really becoming a small place indeed where people of different cultures will have to learn to live side by side and to give and take in every sphere of human activity. The idea should be not to preserve but to share. If a particular culture has something in it that is permanent and elevating no other cultural currents but, basically, it will remain the same. For example, British culture has had to face many invasions and many outside influences but it has blossomed whether in the U.K, in America, Australia or Canada. This is because the British culture can be compared to a plant that grows in all climes and is quick to adapt to basically local conditions.

Consequently, a country can and should be to preserve its culture provided it is determined to safeguard it as the French or the English do and are proud to do. In the modern context when outside influences are increasing day by day this pride in one’s culture must be shown not only in words but also in deed to safeguard it against the intrusion of cheap culture stuff from abroad and propagate its ideas and values by signing of Cultural Agreements. Developing countries should follow the example of India which is spending large sums of money to organise festivals abroad to bring home to both foreigners and Indians themselves that if a country were to preserve its culture against foreign influences they should be ready to explain or interpret it to the world. As long as one sincerely believes in one’s way of life one should without fear or favour stand by it. There is no better way to preserve it and to remain true to one’s Cultural Heritage

Saturday, June 7, 2008

How to Choose Perfume

perfume or cologne might prove heavy on the pocket. But it gives the best value for money compared to other packaged fragrances like deodorants, body sprays and eau de cologne.

First, they have the longest staying power. Just a whiff is enough to keep you smelling great for hours.

They also lend relief when you are crammed in public transport system!

"I find myself clambering for just a whiff of Dior's Dunes or Carrera, so that the fragrance can overpower less enchanting bodily odours," says Shirish, a collegian who braves the Mumbai local trains every day, and is saving up for his first bottle of cologne.

It is going to be Polo Sport by Ralph Lauren for Shirish.

~ Perfume etiquette

It is politically incorrect to drench yourself in perfume just because you like the fragrance.

If you do, your humongous cloud of vapour will follow you wherever you go, pierce every nostril in the vicinity and leave people choking on the smell for hours after!

Be a little altruistic. Try not to infringe on another's personal space.

Etiquette expert Dr Tushar Guha shares some subtle hints on how to wear your perfume right:

i. Choose your perfume with care depending on the occasion.

ii. A cocktail party, a meeting with one or two people, a day at the office, a corporate event, these occasions demand a little sophistication. So go with a subtle scent that does not jerk an unsuspecting nostril out of its peaceful reverie.

iii. But if you want to make a splash at a wedding, a party or on a night of clubbing, go in for something stronger, but nothing too loud, unless a 'loud' image is what you really want to project!

iv. We all want to be accepted and your choice of perfume should complement what you stand for.

Apply it with finesse

i. While applying your perfume, don't splash it all over your clothes. Apply it behind your earlobes, the upper sides of your palms and on the right and left side of your neck. These are your pulse points and the fragrance will sustain for a longer period. Besides, you won't soil your clothes.

ii. Even though you might have seen it in the movies, do not rub your wrists together after spraying on perfume. This reduces the effect of the top layer of perfume.

iii. If you like a little flamboyance, do it the filmi way, by spraying some into the air and walk through it. Now, you are soaking in your favourite scent!

iv. Keep the spray away from your nostrils, else you might inhale the chemicals. This could lead to breathing trouble.

v. How much should you apply? One round of application to all the pulse points will do. Unless you perspire a lot, in which case, you could go in for round two.

vi. Many people love to spray perfume everywhere, including their hair, handbag, cushions and sheets.

Well, go ahead and indulge yourself. But when it comes to spraying it on to your silk sari or tie, restrain yourself, else you will end up ruining your best silk!

~ Shopping tips

According to Vilobha Vijay Joshi, perfumer with International Flavours and Fragrances, and a 'nose' to be reckoned with, the same fragrance will smell different on two people as the body heat and inherent body odours are different.

So please make sure you test your perfume on yourself and not your friend. Else your friend will smell like lily of the valley, while you could emerge smelling like durian!

Monday, June 2, 2008

Have the Perfect Man or Perfect Women?

Believe what the perfect man, or the perfect women no have. To some mans the wonen is some difficut of understand. He said what the women is strange. Have topics very important to she, what no are to we. But, believe what the opposing too happen. To me, the perfectly is in eye of who see. No believe what duty search the '''' perfect man'''' to married, but the our perfect man. To some women is very important what the man be kind and romantic. But, belive what duty search our right man (romantic and kind man have too). Although the important to an couple is what learn respect and love , because the together of marriage never is same at time of relationship and engagement, she is very difficult when appear the problem. Every have hand without lose your person or your be, but adapt one the another. Believe what every we duty search the "our perfect man" to be happy whit the love man.


simple thing to do....just say it.
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