Sunday, September 23, 2012

10 Rules [Good Christian Married Life]

10 Commandments 
for a Good Christian Married Life 

1. You must be and become the RIGHT person
rather than expecting your spouse 
to be come the RIGHT person.

2. GIVE and TAKE is a necessity.
Let LOVE cover the disagreements 
which will come in any marriage.

3. Never carry into tomorrow the petty troubles of today. 
Forgive at the earliest or at least by the end of the day, 
and then forget.

4. Discuss your disagreements
and personal problems with the LORD. 
Go to HIM for the advice you need. 
Always take Godly counsel when in need.

5. Try to live within your financial means. 
Don't try to copy the life style of some other couple; 
keep within your income. 
And be sure to set aside the tithe for the Lord's work.

6. Keep your love as romantic as possible.
Appreciate each other. 
Express that appreciation in actual love 
and affection in the home. 

7. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER think of divorce
as a solution for your marriage problems. 
You took your vows "until death do us part." 
Divorce never settles anything.

8. Keep your eyes on the person you have married, 
and don't bother looking around for someone else. 
Wandering eyes benefit no marriage. 
It opens the door for the enemy 
to work out his scheme in your marriage.

9. Read God's Word 
and pray together every day. 
To pray together is to stay together.

10. Let Christ shed the love of God in your heart, 
you will be sure to have love for each other


Friday, September 14, 2012

the cheese, the wall, the reminders

Change Happens
They Keep Moving The Cheese

Anticipate Change
Get Ready For The Cheese To Move

Monitor Change
Smell The Cheese Often
So You Know When It Is Getting Old

Adapt To Change Quickly
The Quickest You Let Go Of Old Cheese,
The Sooner You Can Enjoy New Cheese

Move With The Change

Enjoy Change!
Savor The Adventure
Enjoy The Taste Of New Cheese!

Be Ready To Change Quickly
And Enjoy It Again & Again

They Keep Moving The Cheese

- by Spencer Johnson MD, in Who Moved My Cheese

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

it takes two to tango

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Gensan Tunafest gets better and better each year, says Chiz

One of the most awaited programs of the series of events in Gensan’s Tuna Festival is the Fishtahan sa Fishport on September 6th. It showcases simultaneous games held in different venues (markets) in the city’s Fishport complex. Gracing the affair were Congressman Pedro Acharon Jr., Mayor Darlene Custodio and Senator Chiz Escudero.  

Sen. Escudero heads the Senate Committees on Justice and Human Rights, Joint Oversight Committees on Ecological Solid Waste Management Act, Joint Congressional Oversight Committee on the Clean Air Act, and Committee on Environment and Natural Resources. He spent the entire morning visiting the market sites for tuna catch (it’s working day as usual), taking time to pose for photos and chat with the fisherfolks, vendor and fish port officials.

A brief press conference was held during lunch time. The well-loved senator answered all questions straight to the point. He discussed issues on Pnoy’s RAT Plan, state of agriculture and the environment, the new appointments for DILG and DOJ and the legacy of his father that he intends to uphold as a public servant- that is, the legacy of a good name and public service.  He ended the presscon with a remark that the Tuna Festival gets better and better each year and he won’t be surprised when the event would level-up once more, next year.