So, today is my 40th year on Earth. As I sit here pondering during my night shift work, I am reviewing my life and the journey I took navigating the physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional existence of being me. When I was a child, I was in such a hurry to grow up. That is…
Read more On my 40th Birthday
All throughout our lives, we meet people from all walks of life who became part of our lives in both good or bad. They taught us something positive and changed us for the better.
Read more 10 People who made a Positive Impact in my Life
I've lost a lot of virtual friends and family but one really made a mark in my life. That's Amanda and I miss her so much.
Read more When one of your Virtual family dies in Real life.
I am currently up on the “tower” of our house. The tower is the small look out area which is the 5th level of our our. I enjoy climbing there because from there you can see the mountain range and it makes me feel like I am an infinite being. Sometimes I will lay down…
Read more Random (02 March 2021 6:30 PM Manila time)
It took someone to remind me of how I've forgotten about the things I used to enjoy and he got me thinking deeply....when did I lose myself? When did I lose the motivation to do the things I loved the most?
Read more Cluttered Life
I believe that Alliances change with the wind but we can never escape the fact that death is constant. All wars are needed to gain the justified peace that we need. If not for the wars, we will never encounter peace. We are all in a stand still, in a truce, but our leaders are the ones, not just us civilians to have full knowledge of the true effects of wars in every nation. How wars affect mankind, the world and most especially our souls.
Read more Corregidor: Island of Glory and Military History. What World War 2 textbooks don’t tell us.
In the human body, there are roughly 37.2 trillion cells working together round the clock to hold one person together. If we are composed of trillion cells, I just realized we should never feel alone because we are literally not alone. If our bodies are composed of trillion cells and 70% other microorganism and good/bad…
Read more 4-9-2020 Thoughts
For someone like me, I look at pooping as a great thing in life. It's like falling in love. Giddy feeling at first, you have sweaty hands, the excitement builds and your hair rises as you anticipate, then relief once you let go and let it happen.
Read more How to Poop Gracefully In Public Toilets
I can’t sleep. It’s tough. Last week, I was one of the chosen few to start a new division in the company I work for. Prior to that I was on the day shift. I’ve always been on the day shift because of my Lupus and heart problem. I was advised not go on graveyard…
Read more I can’t sleep – February 21, 2020
“Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passion of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones.”
– Sir Edwin Arnold
Read more Love that transcends time, How I was mesmerized by the story behind the Taj Mahal