Monday, April 4, 2011
And Jose Mari Chan best describe it in this song..
I look out and see the rain
As it falls on my window pane
And the music that’s in my heart
Is a sad refrain
Endless traffic of sounds and lights
Midst the glitter of neon lights
Still the music that’s in my heart
Is the same sad refrain
Memories of you follows everywhere I go
Down the high and by-ways of my days
Music of your laughter fills my every dream
Like a love song from long ago
Never ending streams of faces come and go
Million different people all around
No use searching for I’ll never find you there
For you are far beyond compare
Take a jet to hideaway, from the humdrum of everyday
Yet the music that’s in my heart is a sad refrain
Fluctuations in the market scene
Fill my Dow Jones with every beam
And the music that’s in my heart
Is the same sad refrain…
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Both team played well. I was stunned by the matched and patiently waited who’s team will get through. And finally Spain did it at an extra time, Andres Iniesta was the man. So long, the Spaniards captured their epic first world cup title.
The cup is over yet felt like in an aftermath fever, was hooked by the footballers of World Cup 2010. Looking forward to see some faces again at 2014.
(photo: associated press)
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Where could we run/turn to after this??
The overwhelming assistance coming all over the world to aid survivors of the tropical storm that flooded Manila is more of help. Kindred spirit that is.
Through UNICEF is just one way we could penetrate our figurative sympathy with them. Many of us who follow the deadly situation would like to extend our helping hand. Please follow the link patiently and drop an amount we think it could push the mission. (Thanks)
UNICEF gives immediate assistance to children of the Philippines affected by tropical storm Ondoy :: News Releases :: Media Center :: U.S. Fund for UNICEF - UNICEF USA
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Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Outside the rain begin again. We do have frequent downpour and windy summer here. Albeit am used to wet season back home it felt different to have rain around on summer days. It has been weeks that rained which is unusual to the season.
So to put myself in solace I keep repeating the old kiddie song, rain, rain go away, hoping it would really stop. Still the drop gets harder. I decided then to gaze for quite longer to the falling crystalline -like -rain. And before I knew it, I am being rushed to the altitude of nostalgia. I was caught unguarded. False hope envelopes the soul once more..yet just before letting myself fall again into dream without assurance here comes the wake up call...
Thanks FM radio for playing this momentarily...
..Just another lesson to be learned
Gotta move on and not lose faith
Just another obstacle to face
Live my life before it gets too late
I won't give up
I won't stay down
This is what life's worth living for
(Life's worth living for)
I still believe in love....
Thursday, July 30, 2009
That said, I could say, I found the last few months enjoyable, full of laughter and excitement all throughout. It has been busy months aside from the usual things I do. If I feel like running miles, I hopped in into the mountain bike my cousin had given me and ready to shake-off the road. Parties are always around the corner that’s why weekends never end-up boring. As well as thrilling movies are never out of sight so no more room for sentiments. But then again people who are closed to my heart are still the most significant bearer of what happiness brings.
And I’m not just trying to escape the perennial feeling which undeniably wasted much of my time and energy. I do love experiencing new adventures and my guts says am ready to push trough. Although some adventures might be too risky, yet, I think there’s always fun at some point.
Nevertheless, others utter, happiness is generally caused by our own internal state of mind rather than an external event. It’s a great fallacy to constantly look outside ourselves for happiness.
Sunday, July 5, 2009
I could say he is incredibly unique, one of a kind. From childhood I was deeply touched to the message and to the good purpose of the creation of the song “We Are the World”. It’s a beautiful song. And it really would be had every one of us contribute a little to the fulfillment of his dream.
As Janet Jackson put it, “to you, Michael is an icon: to us he is family. Indeed, you are family in most hearts. Farewell MJ, surely you’ll be remembered.
The participation of various artists is pretty inspiring. Well done. I played it over and over again.