Friday, November 26, 2010

Fruits & Vegetables

More of Gabby's drawings on my LG phone. I bet she was having really healthy thoughts that time! Yes. Fruits and vegetables are good for you my Gabby!

Monday, November 22, 2010

You Can Say No To Corruption!

Do you hate corruption? Do you recognize how grave it has been affecting our lives? You'll never know until it happens to you. Yes. It happened to me. I am speaking in the first person here because I am making this battle against corruption and injustice my own since I am a part of Lifeline Foundation.  Since 2002, Lifeline has only endeavored to uplift people's lives in the areas of medicine, education, empowerment and other areas as well.  For the last two years, Lifeline has been greatly affected by the corruption and injustice waged towards one of its directors Jose Luis Gonzalez.  We are not afraid to expose the wicked people behind such malicious and unscrupulous doings. 

We are standing up against corruption and injustice! We are making our voices heard!  Join us in our cause! Sign the petition

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Ordinary Miracle by Sarah McLachlan

I remember this beautiful song from the movie Charlotte's Web. This song touched my heart and reminded me how magnificent and amazing God is! How can I not take notice of the miracles that are happening right before my very eyes every single day? Everyday is a gift indeed. A miracle from God. What brought me to tears was remembering that I am a part of these ordinary miracles and realizing that no matter what I do, things just work out after all because that's just how God intended it to be. 

As the song goes : "It seems so exceptional, things just work out after all. Its just another ordinary miracle today..."  So here's to remembering God is in the midst of us through His ordinary miracle every single day. Thank You Father!

                  Lyrics | Sarah McLachlan - Ordinary Miracle lyrics

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Blink Blink?

Did you know that blinking our eyes automatically supplies moisture to our eyes and protect our eyes from foreign matter that could cause irritation? To oil, lube and filter. Moreover, our built-in "wind-shield wipers", our eyelids are designed and are capable of expanding and contracting so rapidly, that blinking does not impair our vision. The rims of our eyelids are lined with 20-30 sebaceous, invisible oil-producing glands located between our eyelashes. Blinking coats both the eyelid and eyelashes with the lubricant it secretes, to prevent them from drying out.

Another benefit of blinking is to shield the eye from foreign bodies. Our eyelashes serve as dust-catchers, as the blinking reflex causes them automatically to lower, when exposed to harsh elements. Apparently, camels are endowed with extraordinary long, curly, eyelashes to protect their eyes from sudden sandstorms in the desert.

Eyebrows, by the way, also serve their purpose, as they catch the run-off perspiration produces. So, girls out there, don't shave or pluck your eyebrows too much! Let it serve its purpose!
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