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Tiring but Worthwhile

I was able to conduct 1st day of lecture at QCPU last saturday for VB.net class and DBMS2 class. I had a lot of students and were expecting a class since they haven’t got into class since the start of classes.

I prepared the powerpoint slide and was able to deliver what was expected. I appreciate some students saying they learned a lot of things during that day.

It was tiring but worthwhile. I hope to share my knowledge to them as we continue this semester.

Cheers!

 

Philippines Bases Conversion and Development Authority – Home

Philippines Bases Conversion and Development Authority – Home.

 
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Posted by on June 6, 2011 in Anything Under the Sun

 

Quarterly Exams

This week is the 1st quarterly exam of my son who is currently in Nursery level. I’m happy how eager he is to study and go to school. I hope he makes it good in the exams. No pressure in having high grades or being the top. The important thing is that he learns and develops his skills surely.

:-)

 
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Posted by on August 19, 2010 in Anything Under the Sun, Personal

 

New Blog Theme

I just changed my theme twice already for the past 2 weeks. I liked this theme now. It’s cool and simple yet professional.

Have a nice day.

 
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Posted by on November 5, 2009 in Anything Under the Sun

 

TGIS – Thank God It’s Sunday

It’s a nice Sunday indeed. We thank God that the typhoon is already heading towards China Sea. Thank God It’s Sunday and we can all have time to go to church and visit our loved ones who have passed away. It’s sad to hear that the typhoon yesterday still claimed lives.

For me, I just spent one of the happiest day in my life with my wife, son and father. We went to church, had lunch and went to zoo. I myself enjoyed seeing some animals which I haven’t seen face to face :-) . My son was very curious and excited in seeing the animals especially the snakes. :-) . A lot of families were also there and had their picnic in the zoo. It’s nice to see family going out and bond each other. Strengthening family relationship is one of the old Filipino family values we should always practice.

After few hours of walking around we decided to go home. Quite tiring but it was something I can cherish always.

Happy Long Weekend… God bless you all.

 
 

Storms in Life

It’s been a long time that I haven’t posted here. It’s good to be back and writing again my thoughts here in my blog.

Lately, we have experience the nature’s wrath as they say. Ondoy and Pepeng as which seems to be a friendly name but brought about devastation in people’s lives and properties. Sad to say and see that people now are still trying to move on. It has been a month but there are still flooded places. There are still people out there who needs help in terms of food and shelter as well as medicine. Many people have died during that storm/typhoon. Right now we are also facing an Leptospirosis outbreak and have already caused that death of many people. There is also a threat on rice crisis next year since the rice granary in Northern Luzon was greatly stricken by flood.

Just recently, Pres. Arroyo ordered the implementation of the Marcos-era Metro Plan which was originally a study conducted by DPWH funded by WB.  The rehabilitation of areas greatly affected by floods is still on-going.

Many problems come and it seems that it’s not ending. Some say that this is the time to change our ways. We have to be responsible for our actions. What can we do now? I believe, its not only praying but also acting. Walk the Talk so to speak. These times are storms, storms in life. They would come and would eventually go. Some things may be hopeless but I guess we have to face it. As long we breathe, there is still a second chance. I read in a book that if we don’t suffer or we do not experience trials, life may be perfect, and that means we are already in heaven. If life is perfect, we dont have to live it.

I myself have trials to face that would greatly affect my whole being. These are the storms in my life. I just pray that someday, there would be a rainbow that I could clearly see. That means, I survived. In times like this, we just need to be strong and take it as it is. Trust in God and he will do the rest.

Until then…

 
 

H1N1 etc

A. FLU VACCINE DEVLOPED AS PANDEMIC DECLARED (Philippine Star, June 13, 2009)

Swiss Pharmaceutical Company NOVARTIS AG said yesterday it has successfully produced a first batch of Swine Flu Vaccine weeks ahead of expectation. The vaccine was made in cells, rather than grown in eggs, as is usually the case with vaccines, the company said The announcement comes a day after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared swine flu a PANDEMIC. Swine flu also known as Influenza A (H1N1) is now formally a pandemic (June 11, 2009), meaning the spread considered unstoppable. The move indicates that a global outbreak is underway. Since it was first detected in April in Mexico and the United States, swine flu has reached 74 countries, infecting 29,000 people. WHO Chief Dr. Margaret Chan made the long awaited declaration after the UN agency held an emergency meeting with flu experts and said she was moving to phase 6 – the agency’s highest alert level – which means a pandemic is underway.

B. DOH Chief calls for sobriety (Philippine Star, June 13, 2009)

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III yesterday appealed for sobriety after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared on June 11, 2009 a global pandemic of influenza A (H1N1). Secretary Duque call on everyone’s sobriety, cooperation and understanding, as together the nation faces this unique and extra ordinary challenge. As WHO has emphasized, the goal in any pandemic is to save many lives, reduce deaths and minimize the impact of the pandemic on society. Meanwhile, Education Secretary Jesli Lapus expressed confidence that there will no outbreak of Influenza A(H1N1) in schools in the country, citing health programs and joint efforts with other government agencies.

C. Diabetics Need Not Lose A Leg To Get Healed

(Philippine Star – Health and Medicine Section : April 27, 2009)

Diabetics need not lose a leg and pay high price to get their wounds healed. This is according to Dr. Valentin Yabes in a recent 152nd General Assembly of the Foundation for Upgrading the Standard of Education (FUSE) held at Orient Tower Condominium at Roxas Blvd., Manila Dr. Yabes said the treatment of non-healing wounds of diabetics is a big problem in the country because there are 3.36 million Filipinos who have diabetes. He said the amputation is not only costly but unnecessary because diabetics with wounds can be treated with laser bio-resonance treatment. This is a painless, non-surgical, cost effective medical treatment which produces very attractive results. LASER, the acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation is now used medically for precision surgery.

D. Some Health Habits to be maintained to keep healthy

1. Wash your hands with soap before and after food intake.

2. Drink at least 8 glasses everyday

3. Use handkerchief or tissues when coughing and sneezing

4. Isolate and rest yourself when having fever, colds and coughs to avoid contamination to other members of the family

5. Maintain vitamins to develop effective resistance to diseases

6. Always keep your surroundings (outside and inside) clean for a healthful living

7. Consult a doctor if fever, colds and other symptoms persists

8. Have a complete vaccination on all kinds of diseases

 
 
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