Monday, March 30, 2009


Guys because Earth Hour was successful they decided to create another project called AIR HOUR.


All you have to do this time is hold your breath for an hour (11:30 - 12:30pm on April 1) Please pass, this is to save the air for future generations!
Spread the word!


Wednesday, March 25, 2009


Ask people about their bad bosses and the stories come tumbling out: The supervisor who expected his staff to field calls from his wife during intimate lunches with another subordinate. A woman who was asked to hike a mile through unplowed, snowy roads to the office, even though she was six months pregnant. A boss whose management tool of choice was a lie-on-the-floor, full-body tantrum.

But, as anyone who has tangled with an unprofessional supervisor knows, it's a difficult situation to handle. Do you tough it out? Do you confront? Or would a heart-to-heart talk help? "There are so many of these unprofessional jerks around," says Joyce Weiss, corporate speaker and author of Full Speed Ahead: Become Driven by Change. "There's no right answer."

The problem, of course, is that this isn't just any relationship. Unlike the grouchy spouse or the untrustworthy friend, your supervisor controls your livelihood and professional reputation. There's very little margin for error here.

But it's helpful to remember the only thing you can control is yourself, says Richard Whiteley, author of Love the Work You're With: Find the Job You Always Wanted Without Leaving the One You Have.

"The biggest thing to do is to focus on yourself," Whiteley advises. "Breathe deeply and understand it's not about you. It's about them."

One thing you can do is clarify in your mind what your limits are. Though it's not possible to set a zero-tolerance policy on all lapses, there's always some blurring of ethical lines in the workplace, you can set limits if your boss does things that embarrass or disgrace you, he says.

A double layer of sneaky and back-stabbing bosses who especially delight in fighting against each other makes for a truly toxic workplace. Some of the bosses "speaks to you about other people and then speaks to other people about you." He/She makes everyone feel like they're a confidante when she's just spreading negativity." And the conniving extends outside the office walls.

The key is to avoid a righteous stance. Focus on your own feelings with phrases such as, "The way I see it is. What's true for me here is. It seems to me that." When the sneaky boss tries to engage in office gossip, don't tell her she's an awful person; instead say, "I'm really someone who tries to see the positive in people," he suggests.

Any confrontation is a risk. But there are ways of mitigating it. You have more leverage if you're a high performer, so make sure your job performance is strong before you make a move, Whiteley says. And one of the most common ways that bosses bully their subordinates is by heaping on unreasonable demands and blaming the resulting failure on the employee. Some situations are just intolerable.

If it's that bad, the experts say, there's only one solution: GET OUT!

Sunday, March 22, 2009


“There are positive, wonderful friendships that are mutually beneficial to both friends that should last a lifetime. But there are other friendships that are negative, destructive, or unhealthy that should end.”

This article is a “tribute”. YES! A tribute of DISGUST!

At this very point of time, I definitely feel disappointed. So disappointed! Why? Because someone BETRAYED me…

I have this “friend” whom I thought a real one. I treated her well, accepted her as who she is, and considered her not anyone like a stranger (of course, friendship is said to be there). Supported her with her dreams and I was one of the few people who celebrated every bit of her success. I could say that I may not be someone perfect, but for a certain point of time; I became her friend, good at that.

But the goodness of such friendship is now part of the old tale. Definitely, part of HISTORY! She betrayed me by trying to pull me out on a certain position I’m in. And yes nagtagumpay po siya. That certain position I have was taken from me because of her opinion and malicious intervention. Sad to know that someone like her, whom you considered a friend, will betray you in times you never expected to happen.


Kahit po nawala ako sa ganung position, hindi po nawala ang pagkatao ko. If we’ll try to assess, I HAVE NOT LOST ANYTHING, not even a bit of something. At sayo “kaibigan”, nalulungkot ako na sa lahat lahat ng tao, ikaw pa ang gumawa nun. Nakakalungkot isipin na kaya mong ipgkaluho ang pagkakaibigan natin.and by that, I really disgust your being!

I want to give you a SLAP of TRUTH by saying YOU CHANGED A LOT. But instead of changing to become someone better, you changed to someone undesirable! So undesirable na nagawa mo pang traydurin ako. Tsk tsk tsk..

Pero ngpapasalamat pa rin ako. Because at least I was able to know who you are and how bullshit you have become. Wag mo masyadong taasan ang tingin mo sa sarili mo kasi kahit ni minsan hindi ka naging mataas. We may say that you became someone better in your chosen career, you may be one good communicator, BUT I wish you concentrate on how to become a better person.

Matanggap ko pa siguro kung ibang tao na hindi close ang gumawa sa akin nun. Pero ang hindi katanggap-tangap is ikaw pa talaga. But one thing for sure, hindi ko gagawin sayo yun. I know how mean I am, and I know your emotional capacity to endure pain, so hindi ko gagawin sayo yun. Si “karma” na ang bahala sayo. Good for good karma, bad for bad karma

I have forgiven you I should say, but to forget what you have done is definitely not part of the story.

This is the most hilarious article na gnawa ko para sa hilarious na tao na unfortunately naging parte ng buhay ko. I’m sorry if it sounds a li’l offensive pero mas offensive po ang gnawa mo sa akin.

TO END THIS, I’ll leave you with this:

Huwag ka maxadong maniwala na nakatungtong ka sa kalabaw. At wag ka maxadong sipsip kasi walang naidudulot na maganda yan sayo. And please STOP CALLING ME KUYA! You’re not my sister. At hindi rin kita kaano-ano. One lat false move, you’ll definitely meet the greatest enemy you’ll ever have. Good luck!

NOTE: To those who will be able to read this, humihingi po ako ng paumanhin.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

My Ultimate CRUSH! (contemporary) hehe

FEU's Captain Ball


I SO LOVE YOU!!! hehehehehe

Friday, March 6, 2009

To Let Go Means?

To let go does not mean to stop caring, it means I can't do it for someone else.

To let go is not to cut myself off, it's the realization I can't control another.

To let go is not to enable, but allow learning from natural consequences.

To let go is to admit powerlessness, which means the outcome is not in my hands.

To let go is not to try to change or blame another, it's to make the most of myself.

To let go is not to care for, but to care about.

To let go is not to fix, but to be supportive.

To let go is not to judge, but to allow another to be a human being.

To let go is not to be in the middle arranging all the outcomes, but to allow others to affect their destinies.

To let go is not to be protective, it's to permit another to face reality.

To let go is not to deny, but to accept.

To let go is not to nag, scold or argue, but instead to search out my own shortcomings and correct them.

To let go is not to adjust everything to my desires, but to take each day as it comes and cherish myself in it.

To let go is not to criticize or regulate anybody, but to try to become what I dream I can be.

To let go is not to regret the past, but to grow and live for the future.

To let go is to fear less and love more
Remember: The time to love is short

Somewhere... Somehow... Someday...

Not all love stories end with "and they live happily ever after."

Why do we have to feel pain? Why do we have to suffer? Why do we have to shed tears when somebody bids and say goodbye? Why do beginnings have an end? Why do we have to bump into each other then afterwards lose in the end? Why? Why? And why?

There are really questions that is left unanswered, stories left untold, letters left unopened and unread, poems left undone, feelings left unexpressed, and of course the famous promises left unfulfilled.

They say that in a relationship, one of the most hard thing to do is to say goodbye and letting go. It is as hard like breaking a diamond for the reason that you'll never know when will you be able to pick all the pieces again. It is a fact that the people who were left behind suffers most and those who left them suffers less or not at all. But then again we have to accept the fact and cherish the memories of the love that's meant to be, the love that was.

We may find ourselves alone, embarrassed, and feel the excruciating pain. But the question to answer is, do we have to dwell on that? Let's be aware that, unfair as it may seem, thats the way love goes and thats how cruel life sometimes. That is part of the bittersweet drama of falling in love and risk taking. Everything will eventually come to its end without us knowing how, without us knowing when, without us even knowing why. But we have to remember that in this world nothing is constant but change. Painful as it is, for our own good, we have to forget even if it's not because we want to but because we have to.

In the process of letting go, they say that sorrows come not as a single spy but attacks in battalion. Yes it's true, because when you think that you are ready to face the said process, weird things happen. It seems that everywhere you go, whatever you do, every turn of your head, every beat of your heart, song you hear, move of your body, blink of your eye and even every breath you take always reminds you of that person. It's more than like a stab of a knife, torment that is. And you know what seemed to be funny about the situation? Just imagine, there are billion people on earth and yet it seems you feel
lonely and empty without the other. It's like the whole world is uninhabited when in fact only one person is missing.

I don't have a concrete idea if the said process of letting go is deserving to be called an “art.” But what I know is that letting go requires a skill or not a developed talent to endure considering space and time. It

has been a cliché that time heals all wounds, but in takes a little motivation on our part if we really want to be healed out of the experience. To accept the truth is vital and so much more important to believe on.

Sometimes we have to suffer if it would mean happiness for others and cry to temporarily let go of the pains. The system of love is really weird and unfathomable. Undeniably, sometimes we have to separate ways because of certain circumstances that is highly beyond our control. But we should also understand that like every beginning has its end so as with every dawn has its dusk. It's something we can't control, and something we have to accept and live up with.

But life has to go on. Goodbye doesn't always mean forever. There will always be a place and time where questions will be answered, words will be spoken, letters will be read, poems will be recited in the night, songs will be sung in harmony, love will be expressed in solitude and promises will be fulfilled.

Somewhere. Somehow. Someday...


Francis Durango Magalona
October 4, 1964 - March 6, 2009


Tuesday, March 3, 2009

How Do We Define Beauty?

I don't think so... wahehehehe

kaw? What do you think? Wanna say something? :))