Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Identity -- You

Ain't it grand ... we're all different and all alike ... and as we move through our lives we have magnificent changes ... we are what we are ... and we change when we change ... and just maybe our networks of peeps help guide our progress.

The following is for those that have been dNeero-ites for a while ... we hope that your answers will make your social networks a little bit more active.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Season's Greetings!

May God in His infinite abundance, take care all our materials needs, touch our life with joy and contentment, bless our heart with love and faith and comfort our soul with inner peace. Grant us and our family good health now and always!

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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

So, What Do You Think of Payday Loans?

We're in a global financial crisis, which has the potential to cause personal financial crisis for you. We're all searching for those alternatives that will allow us to continue without dire actions. Maybe a payday loan could be one of those alternatives.

Credit Unions are CREDIT-able

Right for the times? "A credit union is a cooperative financial institution that is owned and controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at reasonable rates, and providing other financial services to its members." (Wikipedia)

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Practice in pause

When in doubt, pause;
When angry, pause;
When tired, pause;
When stressed, pause;
And when you pause, P R A Y!

Monday, December 15, 2008

Evening qoutes!

Anyone who has ever really lived knows that there is no life without growth When we stop growing it means we stop living. But there is no growth without challenge in our life. And there is no challenge without change. Life is a series of changes and create challenges and if we are going to make it, we have to grow! Good Evening to everyone!

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SpitzTunes - Cheer & Fear

This is the third in our SpitzTunes series ... holidays are upon us, and so is the global financial crisis ... let's get to more cheer, and less fear!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Poinsettia Flower

Red poinsettia flower remains an endearing symbol of Christmas. The most delightful decorations during Christmas. Every year I enjoy the beauty of poinsettia. Poinsettia originally from Mexico. Poinsettia became the traditional Christmas flower and since I was in my younger days I loved to put them in front of our door. Red colors symbolizes "love" in which poinsettia have and the petals was perfectly in shape.

Monday, December 1, 2008

About You ... dNeero-ites

This convo is specifically about you ... remember when you joined dNeero we presented you with the "Get it going with dNeero" convo ... users asked many wonderful questions, so the following convo is an extension of that convo that includes many of the user questions ... and to qualify for this convo, you must have already joined 15 others ... keep asking those great user questions that challenge your fellow dNeero-ites to exclaim "I hadn't thought about that!"

Engage With Grace

In Alexandra Drane's words, we need to "start talking. Engage With Grace: The One Slide Project was designed with one simple goal: to help get the conversation about end of life experience started. The idea is simple: Create a tool to help get people talking. One Slide, with just five questions on it. Five questions designed to help get us talking with each other, with our loved ones, about our preferences."

SpitzTunes Without a Cause

Spitz speaks ... start ove, satisfy, ideas, rebellion, smokin' guitars ... who the heck knew that Red Hot Chill Peppers are a bunch of light bulbs!?

Friday, November 28, 2008

I love pizza!

It's been along time that I was not able to eat pizza. One day I try to visit my long time friend if she's around, well and good because she's there at home busy preparing for the big events I am very fortunate because it was her grand daughter's birthday and pizza was one of the food they are preparing. She's a very good cook, I learned a lot from her about baking some pastries and I'm very proud of her because despite of her achievements in life she still remains what she is. She's very smart woman and very courageous. I knew her since we are in our college days. And I know how difficult to think about her life experiences. And now I can see how successful she is. She has now 12 outlets of her business in pizza. She calls me "pizza girl" before and she was surprise that until now I still adore pizza. I really love pizza!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Rob Pattinson ... Bite Me ... Please!

When it comes to "Twilight," the question isn't whether the teen vampire movie is any good, but whether the hero, Edward Cullen, is as magical as we want him to be. Edward is brooding and sensitive ... and thanks to Pattinson's furrowed eyebrows, crooked smiles and carefully crafted hairstyles, he delivers just the Edward we've been waiting for.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

From dNeero-ites about Christmas

We're a few weeks away from that yearly celebration. Guess we could all use that right now.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Have a wonderful dreams!

embrace a pillow of happy thoughts to create wonderful dreams, a blanket of care to keep you warm all night and a prayer to protect you till the dawn comes. Good night!

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

On The Chris Matthews Show, November 16th Chris Matthews leads with: "`It's not my job.' We've got a financial Katrina on our hands. Recession and layoffs are pouring through the floodgates, and nobody's in charge. Bush looks retired, Barack Obama's not president. So who's protecting us?
"Mandate for change? When Reagan and Bush won, they charged ahead with a conservative vision. Will Obama do what Reagan and Bush did, do it big and bold no matter how tough the times? The Democrats are in the driver's seat. Shouldn't they drive?"
The panelists:
-- Michele Norris hosts "All Things Considered" on National Public Radio.
-- Howard Fineman is senior Washington correspondent for Newsweek.
-- Erin Burnett anchors"Squawk on the Street" and "Street Signs" on CNBC.
-- Michael Duffy's assistant managing editor of Time magazine.

happy Wednesday!

Part of the reason why we hold on to something so tight for so long is because we fear that something so great won't happen twice. But don't be afraid to take chances even if it might get you hurt. Just be strong and take it because you might miss that single chance that would change your life and make you really happy!

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Sports Clothing - Where? When?

A more sporty, casual approach to clothing is permeating our lives ... remember when athletic shoes, were for, well, athletics? ... did you ever wear Chick Taylor's outside of the gym ... then came the sports shoe craze ... is high-performance fitness/sports clothing going to follow? Seems to be making some in roads.

A Yo-Yo Holiday

Christmas/Holiday music cuts across all genres ... is it the go to music when you exercise, clean the house, shop, surf the Web, travel ...?

Yes, we did!

The U.S. Presidential Election is over ... he did it ... Barack Obama won! What did editorials across the world say, imply, question, disparage, hope, ...?

Friday, November 7, 2008

Zoo - You're animals!

In addition to their status as tourist attractions and recreational facilities, modern zoos may engage in captive breeding programs, conservation study, and educational outreach.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Movies Stuff

Movies touch a cord in most of us ... drama, comedy, suspense, romance, sports, documentary ... you name it ... the following questions just keep the conversation going!

Monday, November 3, 2008

Goddbye "Maam Velasco"

Things in life move with trusts and turn it happens suddenly and we come to realized that everything happens has a valid reasons and only God knows for that reasons. We only lived one life and that soon it will past. Maam Velasco passed away last Wednesday and at the age of 78 she was still very active in our church activities. She was our choir conductress. Every time we talk she always tell me that she ask God that if she die, she wants God to let her sleep and God granted her wish. She live her life to the fullest. She is good example and a blessing for us as a Christian believer. Serving our Lord Jesus has no retirement. Just like her, she's serving our living God until her last breath. Goodbye "Maam" you are always be remembered and the memories that you shared with us will always be treasured!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Tell Me Something I Don't Know - Sunday, October 26th

On the on The Chris Matthews Show, October 26th Chris Matthews leads with: "A different country. America changes. It did in 1932 with the coming of New Deal and in 1980 with the Reagan era. Will the election of 2008 bring an American epoch of Obama? Frustrated by a fitful war. Shaken by a financial free fall. Is the country turning to something truly new?"
The panelists:
-- Anne Kornblut is covering the campaigns for The Washington Post.
-- Clarence Page is a columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
-- Andrea Mitchell covers the race for NBC News.
-- John Heilemann covers politics for New York Magazine, which has his latest story on the cover this week.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Credit Unions are CREDIT-able

Right for the times? "A credit union is a cooperative financial institution that is owned and controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at reasonable rates, and providing other financial services to its members." (Wikipedia)

Friday, October 24, 2008


The United Nation Children Funds (UNICEF) of World Health Organization (WHO) from China is calling to the public that breastfeeding should be given full attention in order to protect children from tainted milk products. The two international health groups said that no other milk is safe and secured for children but only come from the mother especially this china milk scare now a days. Global health authorities agree that breastfeeding is unquestionably better for infant feeding from any infant formula. No infant formula contains the perfect combination of proteins, carbohydrates and fats to enhance infant growth and brain development as breast milk does. No infant formula contains antibodies to protect infants against infection as breast milk does. No infant formula is as safe to administer as breast milk is.

Tell Me Something I Don't Know (Sun, Oct 19, 2008)

On the on The Chris Matthews Show, October 19th topics were: Can McCain rescue his campaign as the economy sinks? Who benefits as McCain and Obama question each other's character?

The panelists:
-- Mark Whitaker, NBC News, Washington Bureau Chief
-- Katty Kay, BBC Washington Correspondent
-- Kathleen Parker, Washington Post, Writers Group Columnist
-- Andrew Sullivan, The Atlantic Senior Editor.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Start a good day!

a smile in the morning is one way to start a good day, so smile as you start the day, God will always guide and fulfill our works and task for today!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Tell Me Something I Don't Know

October 12th, on The Chris Matthews Show, Chris asks his roundtable to "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" ... this weeks roundtable: Gloria Borger of CNN Howard Fineman of Newsweek Cynthia Tucker of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution David Ignatius of The Washington Post

Sunday, October 12, 2008


God won't ask how many people loved and admired you, but He would ask how many people you cared for....though you should know. Quality life doesn't mean having wealth, power or super intelligence. It is a matter of how much kindness and love you give to others and the joy you get out of it!

Fall 2008 TV: dNeero-ites want to know

Many, many good questions from dNeero-ites about TV shows and viewing habits ... '24', House, genre, time, hi-def ... we'll do more in future convos.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

FAITH is to believe what you do not see; the reward for this FAITH is to see what you believe. Have FAITH and GOD bless.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Monday, September 29, 2008

Save the Lives of Malnourished Children

.Hunger and malnutrition kills thousands of lives all over the world. Just like food arises many people were suffering into hunger. I have a great sympathy to those people who are suffering hunger and malnutrition.
It is good that there is Medical Corps, which has ability to save the lives of malnourished children around the world. The have been nominated to be one of the top 25 in American Express Members Project. The project is entitled “Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children.”
Let us open our hearts and share our blessings to the children around the world. And let’s help to save the lives of malnourished children

International Medical Corps Matched With Top 25 American Express Members Project, “Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children”


International Medical Corps has been matched to one of the Top 25 in American Express’ Members Projects, ‘Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children.’

Chosen out of 1,190 projects, “Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children” is now eligible to receive up to $1.5 million in funding. The project with the most votes receives $1.5 million, 2nd receives $500,000, 3rd $300,000, and 4th and 5th $100,000. The funding – made possible by your votes – would bring a vital lifeline to hungry and malnourished children around the world.

We need your help between now and September 29th. Voting is easy and doesn’t cost a thing! In just a click, you can save the lives of thousands of malnourished children. Click here to vote:

For severely malnourished children, we offer a step-by-step treatment program that gives them what they need to recover, including nutrient-dense food supplements like the peanut-based product, Plumpy'Nut. Our comprehensive monitoring system saves more than 90 percent of children being treated in our feeding centers. Being one of the Top 5 would mean our nutrition could reach more children around the world who need our help.


Hunger and malnutrition kill more people in the world than HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. As food prices rise, this funding is even more critical. More people are being driven deeper into poverty trying to afford basic staples. Many have nothing to eat at all. Your vote makes it possible for fewer young lives to be lost because they do not have enough to eat.

Getting the word out to your friends and family makes a huge difference! Forward this link to a friend and you bring us that much closer to the $1.5 million to help malnourished children around the world!

About International Medical Corps

nternational Medical Corps (IMC) is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.

Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, IMC is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide.

By offering training and health care to local populations and medical assistance to people at highest risk, and with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations, IMC rehabilitates devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.

Help International Medical Corps

Double your impact. Donate today. Your gift is matched before October 31st.

International Medical Corps has received a pledge of $100,000 in matching funds to provide vital health care to millions of children and families suffering in the global food crisis and other emergencies around the world. Every donation made before October 31st will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $100,000. That means that we can double every dollar you provide, multiplying your gift and reaching more children and families who so desperately need our help.

Did you know that hunger and malnutrition kill more people than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined? As food prices soar, billions of people around the world are more vulnerable to malnutrition and severe food insecurity. Malnutrition often puts children at risk for malaria, diarrhea and respiratory infections – creating a vicious cycle. We see the impact of this emergency at our feeding sites and clinics everyday. By making a donation, you provide a lifeline
for children and families who desperately need our help.

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U.S. Presidential Politics ... OMG!

McCain and Obama clashed over taxes, war and the economy in the first of three debates. The financial crisis shifted the initial focus from foreign to domestic issues.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Sweet dreams!

there will always be dreams grander or humbler than your own, but there will never be a dream exactly like your own, for you are unique and more wondrous than you know, Have a nice sleep!

Run for the Impressions!

Windy Alternative

One of the fastest growing segments of the power sector, wind generation capacity is expected to more than double between 2006 and 2011 worldwide

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Your Eyes, Your Mind ... Primetime TV - Fall 2008

Settle in, fire it up, enjoy ... Primetime TV (8 -10PM) ... do you watch shows during that time, do you record some and watch others, do you record 'em? it's Primetime because advertisers not only want our eyeballs, but they want our minds ... our minds are there for them to imprint their messages upon ... our minds guide our purchases ... do you feel used, or is it OK for them to pay us by giving us the TV show?

Friday, September 19, 2008

I pray that happiness be at your door. May it knock early and leave the gift of excellent health, peace of mind and good fortune!


Tuesday, September 16, 2008

It's TV Time 2008!

Leno's leaving Tonight, Idol is adding a fourth judge, and there are a bunch of new shows.

Monday, September 15, 2008

True friendship!

Friendship isn't based on how many secrets you share, isn't how well you get along nor how much you like each other, isn't how people see you together. But it appreciates the differences, the gaps, the hindrances, the trials, and still, a friend looks at you, straight from the heart, without hatred, without judgement, without envy, without criticisms, but only pure acceptance and respect!

How to keep someone?

Try to be perfect but don't be. Be considerate but don't tolerate. Be good but not persistent, and just love never ask.
You should never look for someone to complete you. A relationship consists of two whole individuals. Look for someone complimentary, not supplementary!
And if you really love someone, you wouldn't have the heart to hurt that person no matter what it takes. You will always find a way to make her/him happy, because that is what constitutes love among people. You are overjoyed when you see her/him happy. That is true love. Seeing happiness in her/his eyes is enough to prove what love is!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Top Five Music

The Top Five shows us the most poular music ... so, what is popular music?
From Wikipedia.com: "Popular music is music belonging to any of a number of musical styles that are accessible to the general public and are disseminated by one or more of the mass media."

Saturday, September 13, 2008

close the night with a thankful heart, let all your tiredness be washed out, think for a moment and praise GOD for everything HE has done to us!

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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Talk it up!

We wave our arms, we inflect our tone, we reach out, we open our eyes, we lean in ... we do a lot of things to get our message across ... and then when we send a text message we abbreviate -- "OMG PAW KYFC" ... does our real message, our real intent, really get across to our online friends?

They, (whomever 'They' are) say that a picture speaks a thousand words ... hmmmm, maybe if we could combine text and pics, our messages would be more complete ... and a lot more fun.

Is that what a movie producer does, takes a text message and adds pics? How often have you read a book, then seen a movie and come out of the movie saying "that's exactly what the author meant" ... or "not exactly" ... the written word is powerful in the hands of powerful writers, but even that is left open to our interpretation.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

dNeero-ites want to know!

Questions in this convo come from the User Questions asked in our last five convos. Our peeps continue to amaze us with their insight into the core of dNeero conversations ... keep it going!!

Saturday, September 6, 2008

If your hearts gets broken, it is not a sin to cry, it is not a crime to mourn, but it is not right to ruin your own life. Because in love, you should know when to move on if there's no reason to hold on.

Friday, September 5, 2008

What about dNeero?

Now that you've taken at least fifteen Social Surveys from dNeero, we'd like to ask you about your dNeero experience, and your suggestions for dNeero's future.

Happy talkie, talkie ... Visual Talking

"What the heck are you saying?" Ever heard that before? Maybe Visual Talking can help. It's like the Twitter of PowerPoint presentations. Combine words and pictures to communicate -- it's that simple.

In your user question please consider asking something about a current event and how/if VT would apply, e.g., "Should the Olympic athletes use VT to help communicate?" or "Now that Britney has her bod back, should we send her VT messages to get her to quit smoking?" or "Should Homeland security include VT as part of their interagency communications package?"

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

2008 Movies

Good year? Bad year? Who really cares ... we just want some entertainment ... to get out of the home, have the lights go down, see the upcoming trailers, be told to turn off our cells, and then settle in to having the big screen take over for a couple of hours.

Monday, September 1, 2008

The law of nature

The law of the seed:
Most seeds never grow. For 1 apple tree to bear 500 apples, you need 10 seeds. In life, this principle might mean you'll need to attend 20 interviews to get 1 job, and talk to 50 people to sell 1 house, meet 1000 acquaintances to have 1 special person. If we really want to make things happen, we usually need to try more than once. That's the law of nature!

Sunday, August 31, 2008

No Sweat

Today?s miracle sweat-wicking micro-fibers hide a dirty little secret that serious athletes know about. They?re great at wicking away moisture. But they embed perspiration residue deep into the fabric. The result: musty, stubborn sweat odors that linger no matter how hard you try to get them out.

McCain runs with Palin *

Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska, was named by John McCain to run as the Republican's Vice Presidential candidate ... it is conservatives who think they have seized the political advantage.

Friday, August 29, 2008

GOD set a place for you in HIS HEART not in this world. Because the world is temporary, but on GOD"S HEART you are saved and blessed forever!

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

GOD didn't give us mind to doubt, to fear, to grieve, HE gave us the power to believe, to hope, to love, for HE wants us to see life the way HE made it...... Goodnight!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Eat healthier, not cheaper

By just about any measure, global food prices rose significantly over the past two years. It's not your imagination. Eating right is costly. In fact, you may pay more than $30 more per day on food if you make healthy choices.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Obama runs with Biden *

Barack Obama named Delaware Sen. Joe Biden as his vice presidential running mate, balancing his ticket with a seasoned congressional veteran well-versed in foreign policy and defense issues.


Happiness is a very subjective factor in one's life. Being happy doesn't depend on achieving what you want, but rather making the best out of what is given. Life isn't fair and it never was. The only thing that can make you't happy completely is contentment. Be contented with what we have now, but be sure that to aim high and never stop believing that we can do better everytime. Then again, if all else fails, don't forget that an ordinary you are, has an extraordinary God to back you up.

Saturday, August 23, 2008


Friendship has no vows, no rituals, it only needs people who are willing enough to care and make friendship a lifetime promise. I hope we will. And whatever circumstances behind, God has a purpose. At times, what we consider a trials is simply the hand of God rearranging our lives to be more fruitful. God bless to everyone!

Friday, August 22, 2008

Yellow Orchid for Ninoy Aquino

Orchid breeder Rolita Spowart presented the orchid, Dendrobium Ninoy Aquino, to Atienza inside the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Nature Center as the country marked Aquino’s 25th death anniversary.
The orchid will serve as a constant reminder for all of us that a brave statesman has chosen to give his life for unity and democracy in our land. Like its petals that last longer than other cut flowers, may the bloom of the Ninoy Aquino Orchid also remind us of the hero’s undying love for his country and fellowmen,” noted Atienza, who hopes that the naming of the new species of orchid after the former senator would further perpetuate the heroism and martyrdom of Aquino.

Phelps is a Tiger

Olympic legend Michael Phelps will appear on boxes of the Kellogg's Frosted Flakes and Corn Flakes ... what happened to Wheaties and going to Disneyland?

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Do you buy or pay for ...?

Let's see what popular applications, devices, services, etc. you use.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Flower of Love

Roses are the most popular flowers world-wide, both because of their beauty and exceptional fragrances.Further, they are the flowers most sought after for gifting. Popularly rose is known as the flower of love. But indeed various varieties and colors of roses carry different meanings when they are gifted.The rose transcends a specific meaning to a given culture and a given time. The rose has been prized for thousands of years throughout a wide range of cultures.The Rose has come to symbolize many different things. We can search for its meanings through mythology, religion, art and literature.The rose, which is undoubtedly the most popular flower in the world, speaks of love and has been the choice of lovers in every centuryIndeed, there is no room for Valentines Day without a Rose.
No other gift replaces a red rose on the valentines day. It is the perfect way to say "I love You".

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Smokeless Tobacco and Oral Health

Smokeless tobacco products such as chew or snuff are not safe alternatives to smoking. The oral health problems that result are plentiful and include bad breath, tooth discoloration and decay, recession, disease of the gums, diminished sense of taste/smell, and white patches and red sores that can lead to oral cancer.
Smokeless tobacco contains nicotine that is very addictive. After using tobacco for a short period of time, you will need another dip every 20 to 30 minutes to keep the buzz from ending. You may become dizzy and shaky when trying to quit.
Nicotine in tobacco can cause your heart to beat faster and is also linked to hypertension.
Tobacco juices can damage your gums, expose the roots of your teeth, lead to sensitive teeth or tooth loss, or cause worn surfaces on tooth enamel. If tobacco juice is swallowed, it can produce stomach ulcers.
Pain is rarely an early symptom. For this reason all tobacco users need regular dental check-ups.

Friday, August 15, 2008

May the angels sprinkle stardust on your pillow to give you dreams so sweet and may God bless you and make them real.

To my son!

New Job graphics

Hope you're going to enjoy your new job.Whatever busy you are, always give time for God. He was the one who give this blessings to you, be good son and keep a good work always!

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Our friendship!

Friends & Friendship
Friendship is like the relation between the hand and eyes. When the hand get hurt, the eye cries and when the eye cries, the hands wipe it tears.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Cancer of the uterus

Cancer of the uterus begins in the lining of the uterus (endometrium) and is more precisely termed endometrial cancer (carcinoma). It is the most common gynecologic cancer and the fourth most common cancer among women. This cancer usually develops after menopause, most often in women aged 50 to 60.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

Abnormal bleeding from the vagina is the most common early symptom. Abnormal bleeding includes bleeding after menopause or between menstrual periods and periods that are irregular, heavy, or longer than normal. One of three women with vaginal bleeding after menopause has endometrial cancer. Women who have vaginal bleeding after menopause should see a doctor promptly. A watery, blood-tinged discharge may also occur. Postmenopausal women may have a vaginal discharge for several weeks or months, followed by vaginal bleeding.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

What's Happening - August?

We each get bombarded with over 5,000 marketing messages each day ... to which do we pay attention? Our interest in major events and news determines where marketers go to place their messages.

Morning greetings

Saturday, August 9, 2008

A dream for you!

If i could choose a dream for you, it would be the kind of dream you deserve. A dream that someday, you'll find that special person who will make your life complete.

Food for a good night's sleep

Bananas. They’re practically a sleeping pill in a peel. In addition to a bit of soothing melatonin and serotonin, bananas contain magnesium, a muscle relaxant.

Chamomile tea. The reason chamomile is such a staple of bedtime tea blends is its mild sedating effect - it’s the perfect natural antidote for restless minds/bodies.

Warm milk. It’s not a myth. Milk has some tryptophan - an amino acid that has a sedative - like effect - and calcium, which helps the brain use tryptophan. Plus there’s the psychological throw-back to infancy, when a warm bottle meant "relax, everything’s fine."

Honey. Drizzle a little in your warm milk or herb tea. Lots of sugar is stimulating, but a little glucose tells your brain to turn off orexin, a recently discovered neurotransmitter that’s linked to alertness.

Potatoes. A small baked spud won’t overwhelm your GI tract, and it clears away acids that cansh of maple syrup is cozy - plus if you’ve got the munchies, it’s filling too.

Almonds. A handful of these heart-healthy nuts can be snooze-inducing, as they contain both tryptophan and a nice dose of muscle-relaxing magnesium.

Flaxseeds. When life goes awry and feeling down is keeping you up, try sprinkling 2 tablespoons of these healthy little seeds on your bedtime oatmeal. They’re rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a natural mood lifter.

Whole-wheat bread. A slice of toast with your tea and honey will release insulin, which helps tryptophan get to your brain, where it’s converted to serotonin and quietly murmurs "time to sleep."

Turkey. It’s the most famous source of tryptophan, credited with all those Thanksgiving naps. But that’s actually modern folklore. Tryptophan works when your stomach’s basically empty, not overstuffed, and when there are some carbs around, not tons of protein. But put a lean slice or two on some whole-wheat bread mid-evening, and you’ve got one of the best sleep inducers in your kitchen.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Our best friend!

Did you know that Jesus wants to be our Best Friend?

We praise Jesus, worship Him, and serve Him, But friendship is what Jesus wants most of all.

What makes someone a good friend?

A friend is someone who accepts you just the way you are, believes in you and encourages you. Someone who is trustworthy, who never forsakes you, who forgives your mistakes, who enjoys being with you, and who makes you laugh.

Jesus wants to be this way with us. He is not a far away God. He wants us to spend time with Him. He wants to be your very best friend, and He wants you to be His!

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Celiac Disease ... Did you know?

A lifelong autoimmune intestinal disorder, found in individuals who are genetically susceptible.

Post it!

Forgiveness is one of the many horrible side effects of loving someone.

It was never what i wanted to buy that held my heart's hope. It was what i was what i wanted to be.

Don't complain about growing old, many. many people do not have that privilege.

Progress is the activity of today and the assurance of tomorrow.

Expect people to be better than they are; it helps them to become better. But don't be disappointed then they are not; it helps them to keep trying.

Live your life as though there is great joy to be experienced.....an abundance of goodness in each person you come in contact with, and the knowledge that you have enough inner wisdom to answer the mysteries that challenge you.

Ghost around us!

Are they really ghosts around us?. Can we communicate with them? Do they talk to the children? I believe that we all probably encounter ghosts everyday in our homes, at our workplaces, and as we go about our daily activities. We have different interpretation about ghosts, many believes that they really exist.
I encounter ghosts so many times, but as a Christian believer I just rebuke them and read some verses in the Bible in Psalm 23. They are not actually a people ghost, they are a fallen angels that God throw them here in the earth. Read the whole chapter of Revelation, every details is there why they called fallen angels.
They are real! they do exist and they do communicate with children, play with them, interact with them in a consistent basis.
But if you are in the side of God nothing is going to afraid of!

Monday, August 4, 2008

HammeRuler ... Redesign almost ready!

The previous conversation asked for your help with the HammeRuler commercial ... well, there's a tie, so we need you to break it.

The HammeRuler is convenient. Our research shows that when you're hammering you are more likely to next use a ruler than any other tool. But so what? Well, that's the metric we've found ... it's called Short Measure Acceleration or SMA for short ... SMA says that you can complete your job faster, and get back to the music, the sports, the cooking you enjoy!

Breast Cancer

Christina Applegate has been diagnosed with an early form of breast cancer her rep confirmed Saturday. "Benefitting from early detection through a doctor ordered MRI, the cancer is not life threatening," the Emmy nominated Samantha Who? star's rep said in a statement. "Christina is following the recommended treatment of her doctors and will have a full recovery." Applegate's mother is a breast cancer survivor.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Lord's Day

life is hard but HE provides, life is unpredictable but HE guides, life is unfair but HE cares, life is always a challenge but HE watches over us!

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Saturday, August 2, 2008

Encouragement poem


In This Life,

You'll have days of bright and blue
with good friends and laughter....enough to see you through.

In This Life,

There will be misery and doubt
things you scratch your head at....and just can't figure out.

In This Life,

You'll have dreams that reach the sky
and passion to move you.... until the day you die.

In This Life,

There will be days of pain and loss
and times when your only comfort is The Man upon The Cross.

In This Life,

You'll imagine what could be
and think the world is yours for all eternity.

In This Life,

There are trials you must face
and days when the world leaves you lost without a trace.

In This Life,

We are called to help the poor
to leave the cushy comfort that rests behind our door.

In This Life,

You’ll be astounded at how quickly years go by
and look back at memories that often make you cry.

In This Life,

You'll taste both victory and defeat
and make mistakes that wisdom won't allow you to repeat.

In This Life,

You'll find answers to the questions you hold dear
and live for Him who'll take away your worries and your fear.

Happy Saturday Morning!

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I wake up very early because my lumbago is disturbing me again, i can't anymore back to sleep. I tried to imagine so many things just to keep my mind busy so that i can back to sleep, but still my eyes is widely open. After one hour of keeping moving one to another direction in my bed, i get up, put the light on. So i'm here now greeting to everyone a pleasant Saturday Morning!!

Friday, August 1, 2008

Makeup for teenagers

Teenagers should have natural look and just use light application of makeup only as to their skin is still young and is naturally beautiful. Soft and subtle are the two keywords that teenager should keep in mind while doing makeup. The colors that work best for them are the one that is closest to their natural skin tone or you can add just a little bit of color in your face such as shades of pink, coral, natural brown and gray.
If you have warm skin undertone, use sheer application of peach blush but if you have a cool skin undertone, use a soft pink shade. Blend it well using cotton ball. Use a natural shade of lip color or just a sheer gloss for a soft look.

Enough food for kids!

Some parents were preparing too much for their kids before going to school. Besides school supplies they are preparing foods for them. Here are some tips to give them right nutrition when preparing "baon" for them. In packed lunch, it should be three or four kinds of foods to give them right energy in the whole day. This includes rice, fried chicken, buttered or boiled vegetable and fruits. Also prepared an easy-to-pack and carry food like fried fish, chicken, or pork, pork adobo, meat omelet's, and also fruits as their side dish.
Different filing of sandwiches like tuna, cheese, egg or chicken sandwich. If possible buy a whole grain bread and low fat mayonaise or dressing. You can add vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoe, cucumber, for additional fiber. In drinks you can prepare them juice or milk than soft drinks. Soft drinks is no advisable for kids, and be sure that they have the right nutrition that they are eating everyday.

Citizenship Marketplace

This is a follow up to the "Citizenship For Sale?" conversation. In the first conversation, many folks were concerned about the morality of selling their own citizenship ... that concern is right on target and it was pleasant to see our dNeeroites question that possibility. However, Nobel Laureate Gary Becker's proposal has to do with the U.S. government selling the right to legal immigration. Can such a proposal work in the U.S. ... could it work for other countries? Can the law of supply and demand work to solve immigration problems?

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

life itself is a challenge that we ought to face, you lose some, you win some, that if you never give up you will discover that sacrifices have the greatest rewards. Have a blesssed evening beyond GRACE!Have a blessed evening

Monday, July 28, 2008

The most common germs in your kitchen

No matter how often you scrub, spray, wipe ans clean your kitchen, counters, cabinets, and refrigerator, germs are always present. The presence of such germs can lead to illnesses such as colds, flu, and more severe infections and food poisoning. It is shown that kitchen sinks, dishtowels, and cutting boards, contain the most germs. Even toilet seats found to contain fewer germs than kitchen! Can you imagine that!
The best way to turn your kitchen into germ-free zone is by avoiding contamination in the first place, because dishrags, towels, and sponges can trap germs and allow them to breed, clean them by using detergent soap and hot water.
Instead of wiping your hands on a cloth towel,m use paper towels that can send germs straight away to the trash. Using paper towels for cleaning kitchen surfaces is also. ideal. Cutting boards are one of the parts of a kitchen that contain the most germs. To avoid contamination, if you're cooking different types of meats and vegetables, it is best to use cutting board just for meat and another just for vegetables.
Pouring bleach down the kittchen sinks helps eliminates germs. Use also disinfectant spray in addition to warm water and soap.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

dNeero's Money is Hot ... or Not

This is a follow up to the "dNeero pays, and ..." conversation. In the first convo we discovered that several of you are affected by money being involved in these conversations. What we now would like to learn is what that effect is. Frankly, if it's anything that results in truthful responses, we're OK with it ... well, we think we're OK with it ... let's see. ------- If you have previously joined this conversation, please do so again -- we had a technical glitch ... sorry about that.

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In God's eyes LOVE is always present. In God's heart FORGIVENESS is always there. In God's embrace NO ONE is ever alone. Happy Tuesday!

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Good morning God..........A Morning Prayer

Good morning God,

  • I come to you again today in the name of Jesus.
  • I choose to worship you in spirit and in truth … so help me God.
  • I choose to glorify you God in everything I am and do today … so help me God.
  • I choose to love you with all my heart, soul, mind and strength … so help me God.
  • I choose to love your Word … so help me God.
  • I choose to be available for you today to use as you will … so help me God.
  • I choose to be as Jesus today to every life I touch … so help me God.
  • I choose to always have a thankful heart and an attitude of gratitude … so help me God.
  • I choose to walk on the path of truth always in all ways … so help me God.
  • I choose to keep growing in “faith and love and every grace and seek more earnestly your face” … so help me God.
  • I choose to become the man of God you want me to be … so help me God.
  • I choose to become more and more in every way like you Jesus … so help me God.
  • I choose to be a living witness for you Jesus … so help me God.
  • I choose to give you my heart to love and serve you … so help me God.
  • I choose to fulfill my God-given life purpose … so help me God.
  • I choose to be a man of honesty and character … so help me God.
  • I choose to trust in you God in every circumstance … so help me God.
  • I choose to be a part of your plans and what you are doing in the world today … so help me God.
  • “Here’s my heart, LORD, take and seal it, seal it for your courts above” … so help me God.

Thank you for hearing and answering my prayer. Gratefully in Jesus' name, amen.

How Great And Wonderful You Are!

Thank you, LORD, for another day.

Thank you for the sun and the deep blue sky.
Thank you for the cool Autumn air.
Thank you for eggs and bacon,
and toast with cinnamon.

Help me to remember
that all good things come from you,
And help me always to be thankful.

Dear Lord,
Help me to be good today.
Forgive me for the times I did what I wanted to do,
instead of what you wanted me to do.

Today is a new day,
and I can start brand new
because you have forgiven me.

Help me to be a blessing today.
Use me to bring happiness to those you love.

Dear Lord, your love
is better than anything else in the world.
And you love me.
Help me always to remember that.

Thank you, LORD!

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Night whisper

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Have you ever felt the pain of wanting things to be the same? the harder the two of you hold on, the faster it dies. Beneath the smile and laughter, bitter pain is disguised, the roaring waves of the crashing sea. With our hands interwined i hold on to you and you on to me, but no matter how hard we try, our hands begin to slip, the sea carries one to land the other to ship. The tears pf a love lost drifts with the sea. With the painful realization that sometimes no matter how hard you try, it's just not meant to be.

Exercise for pregnant women

Don't you know that exercise is the big help for pregnant women? According to health experts there's a big benefits in doing regular exercise to pregnant women. It gives sense of control and self confidence, and opportunity to meet other people especially you are in the pregnancy exercise class. This is also a good way of meeting other friend in the same way pregnant women. It relieves typical aches,m help to control excess weight gain and help you relax and sleep better.
Not only you do and your baby reap benefits throughout your pregnancy, you also increase your chances having an easier labor and delivery.

Sunday, July 13, 2008


During 1980's millions of children died in Africa because of malnutrition. There's a suffering chaos in that place. But here in Philippines, it is impossible to believe that there are two children died because of malnutrition. Philippines is an abundant place for everything. No one is going to suffer malnutrition if only Filipino will strive hard to earn a living. No one to blame the two children died of malnutrition but their parents, they are irresponsible and we can see that they don't care of their children's lives. Even lack of food, but it is not the reason especially you lived in the province.Many sustainable ways of producing foods, like permaculutre,biointesive and organic farming.
Industrious person is not going to suffer hunger, but sad to say mostly Filipinos were sluggard, setting all day, waiting for nothing!