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#41 Barenaked-NoMre

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Posted 26 May 2005 - 06:52 PM

Hi,

Passing by and found your room. Congrats. Hope you will have a lot of fun in here.

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Thanks! ;-)

Meet you when you're in tow, k?

CUM back when you're free ... ;-P


this room is surreal.... but nice!

ei musta beautiful and friendly neighbor... finally you have your room to flaunt and be proud of na rin!

daan lang me... takin a breather from a toxic work schedule.

just be cool and call always! ciao!

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Finally! ;-)

Yep ... I know how that is! Grrr!

hi gud evening congrats on your new room :)

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Thanks ... ;-)

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 06:10 AM


Congratulations on your new home!!! :cool:

Maybe we can meet up some time.

I remember kc u told me ur near where i live.

enway, hope to hear from you soon.

pm me na lang if you have the time. tnx!!!

have a nice day!!! :thumbsupsmiley:


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Posted 27 May 2005 - 07:30 AM

Thanks ... well, am no longer renewing here.

Will sign with the new headhunter tomorrow.  ;-)

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oic... well Good luck later.. I am sure you would do well..

well.. I am sure that there is a valid reason...

in the mean time.. take care and enjoy life alright ;)


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Posted 27 May 2005 - 08:01 AM


Congratulations on your new home!!! :cool:

Maybe we can meet up some time.

I remember kc u told me ur near where i live.

enway, hope to hear from you soon.

pm me na lang if you have the time. tnx!!!

have a nice day!!! :thumbsupsmiley:

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in time ... we'll see

thanks for CUM-ing to my room! ;-P


oic... well Good luck later.. I am sure you would do well..

well.. I am sure that there is a valid reason...

in the mean time.. take care and enjoy life alright ;)

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Thanks. I am ... surviving! ;-)

Have a good weekend!

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 08:09 AM

Thanks.  I am ... surviving! ;-)

Have a good weekend!

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glad to know that you're surviving.. btw.. I heard sm is looking for accountants.. if you're interested...

have a great weekend... and good luck with your studies.. see you real soon.. :) :*


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Posted 27 May 2005 - 08:23 AM

hi...good morning...

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 09:28 AM

Dont judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.
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Posted 27 May 2005 - 09:43 AM

hi...good morning...

mr.flip :upside:

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Hi! ;-)

How's sutff at your end?

Me ... just going w/ the flow ... leaving here anyway by end of the month!

Yipee! ;-)

Aye ... at LONG last ... I can breath!

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 04:12 PM

Thanks ...

CUM back anytime!  ;-P

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im back :boo:

gandang hapon po :)

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:09 PM

Just dropping by to say hi.

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:10 PM

hi gud afternoon :)

have a great weekend :)

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:13 PM

A pleasant afternoon to you :D

Congratulations on your new room! :)

Hope you're not too stressed out anymore... but if you still are, hope you'll take me up on my offer.

Keep Rockin' & Rollin' girl B)

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:50 PM

im back  :boo:

gandang hapon po  :)

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Hi there ... kinda WET! ;-P

Just dropping by to say hi.

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Hello there! Thanks for the visit.


hi gud afternoon :)

have a great weekend :)

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It's gonna be busy as usual ... got my last class tomorrow. Still at work doing my case study for it. ;-) Usung company resources. ;-P

A pleasant afternoon to you :D

Congratulations on your new room! :)

Hope you're not too stressed out anymore... but if you still are, hope you'll take me up on my offer.

Keep Rockin' & Rollin' girl B)

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Well ... PRETTY stressed. It's really the nature of the job and the people you speak with over the phone. The people here arent NICE at all. Grrr!

Am glad I'm leaving! Only got 2 days to endure next week.

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:55 PM

I SO love this!


Woman is the creator of the universe,
the universe is her form;
woman is the foundation of the world,
she is the true form of the body.
Whatever form she takes,
whether of a man or of a woman, is the superior form.
- for the Shakti Sangama Tantra


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Posted 27 May 2005 - 05:55 PM

1 on 1s a hehehe

what are your plans for the weekend?

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 07:27 PM

gud pm!!! :D

where are you goin?

hope you will be back soon...

di pa tayo nagkikita e.

dont you worry, il kip on CUM-ing!!! :evil:

take care!!! :P

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Posted 27 May 2005 - 08:11 PM

hey sis dearie! :)

huggs :* ...miss you!..nice room...so whats the lates FR?...


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Posted 28 May 2005 - 01:55 PM

I got a PM from you a looong time ago. Still wondering if you're still using the same e-mail. Looking forward to getting to know you more.

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Posted 28 May 2005 - 02:39 PM

Finally, you have a room! Congrratulations! :D

You are very courteous with your visitors...hopefully, in person also! :D

Will be cumming back for more... :)

Till then... ;)

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Posted 30 May 2005 - 03:01 PM

A rather LOOONG read ... but worth it, if you're thinking things over. ;-)

The Seasons of Life by Jim Rohn

"It is the promise of spring that as we sow, so shall we also reap.
Faith further provides to us an irrevocable law decreed in heaven which
assures that for every disciplined human effort we will receive a
multiple reward. For each cup planted, a bushel reaped, for every good idea
given to another, many shall be given to us in return. For every
demonstrated act of faith, a multiplicity of the rewards; and for every act of
love given, a life of love in return." -- Jim Rohn
As I travel around the country and world lecturing, one of the most
frequently asked questions is what do I expect to happen over the next
6-12 months and/or even years? Well, I'm no expert, but I can share with
you my thoughts. Whether it is preparing for the next few months or the
next several years, I still believe there are overriding principals
that we should follow and be led by. So I'd like to devote today's message
to my view of the period of history we're in now and how it relates to
words I wrote over 20 years ago in my book, "The Seasons Of Life".
Forgive me in advance if I sound a bit philosophical, but as you know by
now, I do believe your philosophy is critical to your life's success.

Life is about constant, predictable patterns of change. For the six
thousand years of recorded history, as humans have entered this world,
received parental instruction, classroom instruction, and gathered the
experience of life; many have set for themselves ambitious goals, and
dreamed lofty dreams. As the wheel of life continues its constant turning,
all human emotions appear, disappear, and appear once again.

A major challenge faced by us all is that we must learn to experience
the changing of life's cycles without being changed by them; to make a
constant and conscious effort to improve ourselves in the face of
changing circumstances.

That is why I believe in the power and value of attitude. As I read,
ponder and speculate about people, their deeds and their destiny, I
become more deeply convinced that it is our natural destiny to grow, to
succeed, to prosper, and to find happiness while we are here.

By our attitude, we decide to read, or not to read. By our attitude, we
decide to try or give up. By our attitude, we blame ourselves for our
failure, or we blame others. Our attitude determines whether we tell the
truth or lie, act or procrastinate, advance or recede, and by our own
attitude we and we alone actually decide whether to succeed or fail.

How incredibly unique that a God who would create the complex and
immense universe would create the human race and give to those humans the
free choice that would permit them to select their own achievement or
their own destruction.

This strange, but all-knowing God gave to us a delicately balanced
sphere called earth. On it, he placed the intelligent human who would
either develop it or destroy it. How terribly fascinating that a God would
leave both projects - earth as well as humans - unfinished! Across the
rivers and streams he built no bridges; he left the pictures unpainted,
the songs unsung, the books unwritten, and space unexplored. For the
accomplishment of those things, God created the unfinished human who,
within his heart and mind, had the capacity to do all these things and
more, depending upon his own choice.

Attitude determines choice, and choice determines results. All that we
are and all that we can become has indeed been left unto us. For as
long as you continue to draw breath, you have the chance to complete the
work in and for the earth and for yourself that God has begun for you.
In the cycles and seasons of life, attitude is everything!

So let's begin our discussion of the four seasons. I'll start by making
two comments. First, life and business are like the changing seasons.
That's one of the best ways to illustrate life: it's like the seasons
that change. Second, you cannot change the seasons, but you can change
yourself.

Now with those two key phrases in mind, let's look at what I consider
to be the first major lesson in life to learn, and that is how to handle
the winters. They come regularly, right after autumn. Some are long,
some are short, some are difficult, some are easy, but they always come
right after autumn. That is never going to change.

There are all kinds of winters - the "winter" when you can't figure it
out, the "winter" when everything seems to go haywire. There are
economic winters, social winters and personal winters.

Wintertime can bring disappointment, and disappointment is common to
all of us. So you must learn how to handle the winters. You must learn
how to handle difficulty; it always comes after opportunity. You must
learn to handle recessions; they come right after expansions. That isn't
going to change.

The big question is what do you do about winters? You can't get rid of
January simply by tearing it off the calendar. But here is what you can
do: you can get stronger; you can get wiser; and you can get better.
Remember that trio of words: stronger, wiser, better. The winters won't
change, but you can.

Before I understood this, I used to wish it were summer when it was
winter. When things were difficult, I used to wish they were easy. I
didn't know any better. Then Mr. Shoaff gave me the answer from a part of
his very unique philosophy when he said, "Don't wish it were easier, wish
you were better. Don't wish for fewer problems, wish for more skills.
Don't wish for less challenge, wish for more wisdom."

Next is spring. Fortunately, following the turbulence of winter comes
the season of activity and opportunity called springtime. It is the
season for entering the fertile fields of life with seed, knowledge,
commitment, and a determined effort.

However, the mere arrival of spring is no sign that things are going to
look good in the fall. You must do something with the spring. In fact,
everyone has to get good at one of two things: planting in the spring
or begging in the fall. Take advantage of the day and the opportunities
that spring can bring.

It is the promise of spring that as we sow, so shall we also reap.
Faith further provides to us an irrevocable law decreed in heaven which
assures that for every disciplined human effort we will receive a multiple
reward. For each cup planted, a bushel reaped, for every good idea
given to another, many shall be given to us in return. For every
demonstrated act of faith, a multiplicity of the rewards; and for every act of
love given, a life of love in return.

Just remember it is a natural characteristic of springtime to present
itself ever so briefly, or to lull us into inactivity with its bounteous
beauty. Do not pause too long to soak in the aroma of the blossoming
flowers, lest you awaken to find springtime gone with your seed still in
your sack.

With the intelligence, wisdom, and freedom of choice given to us as
humans exercise the discipline to plant in spite of the rocks, weeds, or
other obstacles before us. The rocks, weeds, and thorns of the world
cannot destroy all your seeds if you plant massively enough and
intelligently enough. My suggestion is to choose action, not rest. Choose truth,
not fantasy. Choose a smile, not a frown. Choose love, not animosity.
Choose the good in life in all things, and choose the opportunity as
well as the chance to work when springtime smiles on your life.

Spring shows us that life is truly a constant beginning, a constant
opportunity, a constant springtime. We need only to learn to look once
again at life as we did as children, letting fascination and curiosity
give us welcome cause to look for the miraculous hidden among the common.

Get busy quickly on your springs, your opportunities. There are just a
handful of springs that have been handed to each of us. Life is brief,
even at its longest. Whatever you are going to do with your life, get
at it. Don't just let the seasons pass by.

The third major lesson in life to learn; how to nourish and protect
your crops all summer. Sure enough, as soon as you've planted, the busy
bugs and noxious weeds are out to take things over. Here is the next bit
of truth: they will take it, unless you prevent it.

There are two key phrases to consider with the third major lesson. The
first is "all good will be attacked." Don't press me for a reason. I
was not in on some of the early decisions, so I don't know why. I just
know that it's true. Let reality be your best beginning. Every garden
will be invaded.

The second phrase is "all values must be defended." Social values,
political values, friendship values, business values - all must be
defended. Every garden must be tended all summer. If you don't develop this
skill, you'll never wind up with anything of value.

But for those who make diligent efforts to plant, protect, and preserve
there are not enough birds, bugs, or other obstacles to destroy all the
efforts of last spring.

Now, the fourth and season is fall, the time of harvesting the fruits
of our springtime labor. Fall also presents us with our fourth major
lesson to learn in life, and that is to learn how to reap in the fall
without apology if you have done well and without complaint if you have
not.

For nothing is more exciting than a bounteous crop, and nothing more
dreadful than a barren field in the fall. We must remember that in all
areas of the human existence, what we put into this world, we get back
from it. It is nature's way of evening the score. So regardless of the
results, take full responsibility for your crop. One of the highest forms
of human maturity is accepting full responsibility for our lives.

Which brings me back to the beginning of our discussion. We must
remember that life is constantly recycling itself. Much of life is about the
balancing of two opposites; like the positive and negative charge on a
battery. Life's balancing of opposites totally surrounds our lives;
man/woman, day/night, good/evil, life/death, water/land, summer/winter,
recession/expansion, joy/sorrow, etc.

Yes, I believe we will have major changes, but I also believe we will
continue to have just one winter, spring, summer and fall each year.
Much of our success will lie in our ability and philosophy to plant in the
springtime of opportunity. To weed and cultivate in the testing time of
summer, to harvest without apology and/or complaint in the season of
fall and to get stronger, wiser, better in the transition and learning
times of winter.

Remember it is not what happens to you that determines your future; it
is what you do about it.





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