Just a simple thought of mine...

Life is always fair its up to you how to handle with it… Just never give up in times of trouble... Never ashamed or afraid to cry... it is just normal... it only shows that your alive... and always know what is happening... God will always be there for you... God wanted you to be happy and be strong all the time...

From the book that I read:

While we worry about how fast we grow, God is concerned about how strong we grow.

There is no growth without change, no change without fear or loss, and no loss without pain...

God develops the fruit of the spirit by allowing you to experience circumstances in which you're tempted to express the exact opposite quality!

Have a great day and always remember that God is always be there for you...

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Love, Faith and Hope

We always ask if there’s still hope left or if there still time. But we never realize that HOPE only leaves when we doubt it and TIME only runs out the moment we give up!

God balances our lives by giving us enough blessings to keep us happy, enough burdens to keep us humble and enough hardships to keep us strong!

Know why God blessed you another morning to wake up? Its to forget the pains of yesterday and see the chance the new day has brought, to dance and laugh again to make up for the wrong things you’ve done to see your friends… to love again… to make others feel happy and loved you see, its more.

God understands we are not strong all the time. He knows that sometimes all we can do is rest on His arms as He takes us thru the journey of life!

Archer the Peacemaker

Thursday, September 4, 2008


Life is so unfair? Isn't it?

Nope its not!

God is always give us trials(burdens) to make as strong and to feel that we're alive... Just never give up with the trials that would come in your way. Don't be ashamed if you cry! You are not weak! Tears is just simple sign of God's way of telling us that we do have problem and we must work out with that... Don't pretend... Never hate somebody or even yourself... coz hatred is showing that you are weak! Just be calm.. Know your faults and your problems and work out with that... God is needed you to be strong and stay alive and happy... Just never give up with the trials and never lose hope... God will never leave you… He is always be there all the time if you need Him… Stay happy all the time… and just be ready with the trials that would come in your way… Life is always fair its up to you how to handle with it…

Burdensome!? Thank God I'm alive!

Have a happy life!

Just move on and go on with your life... face the trials that will come in your way... just never give up! God will always guide and help you all the time... Never expect that life will always be happy and easy... sometimes it will cause you so much pain... Just never give up and know what is happening... Don't let your fears and hesitations block your way. Always remember that their is always a person that will never leave you... God will always be there... Just be happy and never lose hope... Go on with your life... and never erase the past that you have stepped on... Life is so crucial but it is always fair... God will never leave you and there is always a person that will always care for you... past is past but never erase those past in your mind 'coz those memories will tell you and guide you how will you continue and go on with your life...
Just never give up and always pray to God... and everything will be fine...
Have a happy life! Smile and say... THANK GOD I'M ALIVE!

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

How to Be Happy

Nobody is happy all the time, but some people are definitely more fulfilled than others, and it doesn't seem to have much to do with material goods or high achievement---things many people spend a lot of their time worrying about. So what do they have that you don't?


  1. Relax. Lighten up. Don't take yourself too seriously. Try not to over analyze things. Stress can cause many mental, physical, and spiritual problems in your life. One of the major causes of stress is worrying about things that are out of your control. Learn to recognize these things and if you can truly do nothing about them, then just let them go. Take time to laugh at yourself and the situations you find yourself in. Laughter is a powerful, positive medicine and the calmer and more peaceful you can take things, the happier your life will be. It wouldn't be life if some bad things don't happen.
  2. Take the good with the bad. No one is happy all the time. Everyone has something of sorrow intermingled with the gladness of life. The trick is to make the laughter outweigh the tears. We cannot change the past, but we can enjoy today, and look to the future. If we are prepared to take ownership for the past and accept that everything that's happened in our life, good and bad, has made us the person we are - the battle is half won.
  3. Be thankful. A key component of happiness is acceptance - learning to be grateful for what you have. A lot of people know it but don't keep it in their minds. Comparing your life with others' is dangerous. Accept the gifts you have and know that no one is better than or less than anyone else's. Keep a "gratitude journal". Every day, write down a few things that you are thankful for and then review what you have written in past entries. It's a great way to remind yourself to be thankful for what you have and to boost your mood.
  4. Be yourself. Much criticism is caused by people who are discontented with themselves, not with you. One way to get in touch with yourself is through journaling, diaries or (lately) blogs. Your goal may be to open up completely to yourself and learn to be your own best friend by being completely honest with yourself. What do you want out of life? What makes you truly happy? Who do you want to be?
  5. Pursue goals that make you happy. Strive for long term goals rather than short term satisfaction. It's very easy to gain short term satisfaction--a quick high, a fast relief from your current problems (such as drugs, alcohol, sex). But it is what it is, a "short term" satisfaction, and the effects die out very soon, leaving you with an empty feeling that is sometimes worse than before. Set long term goals, goals which take time, thought, and effort to achieve. This will make you continually work towards improving yourself bit by bit and will give you the satisfaction of bringing a permanent change in your life.
  6. Focus on the Objective. If the thoughts you are thinking are not giving you that 'good feeling', then think about something else that will make you feel good in that moment. Observe your thoughts and ideas consistently throughout the day (diary/journal if possible). Sometimes this may not be as easy as you think if you are stuck in a "destructive" train of thought and your brain chemicals are getting fired up and forming "anxiety or anger" thoughts. Anxiety, fear and anger patterns can be interrupted by focusing on something else. This will dissipate the rush of chemicals that are making you feel bad. Immediately then go back to picturing scenes/remembering things/imagining, planning stuff that makes you feel good.
  7. Develop healthy relationships.
    • Family. If you want a stronger relationship with your family, you're going to need to be honest with them. Tell your family about your life and don't insult them - it hurts them just as much as it hurts you to be insulted. If you are in an abusive family, you must find a way to stop the abuse and that may include separation.
    • Have a healthy relationship. If you're dating, get involved with activities that reflect who you are, and get to know people who like the things you do. Get involved with someone who loves life and pursues happiness the way you do. If you're in a relationship, strive to make that relationship healthy.
    • Choose your friends carefully. Nearly everyone needs someone who cares for them and treats them well. If you have friends who are treating you badly, or are not supportive of you and your goals to improve your life, then ditch them and find friends that do care about you. If you can't find any friends like that in your current circumstances, then look elsewhere. If you're feeling sad, there's nothing like going out with your friends to make you feel better. Surround yourself with friends who are beneficial, encouraging, and helpful. We all need this continuing, nurturing encouragement to make solid desired progress in life.
  8. Make someone else happy. When you're feeling powerless to create happiness in your life, do something to make someone else--anyone--happy, and you'll remember how easy it really can be. Isn't it true the happiest people we know are typically the ones who for some foolish reason are always ready to give you the clothes off their back? And frequently it is true that the most discontented people are the ones who are selfish, demanding, and inconsiderate of others. The happiest days of our lives, when we really dig down deep, is when we see the smile on the face of a person who we care about. Even helping a stranger can remind you of how much you really have, because of how much you can give. Serve at a rescue mission and you will learn the meaning of "I cried because I had no shoes and then I met a man who had no feet."


  • Try thinking of a creative vow and write it down. Make it something like: I vow to give at least one compliment to someone each day and I'll try to control my anger by counting in my head before reacting.


  • Happiness requires balance. Don't become so caught up in your own happiness that you forget about everyone else's. And don't base your own happiness on making others feel good; people-pleasers are usually very unhappy on the whole.
  • Even in the most terrible times, do not turn to alcohol, drugs, or anything else that is addictive, abusive to the health of you or others. Bad habits grow like weeds - they are easy to get, but hard to get rid of. Many addictive "solutions" can make your problems much worse.

Thursday, July 31, 2008



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  • Assignment 2A: Using the Spreadsheet to Gather Data (Scenario Summary)

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  • Assignment 2B: Documenting Your Recommendation in a Memorandum

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Hmmmp... would I consider myself as an IT Professional?

For me you are an IT professional only if you have an expertise in the field of IT. If you are able to create live programs or even created hardwares or any kind of IT related field that can solve the needs of the society specially in business. I will not consider yet myself as an IT professional. Although I'm a graduate of BSIT degree and working as an as an IT instructor in the academe, but this is not enough. This qualifications will not consider me as an IT professional yet. I don't have enough knowledge yet in creating live programs or creating computer hardwares. But everything can be learned, thats why I'm taking my masters degree in IT not just only for compliance in my work but I just want to learn new things in IT. For now I will not consider myself as an IT professional yet but maybe sooner I will. ;-p