Goodbye BLOGOSPHERE!

3 10 2008

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It’s almost a year since I started this blog. This article is written to formally inform everyone that I am closing my blog… yes… sad to say but I will need to close my blog now… I will no longer use this blog or update the blog… This blog will still be available for you guys… I will just leave it as is… It’s hard to say goodbye but I think it’s time to move on…?

This past few months, I’ve been very busy with so many things. (specially my job). I wasn’t able to post anything, I wasn’t able to update, I wasn’t able to read other blogs and most of all I didn’t have time for myself… Now, I’m letting go of my precious blog… I can’t say I won’t use it ever again… I don’t know… I can’t tell… hopefully… But for now, I need to go.

Goodbye… BLOGOSPHERE…

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Phantom of the Opera.

23 06 2008

I can’t help myself to post this video… I think this is fabolous. I loved the music that they play… Very astonishing…..

I am particularly impressed with the choice of Emmy Rossum as “Christine.” She is an extraordinary singing talent whose career will, I am certain, match the heights that her wonderful soprano voice can reach! I was surprised to find that she was only sixteen years of age when she filmed this movie. She is an example of true talent in an age in which electronic enhancements are regularly practiced in popular music. This movie is one of those few movies that I have seen multiple times! The imagery, the costume design, the musical score, and the acting – stupendous! I loved the chemistry between the cast members, you couldn’t have asked for a better cast. My favorite though has to be Emmy Rossum! She’s like an angel and she’s like trying to make me sleep…

Watch this two videos that I liked the most: “Think of me” and “Music of the Night”;

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The New 7 Wonders of Nature

2 06 2008

The top 77 candidates of the New 7 Wonders of Nature Nominees


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1.

Ha Long Bay

VIET NAM – Asia

2.

Cox’s Bazar, Beach

BANGLADESH – Asia

3.

Tubbataha Reef

PHILIPPINES – Asia

4.

Chocolate Hills

PHILIPPINES – Asia

5.

Ganges, River

BANGLADESH/ INDIA – Asia

6.

Mount Everest, Mountain

NEPAL – Asia

7.

Amazon River, River/Forest

BOLIVIA/ BRAZIL/ COLOMBIA/ ECUADOR/ PERU/ VENEZUELA – South America

8.

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

PHILIPPINES – Asia

9.

Mount Fuji, Mountain

JAPAN – Asia

10.

Mayon Volcano

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Always be my Baby!

9 05 2008

Well, all I can say was “WOW!”

Amazing David Cook… He definitely knows how to cook music… Great rendition for “Always be my baby”. Watch this…

We were as one, babe
For a moment in time
And it seemed everlasting
That you would always be mine
Now you want to be free
So Ill let you fly
cause I know in my heart, babe
Our love will never die
No

Youll always be a part of me
Im part of you indefinitely
Boy, dont you know you cant escape me
Ooh darling, cause youll always be my baby
And well linger on
Time cant erase a feeling this strong
No way youre never gonna shake me
Ooh darling, cause youll always be my baby
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Complete list of Academy Award nominees and winners

26 02 2008

Best Picture
“Atonement”
“Juno”
“Michael Clayton”
** “No Country for Old Men” WINNER
“There Will Be Blood”

Actor
George Clooney, “Michael Clayton”
** Daniel Day-Lewis, “There Will Be Blood” WINNER
Johnny Depp, “Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
Tommy Lee Jones, “In the Valley of Elah”
Viggo Mortensen, “Eastern Promises”

Actress
Cate Blanchett, “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”
Julie Christie, “Away From Her”
** Marion Cotillard, “La Vie en Rose” WINNER
Laura Linney, “The Savages”
Ellen Page, “Juno”

Director
Julian Schnabel, “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”
Jason Reitman, “Juno”
Tony Gilroy, “Michael Clayton”
** Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, “No Country for Old Men” WINNER
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Your Most Attractive YOU.

7 02 2008

at-trac-tive adj. 1. providing pleasure or delight, esp. in appearance or manner; pleasing; charming; alluring. 2. arousing interest or engaging one’s thought, consideration 3. having the quality of attracting

Let’s be honest. Everybody wants to be considered attractive – especially when you’re on the market and trying to find that special someone. On some level, every single person equates attractiveness with more options, better opportunities and, ultimately, greater dating success.

But what’s really at the heart of attractiveness? Is it objective or subjective? Is it just physical? Are there ways to enhance your attractiveness, or are you stuck with what you’ve got? Read on for our take on how to attract the right person into your life by focusing on becoming your most attractive self.

The Beauty Trap We know, we know. Our culture tends to equate attractiveness first and foremost with physical appearance. We are inundated with messages that being attractive means fitting into a cookie-cutter mold of physical beauty. These expectations are unrealistic, frustrating and demoralizing. They make us feel bad about ourselves and send others negative messages about ourselves, which is not attractive. It’s a vicious cycle. We know. That’s why this isn’t another article extolling the virtues of a new haircut or an updated wardrobe (even though we can appreciate a good makeover article as much as anyone). We want to start shifting the conversation and challenge you to look at your attractiveness quotient in a more holistic, more productive way.

In the end, yes, physical appearance is undeniably part of the total attractiveness equation. But it is not the entire picture. Your manner, your outlook, the way you engage people can be just as important as what you look like. Need proof? Think about that average-looking person you know who always seems to captivate members of the opposite sex with a sparkling, winning way. Or think about the physically stunning people you’ve met who turn hideously unattractive once you glimpse a negative disposition or unfriendly attitude.

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Loving Yourself.

8 01 2008

“In order to love someone else, you first have to love yourself.”

This is an important truth, but what does loving yourself really mean? Well, remember that the word “love” is a verb. So just as your actions show your love for someone else, it’s important to actively do things to love yourself.

Make a List of Things you Like About Yourself

Sometimes we focus so much on what we’d like to change about ourselves that we actually forget there’s a lot to like as well. So take a few minutes and remind yourself of the positives you can be proud of. Think of physical attributes, mental or emotional strengths, successes you’ve experienced, the way you support your friends, or anything else. Make your list as long as possible, and then keep adding to it.

Ask Others to add to your List

Go to the people you trust—a friend, a romantic partner, a therapist, a family member—and ask them what they’d list as your most positive characteristics. You may be surprised to find out that people see a lot more of your strengths than you realize.

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