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Snail’s pace is better than standing there
Together. And that feeling called LOVE.
Love is a drug!
Did anyone coin this phrase? Can't say I know but what I do know is; it's true.
Have you ever woken up and just known? Known with absolute certainty, with your entire being, that the person you are with is so much a part of your existence you might as well be one? And the heart saddens just a little when they are not with you for a day or two? But it skips a beat and you get that tingle, yes still, in the pit of your stomach when you're apart but you are now speaking with each other on the phone? Even after all these years? Could you live without each other? ......you're not even going there. Ohh yes, my man can do this to me, give me these feelings, like no other imaginable. And I keep coming back for more, repeatedly. It's inexhaustible.
It's intoxicating, heady, powerful!....... this drug of love!
Feast of the Black Nazarene 2013 "Viva Señor Jesus
Nazareno!"The Feast of the Black Nazarene is one of the most attended annual religious gathering in the catholic church. Millions of devotees attended the procession this year, which started after the Holy Mass celebrated by Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park.
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Gubbaw: Igorots’ Traditon Of Naming A Child
Gubbaw is one kind of tradition that makes some of the Igorot people unique. When a child is born, they will wait until the umbilical cord is detached from the child as a sign the baby can be named or “Maigubbawan”.
The ritual is called gubbaw. This is the igorots’ traditional way of giving the child a name. It is like baptizing in Christianity. In the church a priest does the ceremony of baptism, while the igorot’s tradition, the elders do it.
The priest directs its prayer in heaven, the Igorots call to their God Kabunyan, and to the ghosts of the dead relatives of the family.