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The Secret Behind Attraction
The secret behind the attraction
All our lives, we’re been told not to judge a book by the cover. We’ve been told that people shouldn’t be judged until we know them well enough.
These words may be told to you by the wisest and the greyest, but that still can’t stop you from going ahead and judging people by their faces.
And it’s not just you. Even the ones who told you not to do the judging can’t help but judge people at first glance.
So what do we call them? Hypocrites? Or perhaps, we should just blame our genes.
The first glance
How many times have you met someone and felt a sudden rush of emotions, good or bad? There may have been times when you felt uncomfortable hanging around someone new, and you couldn’t wait to get out of the room.
So you've finally met a guy who seems worthy of your time. He is everything you've been looking for and more: handsome, successful, smart, and funny. There's just one thing; he's a little bit older than you...make that, a lot older. More so than you're willing to reveal to your parents--let's just put it that way.
As if the world of dating didn't already have enough nuances and complications, differences in age between you and your significant other can be a common source of complication. Whether you are currently dating someone or considering dating someone who differs greatly in age from yourself, read on to see what you can expect from a relationship with this kind of age gap involved.
Social Minang Organization
Genealogically speaking, the matrilineal Minangkabau social organization consisted of four levels : The kaum, paruik, payuang, and suku. Kaum is the smallest genelogical unit who traditionally occupied one rumah gadang (a big house with horn-shaped roofs) . In the old days, although the central figure of the ingerited communal house was the oldest woman, the head of the house was usually a male, the mamak ( uncle) who was sometimes alho called tungganai.
A group of a maximum of four kaum forms a paruik ( womb). A bigger group is called payuang ( umbrella ) , and the biggest one is the suku (clan). The suku was traditionally an exogamous group. One of the major functions of these genealogical units was to secure the orderly transfer of the sacrosanct inherited land. Another function, of course, was to take care of the ranji, the genealogical register. After all, it is the register that should be used to determine one’s right to the pangulu ship.
According to Encarta Dictionary, Morality is the accepted moral standards. It is a standard of conduct that is generally accepted as right or proper. It is the rightness or the wrongness of something as judged by accepted moral standards. While Deviance, It is different or unacceptable behavior. It is the behavior that is sharply different from customary, traditional, or generally accepted standard.
Some church people and laymen always talk about the lack of morality. More appropriately social morality/responsibility as it applies to our perennial, national political-economic crises. For 480 years and counting, most of us Filipinos have been taught or inherited the Catholic Christian (or any Christian variety) religion. For some reason, there obviously is something wrong in the inherited teaching or method of teaching. Since we supposed Filipino Christians have become superficial, truly nominal or "split-level" Christians (Fr. Jaime Bulatao, SJ 1960s).
The Coconut Worm lives inside coconut tree.It's a pupa of some kind of insect.
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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.