Monday, January 30, 2006

Photo archive by google.

The painting is called "The Garden of Love" beautiful! isn't it?

By Damian 1-28-2006

How lucky I am to have a romantic, sweet and loving Damian in my LIFE... I can't wait to see YOU my hon!!!

Thursday, January 26, 2006


Friday, January 20, 2006


I’ve been always looking the stars in the sky since when I was a little. Wondering how it appears and why stars have lights and glitters. To me it was very beautiful, it’s like a magic. Nobody from my family could give an appropriate answer to me if I ask them where the stars coming from. Mama said, they are God’s creation. And then, I smiled. Yes, I was na├»ve! How can I be to react such, Noh, ma, I don’t believe you since I only trust her on my age 6 at that time.
Also notice many people believe and wishing upon the stars, especially when a stars fall. To my innocent I believe the stars give me hope in all my dreams. At night, when I look up the sky and saw stars I silently speak my wish to them and sing a song of “Twinkle, twinkle, little star how I wonder what you are…” so on and so fort. To me, I believe God is so powerful to create such beautiful star, that’s how I consider myself as innocent before. Until now I believe how great God is as written in the bible God created heaven and earth. Many scientists do not agree with me I know… but I consider and respect their profound test on how a STAR evolves.

Here, read this article I found.


Stars begin their lives among the clouds of dust and gas that form a galaxy's Interstellar Medium. Gravity causes regions of this medium, which consists mainly of hydrogen, to collapse inward upon themselves. These regions of increasing density are known as protostars, and as gravity drives the collapse of the protostar material, the intense forces at its core begin to produce nuclear reactions. At this point, a true star is born.
Because the Interstellar Medium is composed mainly of hydrogen, so is a typical young star. The fusion reactions in its core, though, overcome the internal bonds of the hydrogen atoms, releasing enormous amounts of energy and forming the element helium. A star in this phase of its life, when it belongs to the 'main sequence', runs on hydrogen 'fuel', which it will eventually convert entirely into helium.
The lifetime of a main sequence star is heavily dependent on its mass. Our own Sun - a fairly typical main sequence star - has been burning hydrogen for about 5,000 million years, and will probably continue to do so for another 5,000 million. More massive stars, though, have much shorter lifespans, often measured in mere hundreds of millions of years.
As the star's hydrogen supplies run out, its form changes significantly. Its core, now composed almost entirely of helium, begins to collapse upon itself, releasing further energy. This is sufficient to power an expansion of the matter around the decaying core, and the outer layers of the star swell to many times their original size. Meanwhile, the collapsing helium core reaches a point where fusion can proceed once again, this time fusing atoms of helium to produce carbon and oxygen. In this new phase, the temperature of the outer layers of the swollen star has cooled to give it a red light, and the resulting star type is known as a red giant.
Just as the star's original hydrogen fuel was eventually exhausted, so the star's new supply of helium fuel will also eventually be exhausted too. The next developments in the star's life will depend on its mass. If it is sufficiently massive, it can once again 'recycle' its fuel into heavier and heavier elements, until eventually its core is composed of iron. But beyond this limit no further processing is possible: the core collapses completely to form a superdense neutron star, while the outer shells of material are blasted away in a catastrophic event known as a supernova.

Our Sun, though, has too little mass to pass through this process. Once its helium core is depleted, nuclear reactions will cease, and the core will shrink to roughly the size of the Earth. The result will be an inert and highly dense stellar remnant, known as a white dwarf. Meanwhile, the outer shells of the giant phase will drift away from the dead core, eventually forming a bubble or ring of matter known as a planetary nebula.
However a star dies, much of its matter is spread back into the Interstellar Medium, whether through the supernova explosion or the formation of a nebula, and in that medium the processes that formed the original protostar are always at work. The matter cast away by one dying star may eventually find itself taking part in the birth of another.

Look at this photos [what a beautiful STARS]...

Thursday, January 12, 2006


Perform by: Luis Armstrong

I see trees of green........ red roses too
I see ’em bloom..... for me and for you
And I think to myself.... what a wonderful world.

I see skies of blue..... clouds of white
Bright blessed days....dark sacred nights
And I think to myself .....what a wonderful world.

The colors of a pretty the sky
Are also on the faces.....of people ..going by
I see friends shaking hands.....sayin’.. how do you do
They’re really sayin’......i love you.

I hear babies cry...... I watch them grow
They’ll learn much more.....than I’ll never know
And I think to myself .....what a wonderful world

The colors of a pretty the sky
Are there on the faces.....of people ..going by
I see friends shaking hands.....sayin’.. how do you do
They’re really sayin’...*spoken*(I

I hear babies cry...... I watch them grow
*spoken*(you know their gonna learn
A whole lot more than I’ll never know)
And I think to myself .....what a wonderful world
Yes I think to myself .......what a wonderful world.

Sunday, January 08, 2006


Born Free
Performed by Matt Monro

Born free, as free as the wind blows
As free as the grass grows
Born free to follow your heart

Live free, and beauty surronds you
The world still astounds you
Each time you look at a star

*Stay free, where no walls divide you
You're free as a roaring tide
So there's no need to hide

Born free, and life is worth living
But only worth living
Cause you're born free

My Opinion:

In life, I have so much choice and free!! free to do good to others as much as they do good to me... though I feel relate to this music.

Friday, January 06, 2006

Allan Pineda known as was born and grows up in Angeles City, Philippines. He grows with out knowing her biological black American father. His mom married to a Filipino farmer and has children. Because how hard their life is Allan’s mother applying him in Amerisian organization to look him a sponsor for his schooling. Amerisian mean is half American half Filipino Asian, children has abandoned their biological parents, or father or mother.

So when Allan got American sponsored he finally continues to go in school. For so many years of support he achieve from his sponsor Allan decided to thank him and know him personally through letter. Indeed he got a chance to write him and receive reply from his sponsor; from then on they became friends and continually correspond to each other. Because of Allan honesty and sincerity and his achievements in school, his sponsor finally decided to visit Allan in the Philippines, so it happens. At age 14 Allan petitioned by his sponsor to live with him in U.S.A. He struggled to adjust the culture of his new found home with his sponsor. He goes to school with out friends at all. There was once incident when he saw some group of teenager of Fil-am and westerners they refuse to become his friends and be a part of their group and they discriminate him. He has no friends in school at all. So he goes home cried and lonely. One time a group of black teenager in the street outside their house doing break dancing, there he meets Will and become his best friends until now. He found Will as a rapper and good in break dancing and Will found Allan a good writer and has a potential of become a rapper so he taught Allan about what he learned. Until they create their group as BLACK EYED PEAS.

To me, I have so much respect and admire Allan Pineda or of being proud for who he is. Trying hard to speak on his native language and always put a Tagalog song on their album. Very down to earth and love his family over here. He never forgets to go home and be thankful to all the Filipino. I am so proud of you!


Group Members: Taboo,,, Fergie

BLACK EYED PEAS – labeled their music in positive messages and their break dancing style. The socially conscious group’s earliest connections go back to school, when and were part of Tribal Nation, a break dancing crew eventually the pair focused more on music- hip-hop. Will and Apl recruited another dancer/ Taboo, and reappeared as Black Eyed Peas. The group’s third album, 2003’S Elephunk, featured a new member (Fergie, who replaced Kim Hill) and became their biggest hit yet, storming the Top 40 with three singles ("Where Is the Love?," "Hey Mama," "Let's Get It Started"). Two years later, the quartet returned with a heavily crossover date, Monkey Business.

The Black Eyed Peas jump them to a level of success unparalleled by any other hip-hop group. The awards are quick to recite: 7.5 million albums sold worldwide, 4 Grammy nominations, 1 Grammy award, and an unforgettable performance on the 2005 broadcast.

Tuesday, January 03, 2006

My lonely moments in 2005
when Leah my best friend for so many years
migrate in U.S for some reasons.
Very hard for me since she is my best buddy.
Our everlasting laughter came to an end finally
on last August 2005.
she inspired me in so many ways
motivates to moved on.
Alas! I'm HAPPY for you Lei....

My most happy moments in 2005
when I met this guy two months after Leah left here.
He give's me hope and happiness
and assured how much we meant to be.
Tears run dry..
turn a smile.
Alas! I am more HAPPY now...