The Fairest June Bride
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"Remember why you are building your success. It's not for greed or dollars. It's an expression of care for the people you love."
"Ask people for help. And do it with your head held high. They will feel good to help you - and you'll build your success at the same time."
"Fight for causes that are bigger than you are. If you serve others as unswervingly as Piers did this season, you will enjoy personal success too."
When Mr. Trump created Celebrity Apprentice, he decided that the all the prize money would go to charities. Tito's charity supported children, Stephen's supported breast cancer - and the list goes on and on. It was an entertaining season - but the fact that it helped so many people made it stand head and shoulders higher than most any other program on the airwaves.
- Can name a number of objects common to his surroundings
- Is able to use at least two prepositions, usually chosen from the following: in, on, under
- Combines words into a short sentence-largely noun-verb combinations (mean) length of sentences is given as 1.2 words
- Approximately 2/3 of what child says should be intelligible
- Vocabulary of approximately 150-300 words
- Rhythm and fluency often poor
- Volume and pitch of voice not yet well-controlled
- Can use two pronouns correctly: I, me, you, although me and I are often confused
- My and mine are beginning to emerge
- Responds to such commands as "show me your eyes (nose, mouth, hair)"
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* I take a bath with hot water.
* I rather have a good sleep than go eating.
* I still drink milk, yakult and eats yoghurt and cereal.
* My first mobile phone was Nokia 3210.
* I like 90's music.
* When I'm stressed I usually go to the grocery/mall even though I'm not really buying.
* Most of the people I meet thinks that I'm a snob, but I'm not.
* I like cooking than cleaning the house.
* I spend frugally.
* I have more than two pillows in bed.
* Sherrlyn Borkgren
* Mr. Wilson
"To those leaders around the globe who seek to sow conflict, or blame their society's ills on the West: Know that your people will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy. To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist."
"As for our common defense, we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals. Our Founding Fathers, faced with perils we can scarcely imagine, drafted a charter to assure the rule of law and the rights of man, a charter expanded by the blood of generations. Those ideals still light the world, and we will not give them up for expedience's sake. And so to all other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest capitals to the small village where my father was born: Know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity, and that we are ready to lead once more."
"We will not apologize for our way of life, nor will we waver in its defense, and for those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you now that our spirit is stronger and cannot be broken; you cannot outlast us, and we will defeat you."
As Theodore C. Sorenen, a John F. Kennedy speech writer and alter ego said, “Obama is the most eloquent presidential candidate since JFK, and I would think we would hear the most eloquent speech since JFK’s 48 years ago”
1. Learn to Compromise
In every decision the two must agree or at least compromise. They should know how to bargain on certain issues and matters affecting their relationship.
2. Know your Role
Know your role by this you’ll know what is your obligations and responsibilities to other side be it your lifetime partner, a fiancé or a friend. Each and everyone of us has it's role to play and we are expected to play that role. And I quote William Shakepeare"All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances;
And one man in his time plays many parts,..."
3. Have an Open Communication
Give reasons why you behave that why. Express yourself freely and with no pretensions. If you want to point something talked it out. Who cares if it will take you hours to explain your thought. Also know how to listen with your heart and mind so for whatever you have discussed or agreed upon it will remain in your heart and will solemnly keep the promise you made for each other.
4. Be Honest
In every undertaking be honest on what you feel. It will make a difference if you will say what you truly feel. Do not hesitate to say whatever it is, just be yourself no matter what. If the other end will be hurt by that its fine at least it will be temporary and you have said your piece with respect and all honesty.
5. Respect Each Other
This should be exercise in any relationship, giving a sense of worth to the person. Allow your partner or whoever he/she is to be who he/she is. Don’t restrict him/her to do things that he/she wants but of course both of you should know your limitations.
1. Hong Kong - 90.0
2. Singapore - 87.1
3. Australia - 82.6
4. Ireland - 82.2
5. New Zealand - 82.0
6. United States 80.7
7. Canada - 80.5
8. Denmark - 80.0
9. Switzerland - 79.4
10.United Kingdom - 79.0
- Business Freedom
- Trade Freedom
- Fiscal Freedom
- Government Size
- Monetary Freedom
- Investment Freedom
- Financial Freedom
- Property Rights
- Freedom from Corruption
- Labor Freedom
Son asked his father, 'Dad, will you take part in a marathon with me?. The father who, despite having a heart condition, says 'Yes'. They went on to complete the marathon together. Father and son went on to join other marathons, the father always saying 'Yes' to his son's request of going through the race together.
One day, the son asked his father, 'Dad, let's join the Ironman together.' To which, his father said 'Yes' too. For those who don't know, Ironman is the toughest triathlon ever. The race encompasses three endurance events of a 2.4 mile (3.86 kilometer) ocean swim, followed by a 112 mile (180.2 kilometer) bike ride, and ending with a 26.2 mile (42.195 kilometer) marathon along the coast of the Big Island .
Father and son went on to complete the race together.
The regular holidays are:
• April 9 (Maundy Thursday),
• April 10 (Good Friday),
• April 6 (Monday, nearest April 9, Araw ng Kagitingan),
• May 1 (Labor Day, Friday),
• June 12 (Independence Day, Friday),
• August 31 (National Heroes' Day, Monday),
• November 30 (Bonifacio Day, Monday),
• Christmas Day (December 25, Friday), and
• December 30 (Rizal Day, Wednesday).
The special non-working holidays are:
• August 21 (Ninoy Aquino Day, Friday),
• November 1 (All Saint's Day, Sunday),
• November 2 (Monday),
• December 24 (Thursday), and
• December 31 (Thursday).
Synopsis: Inspired by a true story, 21 mixes Las Vegas casino wheeling and dealing with college-kid angst: think OCEAN'S ELEVEN via THE PAPER CHASE. Kevin Spacey is crafty MIT professor Micky Rosa, who trains brainiac students to count cards and then flies them out to Vegas to raid the blackjack tables between classes. At first they rake in a bundle, but then catch the unwanted attention of tough-guy security chief, Cole Williams (Laurence Fishburne) who wants to prove himself before he's replaced by face recognition software. Super math genius Ben Campbell (Jim Sturgess) originally joins the ring in order to come up with the $300,000 he needs for tuition money, but he's also gaga over the ring's resident babe, Jill (Kate Bosworth). When he finds out Professor Rosa hasn't been dealing entirely from a straight deck, Ben's high-end shopping spree dreams turn sour (though card counting is not illegal) and the battle of wits is on, no second chances given. Spacey is in his preternaturally calm, morally compromised element, stealing scenes left and right; Fishburne brings the hangdog depth; and everything bubbles over the 24-karat rocks, courtesy of director Robert Luketic (LEGALLY BLONDE). 21 is based on the bestseller BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE by Ben Mezrich.
Synopsis taken from: http://www.rottentomatoes.com
Trying to unravel the secrets of her world, she is doomed.
Exasperated with her thoughts, she tries to scuttle.
Perplexed with the antecedents of life, she just walked away.
Exhausted to uncover the answers of her life, she wanted to vanish.
Anguish in the world, she decides to be free.
…Free from detestation
…Free from twinge
…Free from agony
But she can’t escape from the mundane life
She can’t just abscond from it
She’s trapped and can’t escape
…And then suddenly she uttered “life is unfair”