its monday here again and feel so tired from lot of things. Physically and emotionally.
I had my results today from my General Check-up and all were turns out good unless for 2 things.
my cholesterol exceeds to its normal level as well my liver, however the doctor said about my condition is not critical and yet still correctable, meaning still cureable.
so he advise me to stop eating fatty and oily foods and use only vegetable oil in frying.
i guess its about time for me to stop eating those and start having a good healthy habit and exercise. exercise? one thing in my mind……. is to jog.
i believe jogging is a good form of exercise. why? because as you keep on runnning you feel that your heart beats so fast and as it beats fast, it pump out fresh blood from your heart. do it sounds nice right?
if i didnt take care of my cholesterol it might lead to heart attack due to fats that blocking the veins and arteries.
i dont have much to say about this topic. but what i know and feel. i did so much effort for making that person to be happy but all my efforts were not appreciated. its very easy for a person to say, “I APPRECIATE IT” but inside of it is nothing.
blaming all things to me is unfair which in fact it wasnt my duty to do those stuff. im so tired. and i really NEED SOME BREAK!
Hi, hello people! How are you?
Its been a long time since I update my blog.
I will be in BKK this August, so 3 months from now, with a friend(ladyboy). She will be have a “Breast Implant” Surgery in Pratunam.
She asked me if I could assist her after operation and she will paid everything; air ticket, food and accomodation. And I didnt think twice and I agree to her proposal.
I know Bangkok is in great crisis and Im looking forward that in August everything will be fine. I wish I would have money to buy hormones from there. Because Im planning to make it a business here in Philippines. Philippines has a lot of ladyboys using this hormones and yet good hormones usually cost too much and I believe hormones in Thailand is much cheaper.
Published: 26/05/2010 at 02:47 PM
Tourists can visit safely, political unrest in Thailand is now completely under control and order has been restored in Bangkok and other provinces, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports said in a statement issued on Wednesday.
The statement said the ministry attaches high importance to the safety and security of international tourists.
“Major tourism destinations in provinces across the country are still pristine, peaceful and safe. Various measures have been implemented to return normalcy to the country and to assure foreign visitors that Thailand remains a quality and value for money destination,” it said.
Free travel insurance for foreign tourists and the waiver of tourist visa fees had been extended to March 31 next year.
The government had also introduced insurance measures to protect foreigners visiting Thailand who suffer as a result of civil unrest or were prevented from leaving the country.
“Major tourist destinations, facilities and services are still regularly being accessed by both domestic and foreign tourists.
“Public utilities and mass transportation services are fully operative. Suvarnabhumi airport and other international airports remain in operation without any disruption,” the statement said.
BANGKOK (AFP) – Thailand’s capital whirred back into life on Monday after last week’s deadly unrest, as businesses and schools reopened and citizens returned to streets cleared of debris left by arson and looting.
Thoroughfares which for six weeks had been occupied by “Red Shirts” anti-government protesters, who established a fortified encampment in the top shopping district, were finally open to traffic.
Office workers returned to their jobs, children went to school and retailers rolled back shutters after the worst civil unrest in recent memory which since mid-March has left 88 dead and nearly 1,900 injured.
The Reds, who are campaigning for fresh elections to replace a government they condemn as illegitimate, disbanded last Wednesday in the face of a military offensive that forced their leaders to surrender.
Enraged militants within the movement went on a rampage of looting and arson that left 36 major buildings ablaze including the stock exchange and Thailand’s biggest mall, which now stands in ruins.
Downtown Bangkok was scrubbed clean over the weekend in a frenzied operation involving thousands of city workers wielding brooms and power houses, as well as enthusiastic volunteers including foreigners.
The embassies of Australia and Japan, located near the disbanded Reds encampment, reopened while the United States said it would resume full services at its mission on Tuesday.
“It’s very much back to normal, we’re trying to get things back together this week,” said Kim Clarke, press officer for the British embassy.
New economic data said the Thai economy grew at a breakneck pace of 12 percent in the first quarter, but that the deadly unrest would clip the full-year growth forecast by 1.5 percentage points.
“The Thai economy has repeatedly experienced crisis and managed to revive, but whether it can achieve that this time or not depends on our people,” Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva told reporters.
Thai share prices were 1.5 percent weaker in morning trade as trading resumed after the stock exchange was forced to close mid-way through Wednesday’s session when it came under attack from the arsonists.
Shares in Central Pattana plummeted 8.3 percent after its flagship mall Central World, which contributed nearly a quarter of the firm’s total income, was left in ruins and partly collapsed.
Dozens of people stood outside Central World Monday, solemnly snapping photos of the wreckage with cell phones and digital cameras.
“Almost every weekend my family and I came here to go shopping, see movies and eat some food. Now everything is gone, so I’m very sad,” said Mito Shiko, 50, a Japanese construction company owner who has lived in Bangkok two decades.
Sangchai Saetang, a 55-year-old food vendor, stood in his apron after taking a break from his roadside stall to see the damage at Central World, which five days after the fire is still being doused with hoses.
“It’s too much. Whoever did this should not have done it,” he said, lamenting that he had been forced to shut his small business for a month.
While Bangkok was fast returning to normal, authorities have extended a curfew in force in Bangkok and 23 other provinces, saying the measures would remain in place until Tuesday “for security reasons”.
The Reds are mostly supporters of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was removed in a 2006 coup. The billionaire was accused of gross rights abuses and corruption, but won grassroots support with his populist policies.
Thaksin’s elected allies were later ejected in a controversial court ruling, paving the way for Abhisit’s administration to be appointed in a 2008 army-backed parliamentary vote.
Hi and good day people!
Christmas is getting near now and wanna greet you all a MERRY MERRY CHRIST-MAS…
Scary in the sense that after casting it to someone whether its good or bad or not intentionally to harm people, the“RULE OF THREE” will follow next to haunt you!
What is “Rule of Three”?
The Rule of Three (also Three-fold Law or Law of Return) is a religious tenet held by some Wiccans. It states that whatever energy a person puts out into the world, be it positive or negative, will be returned to that person three times. Some subscribe to a variant of this law in which return is not necessarily threefold.
According to John Coughlin the Law posits “a literal reward or punishment tied to one’s actions, particularly when it comes to working magic”. The law is not a universal article of faith among Wiccans, and “there are many Wiccans, experienced and new alike, who view the Law of Return as an over-elaboration on the Wiccan Rede.” Some Wiccans believe that it is a modern innovation based on Christian morality.
The Rule of Three has been compared by Karl Lembke to other ethics of reciprocity, such as the concept of karma in Dharmic religions and the Christian edict, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” (Matthew 7:12), also called the “Golden Rule.”
The Rule of Three has a possible prototype in a piece of Wiccan liturgy which first appeared in print in Gerald Gardner’s 1949 novel High Magic’s Aid:
‘Thou hast obeyed the Law. But mark well, when thou receivest good, so equally art bound to return good threefold.’ (For this is the joke in witchcraft, the witch knows, though the initiate does not, that she will get three times what she gave, so she does not strike hard.)
The first published reference to the Rule of Three as a general ethical principle may be from Raymond Buckland, in a 1968 article for Beyond magazine. The Rule of Three later features within a poem of 26 couplets titled “Rede of the Wiccae”, published by Gwen Thompson in 1975 in Green Egg vol. 8, no. 69 and attributed to her grandmother Adriana Porter. The threefold rule is referenced often by the neo-Wiccans of the Clan Mackenzie in the S.M. Stirling Emberverse novels.
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