“MONEY is for a protection,” says the Bible. That is why we should use it properly. As we all know we have the very basic needs that money pays for food, clothing, and shelter. But we must avoid those dead investment that could lead into a totally no value in the future and we should know how to be satisfied because “A mere lover of silver will not be satisfied with silver”.
I got a list of dead investment that could end up with a zero value in the future, those includes: physical assets, such as house, vehicles, laptops, tablets and other electronic devices. So there you go, so if you have a little money, why not invest for something that is not dead. Spiritual improvement, trainings, education that could be use to find a job, A tangible asset that is not depreciating: Land. That’s all. Live simply and live life to the fullest.
Pasensya kung di iniisip ang sinasabi ng iba,
alam na dapat din isipin kung nakakatisod na…
pero kapag tama naman ang iyong ginagawa…
wala ng dapat pansinin sa madaldal na madla.
Ituon pansin sa pamilya o kaibigang kasama…
Alisin sa isip ang mga taong walang magawa
Pabayaan lang kanilang ngiti ‘pag nakaharap na
Dahil puno ito ng inggit at mahirap ng itama.
Wala namang masama sa pagiwas sa kanila
Kundi ito’y landasin upang lahat ay maitama
Mabuti ang kaunting bilang ng mga kasama,
Kaysa marami nga, sila’y traidor naman pala.
Wala naman pinatatamaan ang tulang ito,
Kundi nais lang na turuan ang mga ilang tao
Na minsan ay ginagamit lang ng nanguuto
Na naghahanap ng pakinabang at maglalaho
Disclaimer: Article copied from https://ph.news.yahoo.com/much-weddings-cost-philippines-014455467.html
Without these, you can’t have a wedding. These are the bare minimum expenses you will need.
Marriage license. You will need to get this from your local registry office. The bride- and groom-to-be fill out this form together (he on the left, she on the right), and submit it to the municipal office. Fees vary depending on the city; for example, the total fee for Quezon City is P320, while in Cebu it’sP250. And if one of you is not a Filipino national, there will be additional fees, at around P1,000depending on the municipality, and more forms required.
- Certificate of No Marriage. It does what it says on the tin — certifies that you are not married. Some churches require this. Philippine embassies can also request this if you’re getting married in a foreign country, and you’ll need it if your spouse will be filing for a fiancée visa on your behalf. This costs P415 per copy (or $25 if the request is made from abroad) when ordered online from ecensus.com.ph, or P195 if you go to a walk-in Serbilis outlet.
- NSO birth certificate. Some municipalities require an NSO birth certificate when you apply for a marriage license. This costs P140 from a walk-in Serbilis outlet, or P350 from ecensus.com.ph.
- Baptismal certificate. A must for church weddings, along with a confirmation certificate. The fees for these can vary. Churches require a “for marriage purposes” stamp on the baptismal certificate, so you can’t use your old one; you’ll have to get a new one.
Oh, aking sinta sa’yo lang ako humahanga
Sana’y ika’y maniwala na wala nang iba
Batid ko ang pagibig sa’yo lang tuwina
Dumaan man sa gulo, sa puso ika’y nagiisa
Hindi ako makata, subalit ako’y napapatula
dahil sa tuwing ikay umaalis, ako’y nagaalala
Hahanapin ka, saan man sulok sa mapa
Makita ka lang at mayakap ka’y ayos na
Sana’y huwag ka nang magtapo, ‘wanan ko
Dahil mundo’y gulong gulo, tuwing iiwan mo
Bigyan sana ako ng pagkakataong sumuyo
Upang ang puso’t isipan ay sumaya’t matuto
Aaminin kong minsan… magulo at loko loko
At di inaasahang mainitin ang isang ulo
Ngunit sana’y mapatawad mo ang aking puso
Dahil ito lang ay nagmamahal para lang sayo
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