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Saturday, September 10, 2016

From a Blissful Sleep

It's been ages since I've blogged again. Do I still know how to blog? Well, I guess so. I don't even know if there are still people reading my stuffs here. Anyways, my absence in blogging made me feel quite less confident in blogging now but I feel that this newly found interest will best help me and my family with regards to financial education. Yes, financial education or financial literacy. If you know how to manage your money, believe me it's more help than earning more profit from extra jobs but combine them and you make more profits.

Anyways, this blog is still about family, being an OFW, spiritual and with a brand new tag or label called "financial literacy". Coz I believe that Filipinos need a lot of information on how they can manage their money and how they (you) can earn for the future. I'm not saying I am there already but we are trying to do that - with the support of my wife of course.

This is a bit too late I know coz I've seen a lot of OFWs leaving their post after they've been relieved of their job. Like recently, the mass termination of expatriates here in Saudi Arabia on most construction companies like in Bin Laden group. My previous company also got hit hard and most of its manpower was ordered to be sent home. Now, there were thousands of Filipinos that went along with them. Some of them were just new but some were already working for a few years while others could probably be ages already. Now, if only these people were trained or educated of Financial Literacy so they'll know that there are other means of income. Specially to those who have been here for a long time, if they have prepared earlier then they would have been secured already even if they lost their job. Financial literacy education is a must for all Filipinos, I even believe that it should be in our school subjects.

So that is it for now. See you in the future post - about FINANCIAL LITERACY. Believe me, it will help you or could change your family's life forever. I think I need a new layout for this blog.

Monday, January 13, 2014

How Great Thou Art

I would like to share this great song performed by Carrie Underwood and Vince Gill. A great and powerful performance and a great rendition of "How Great Thou Art". Hope you like it too.

According to Wikipedia: How Great Thou Art is a Christian hymn based on a Swedish poem written by Carl Gustav Boberg in Sweden in 1885.. It's been a favorite of most Christian singers and has been sung in different renditions. So far this is a new favorite for me.

You can watch the video here:

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Welcome Year 2014!

I totally forgot about my online life here at the Baul but not to worry, I've never really neglected you my dear Baul. To all my readers, if there were any. Belated Merry Christmas to all and Happy New Year to all. A few more hours and it will be a whole new different year. Let's all grab the great things we can grab from the year 2013 and leave all our worst things to the past. Let us step forward with a brand new perspective and better outlook. Let us learn to surrender to God what this year will bring us all - I know, I've surrendered all to Him last year and He brought me and my family great blessings this year.

May all of you have a blessed and prosperous New Year. God bless you all. 

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Joey Ayala Sings an Edited Version of Lupang Hinirang

Whenever I hear our national anthem being sung by some of our famous artists in Manny Pacquiao's fight I always thought the original and not the sensationalized version is still better but when I heard Joey Ayala's version, I couldn't help but play it over and over again. The words actually made more sense and you can feel more love in the song - it made me proud to be a Filipino again (well, I am always proud but it made me more prouder).

I know for a fact that not all people will agree to what Mr. Joey has made but I do really think it is a great version - it also made me want to petition it to be the new version of our national anthem. I can't disagree with other Netizens when they felt that it is really a great rendition of our beloved national anthem. I just hope Joey won't get into trouble because of this.

Well, I guess the reason why the pronunciation of the words weren't right is because it was derived from the english version - dunno but I also thought the it wasn't pronounced right along time ago but since I am not in the position or don't have the skills to correct it, I just sing it as it is. Enough of my ranting, I know how you must feel right now after seeing the news about the relief efforts (if there was really an effort being done) of our government towards the victims of typhoon Yolanda - its progress (slow progress) and the vain efforts made by some politicians by attaching stickers of their names on the relief goods - hayst! - makes me forget I am a Christian. Well, just watch the movie clip and I know it's worth your time.

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