Month: September 2008

Money Chant…

Normally, when I want to memorize the lines of a good song, I would usually print out a copy of the lyrics in a small piece of paper and would stick it at the side of my computer monitor in the office.  This is for me to refer to the printed copy everytime I would forget a word or a line while trying to sing it loud while working.  When I already memorized it and a new good song comes along, I would type, print and attach a copy of the new song and replace the old one.

However, after reading a book entitled “The Secret” written by Rhonda Byrne I no longer stick a printed copy of songs on my computer monitor.  Instead, I took some lines from the book, incorporated it, print it in a small piece of paper and affix it on the side of my monitor.  This is now my personal incantation which I would review and utter every time I got the time to do so.

The book reveals the “law of attraction” and teaches about positive thinking.  It somewhat affirms the power of the spoken words.  It asserts that whatever you think will be attracted towards you and the universe (in its own weird means) will find a way for it to transpire and come true.

Here is what I actually picked out from the book and integrated together to come out with my Money Chant…

“I am the master of my thoughts

I am receiving now

I am receiving all the good in my life now

I am receiving a good prosperous life now


Life is so easy

Life is so good

All good things come to me


I can afford all the things that I want

Money comes easily and frequently

More money for me!


I have more than enough

There is an abundance of money

Money is on its way to me


I am a money magnet

I love money and money loves me

I am receiving money everyday


I feel wonderful.  I feel so good

I treat myself with love and respect

I am beautiful inside and out

People love me”

Salamat kay kumareng Rhonda, mayaman at yayaman pa ko!


The Loss of Pasay, the Gain of Manila

Pasay City has just loss its most delicious resident.  I am no longer a resident of splendid Pasay.  Last September 14, I officially moved to the bravura City of Manila, one of the zaniest cities of the country.

I know that I will not miss much in Pasay since the City of Manila possesses the same character that Pasay has.  I wish to enjoy my stay in Manila for it basically has the same polluted air, crime rate and it’s as dirty as Pasay.  The streets are also filled and surrounded by wicked thieves, hold-uppers, drug infused mendicants and psychotic taong-grasa.  Population explosion is so current in my new city for I can see bunch of asim-smelling street kids unminded by their idiotic parents.  Similar to Pasay, walking the street of Manila is like an obstacle course due to the presence of stinky poop left behind by flea-infested anorexic-looking street dogs.

At least now, the City of Manila can brag that it has the most delicious soul to step on the face of earth… Me.

Parang walang nabago… ganon pa rin… Tsing!

Creepy Text

It was scary, eerie and disturbing.  It was thought provoking, bloodcurdling and creepy.  It kept me awake throughout the night I wanted to take a bath using holy water.  It is not yet Halloween but I recently received a chilling story through text message that says…

Isang gabi, may lalaking nasiraan ng kotse sa isang liblib na bayan sa tapat ng sementeryo na may malaking puno ng balete.  May lumapit na nakaitim na matanda na may ibebentang isang libro sa halagang P2,000.

Namahalan sya pero napilitan syang bilhin dahil sa takot.  Habang nanlilisik ang mga mata, sabi ng matanda na may mahahaba at maiitim na kuko, “hwag mong titingnan ang huling pahina kundi magsisisi ka!”  Tapos nawala ang matanda! Umandar ang kotse.

Sa bahay di sya nakatulog.  Pilit na iniisip ang nangyari sa liblib na lugar.  Kinuha nya ang libro at nanginginig na tiningnan ang huling pahina.  Nakasulat: “National Bookstore P39.50”  Bwahahaha!

You need to drag your mouse on the space in between the quotation marks to see what was written.  Be careful and take a deep breath before you drag your mouse.


Wer U Na, Manang Bola?

I always wonder what it would be like in the future.  Would I be richer, more delicious with young looking skin, more fun to be with, possess all things I want to have, meet all the people I want to chance upon and visit all the places I want to see?  I officially miss Manang Bola the luquacious forgetful fortune teller of Batibot (the Pinoy counterpart of Sesame Street).

Now that I am older, I have enough resources to go to her, talk to her and would inquire on how life will be in the future.  But she is nowhere to be found.  We would have to refer to her notorious Perlas Na Bilog about my exciting future.  Now that Manang Bola is nowhere to be found, I wonder if she discerned through her crystal ball that one day she will be out of the limelight.

Perlas na bilog hwag tutulog-tulog, sabihin sa akin ang sagot. Ba be bi bo bu…