You Got Blogged! DigitalFilipino.com / MindanaoBloggers.com Review-a-Blog Competition is now extended to 14 December 2007.
There have only been 6 entries submitted to YGB Contest as of this writing and one of the entries are review of my Wyzemoro Blogs | Paradise Philippines.
The goal is to increase awareness of the culture, identity, traditions, the real picture of Mindanao. By encouraging people around the world to read blogs from / about Mindanao, global perception of the Philippine South will have a good chance to improve. – Blogie
Hoping this extended competition will reach the target 100 entries. Check here for more details.
Filipina Writer says Overseas Filipino Workers smell like air fresheners and other discriminating comments. This is the start of a campaign to boycott The Manila Standard and People Asia Magazine, until they issue apologies and Malu Fernandez is fired! The issue is about bigotry and discrimination in The Philippines.
Lets DIGG it!
Is Morality independent of what God says? Or our morality depends on what God says? Heres my take on this.
- Morality is independent of what God says since morality is universal that does not belong to any religious institution. Religious institution with their God can’t impose nor set a standard moral norms to everyone.
- It’s independent because not everyone believes in God nor everyone follows same and one God. With this situation morality can’t rely on what God says as people has different God and different moral norms for each of this religious institution.
- Even theres no God for instance, human being has a universal acceptable norms of morality which it doesn’t follow God’s words or rely on Bible nor Quran to come up with acceptable morality to everyone to follow. Continue reading “Morality and God and Religion.”
I usually do this when i’m faced with confusion, so im not near doing haste decision that ends up with more confusions. Though its hard to be silent for all the things and there will be a time i should speak up to clear up things. Sometimes i dont talk for days. Being in a moment of silence is a thing hard to do since you may sacrifice and a big chance to be misquoted, misrepresented, misinterpreted and misunderstood. Now I’m really blog bitching. Continue reading “A Moment of Silence”
Natanggap ko ang mga larawan sa isa mga yahoogroups nasalihan ko. Eto ay isang elitistang manunulat at ang babaw nyang tingin sa mga OFW. Eto ay scan galing sa People Asia Magazine.
This time i had already resigned myself to being trapped like a sardine in a sardine can with all these OFWs smelling of AXE and Charlie cologne while my Jo Malone evaporated into thin air.
Ganito naba talaga ang kababaw nyang tingin sa mga OFW? lahat ba naka AXE at Charlie cologne? or ilagay nating lahat OFW ganito cologne nila eh anong paki nya? eh porket isa syang elitista na kaya nyang bilhin kahit anong klasing magagarang cologne ay pde nyang bilhin. Mahiya ka sa sarili mo Malu Fernandez! isang mahaderang matapobre sa OFWs! Continue reading “Ang OFW at Malu Fernandez isang Elitistang manunulat!”
The speech below is famous amongst us Moro people. This speech that awakens the prides of the Moro people that after this speech the moros fights under the leadership of Sultan Kudarat, a significant history that unites the Moro people to fight against the spaniards. A moment in the history of the Bangsamoro that proves we Moros are united in our struggle for self-determination and freedom.
The speech of Magindanaw Sultan Muhammad Di-Pertuan Qudarat was translated in the Spanish language by the famous Jesuit Father Francisco Combes who served as ambassador of the Spanish government to the court of the Magindanaw Sultan in Simway between the years 1645 to 1657. The speech was written in the book of Combes titled Historia de Mindanao y Jolo (Madrid, 1667 (Prologo of Wenceslao E. Retana dated March 19, 1897) Obra publicada en Madrid en 1667, y que ahora con la colaboracion del P. Pablo Pastells de la misma Compania, Saca Nuevamente A Luz W. E. Retana. Madrid: Viuda de M. Minuesa de los Rios, 1897, (Retana edition), p.164). The speech runs as follows: Continue reading “Famous speech of Sultan Kudarat”
This is the common greetings of Muslim around the globe. Here in the Philippines, non-muslim thought its just a local language but its not. This greeting is an Arabic language.
As-Sal?mu `Alaykum (?????? ?????) is an Arabic language greeting used in both Muslim and Christian cultures. It means “Peace be upon you.” It is also transliterated as Assalamu ‘Alaikum or As-salaamu Alaikum. The traditional response is “wa `Alaykum As-Sal?m“, meaning “and on you be peace.”
This type of greeting is common in the Middle East; it is similar to the Hebrew greeting of shalom aleichem. (Wikipedia)
Did you know that Assalamu Alaikum is a simple prayer?
Everytime you greet somebody, you are wishing that his day will turn out the best in every way.
To all my blog readers – Assalamu Alaikum!
We ( The Usual Suspect ) after how many meeting in planning/organizing for the 1st Mindanao Bloggers Summit also decided to have some blog awards to spice up the event.
And we come up with the 1st Mindanao Blog Awards.
The Mindanao Blog Awards aims to give recognition to the finest of weblogs of, in, or about Mindanao. What sets this Awards apart is its focus on content, and not on link popularity or search-engine ranking. Although such metrics will also be taken into account, the quality, consistency, relevance, depth and efficacy of a blog’s content will form the core of the criteria.
The Mindanao Blog Awards 2007, which is to be held as a culminating event of the 1st Mindanao Bloggers Summit, is the pioneering endeavor of a group of Mindanaoans who envision a more progressive Mindanao through their activities as bloggers. Continue reading “The 2007 Mindanao Blog Awards”