life is a wonderful word

"Gratitude"

Haha. Bat ganun. Kung kelan nagseseryoso ako hindi ko naaabot yung goal ko. Pero kung kelan naman ako nagliliwaliw, dun ko nakukuha goal ko. :) ang astig lang. Haha.

Lesson lang siguro na we should enjoy life na sa kahit anong stress sa buhay ang naidudulot ng different factors around you, go to a coffee shop and chill, maginternet and do unique stuffs, go to ccp and watch cinemalaya films, go to any malls and watch movies, kain kung saan saan, roadtrip and drink. Hahaha. This semester of my life is so far the best. It teaches me different life lessons that i should learn. That life is gelatin…

Summing up this semester siguro is quite hard sa sobrang dami ng mga nangyari. And hindi ako makapaniwala hahaha

But still im very thankful kasi i survived my last first semester with a smile on my face and heart. Thank you Lord for all the opportunities, for my family, and friends who support and believe in my skills and talents. Thank you all :)

Sharing Happiness

a clip that makes my eyes sweat. hehe. sobrang touching. from a man who wants to see his father knowing that his father will be blind soon… a mother who is working hard to provide the needs of her daughters and a man who didn’t see his son from since birth 11 years from now..

sobrang galing lang ng coke. nakakainspire and sobrang nakakagalak ng puso. thank you coke for sharing this stories..

haha bigla akong napaBLOG. haha miss you TUMBLR haha

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“It’s been the most amazing, inspirational, surreal, bizarre, wonderful 10 years that I will probably ever have in all my life.” - Daniel Radcliffe

“Thank you to Rupert for making me laugh, you’ve been such a great brother. And thank you to Dan, same thing. I will miss you so much.” - Emma Watson

“This really has been such an important part of my life. I really wanna thank all of you, these past 10 years have been the best half of my life. And I’m just so pleased I’ve shared it with you two, I love you, I really do.” - Rupert Grint

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litratonijuan:

litratonijuan:

So if you are wondering what is the artwork of the artist Mideo Cruz, being referred in the recent article of Yahoo Philippines that set off an uproar by the Filipinos who have seen the artwork, here it is. For more info, visit this link: http://ph.news.yahoo.com/filipinos-cry-sacrilege-over-art-christ-phallic-symbols-082007882.html

Reblogging this because there’s a huge controversy surrounding this art installation by Mideo Cruz which was exhibited in CCP.

My comment regarding this is issue is that every artist have their right in expressing themselves freely but this does not apply in every situation like this one. Involving religious images in an artwork is very critical for Philippines is a, let us say, a very religious country. And regarding this one, I think the artist, Mideo Cruz, had gone overboard with his art installation. It’s pretty unique, viewed by any artist, but consider every people who would see this. Just my opinion. 

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theautoinsider:

Giugaro’s fantastical 1971-72 Maserati Boomerang.
Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Maserati Boomerang made its debut during the 1971 Turin Motor Show as a non-functioning prototype. Beautiful in its simplicity, the Trident draws strength from its angular, wedged form and 2/3 split greenhouse. Its design language would later sneak into the DNA strands of the DMC DeLorean, Lotus Esprit, and Maserati Merak—all (unsurprisingly) penned by Giugiaro.

The Boomerang made its second debut at the 1972 Geneva Motor Show, this time powered by a 310bhp 4.7-liter V8, rowed manually via a five-speed gearbox. Not only did it get a fantastic mid-mounted lump, the ‘72 car also received a fully furnished interior. By far the most unique piece of said interior was its fantastic gauge cluster, situated firmly within the steering wheel.
What an amazing era for industrial design.
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theautoinsider:

Giugaro’s fantastical 1971-72 Maserati Boomerang.

Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Maserati Boomerang made its debut during the 1971 Turin Motor Show as a non-functioning prototype. Beautiful in its simplicity, the Trident draws strength from its angular, wedged form and 2/3 split greenhouse. Its design language would later sneak into the DNA strands of the DMC DeLorean, Lotus Esprit, and Maserati Merak—all (unsurprisingly) penned by Giugiaro.

1972 Maserati Boomerang

The Boomerang made its second debut at the 1972 Geneva Motor Show, this time powered by a 310bhp 4.7-liter V8, rowed manually via a five-speed gearbox. Not only did it get a fantastic mid-mounted lump, the ‘72 car also received a fully furnished interior. By far the most unique piece of said interior was its fantastic gauge cluster, situated firmly within the steering wheel.

What an amazing era for industrial design.

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(Source: youneverhadyourcar)

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