Friday, August 21, 2009

A Special Dedication To All My Loving Friends


Here is a song I liked very much and it carries simple meaning about unconditional love. For those of you who's been there for me when I needed a friend and have cared about me regardless, this is my dedication for you. Thank you very much!


I have customized the translation of the song to fit my story. Sorry if it lacks accuracy from the original meaning. I'm not Chinese-literated btw so.


Song: 真的愛妳 (Truly Loving You)
by Beyond


無法可修飾的一對手 帶出溫暖永遠在背後
縱使囉囌始終關注 不動珍惜太內咎
Your unceasingly warm loving arms
Always back me with courage
Apparently your constant nagging represents your care,
Regrettable had I not treasured


沉醉於音階她不讚賞 母親的愛卻永未退讓
決心衝開心中掙扎 親恩終可報答
Although you disagree with what I do
You never cease to show me supports
Breaking through the inner struggles
Would I return your lovingkindness

[Bridge]
春風化雨暖透我的心 一生眷顧無言地送贈
The spring breeze has swiftly warmed my heart
Forever silent and charitable

[Chorus]
是妳多麼溫馨的目光 教我堅毅望著前路
叮嚀我跌倒不應放棄
It's your warm glances that has
Taught me to always look firmly ahead,
And never give up when I stumble and fall


沒法解釋怎可報盡親恩 愛意寬大是無限
請準我說聲真的愛妳
Indescribable how great is your love
So vast and unconditional
Please allow me to utter "I truly love you"

[Reprise]
無法可修飾的一對手 帶出溫暖永遠在背後
縱使囉囌始終關注 不動珍惜太內咎
Your unceasingly warm loving arms
Always back me with courage
Apparently your constant nagging represents your care,
Regrettably I did not treasure


仍記起溫馨的一對手 始終給我照顧未變樣
理想今天終於等到 分享光輝盼做到
And I still remember your gentle hands
That has given me constant loving care
When the time comes and my dreams come true.
I wish I could share my joy with you

Monday, August 17, 2009

Amazing Bird Fishes Like A Human




Don't know why but I feel stupid after watching this.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Swine Flu Is Not The Biggest Danger, The Vaccines Are!

Reported by Mike Adams from NaturalNews.com

Mandatory vaccines or a shot to the head!


Let's not beat around the bush on this issue. The swine flu vaccines now being prepared for mass injection into infants, children, teens and adults have never been tested and won't be tested before the injections begin. In Europe, where flu vaccines are typically tested on hundreds (or thousands) of people before being unleashed on the masses, the European Medicines Agency is allowing companies to skip the testing process entirely.


And yet, amazingly, people are lining up to take the vaccine, absent any safety testing whatsoever. When the National Institutes of Health in the U.S. announced a swine flu vaccine trial beginning in early August, it was inundated with phone calls and emails from people desperate to play the role of human guinea pigs. The power of fear to herd sheeple into vaccine injections is simply amazing...


Back in Europe, of course, everybody gets to be a guinea pig since no testing will be done on the vaccine at all. Even worse, the European vaccines will be using adjuvants - chemicals used to multiply the potency of the active ingredients in vaccines.


Notably, there is absolutely no safety data on the use of adjuvants in infants and expectant mothers -- the two groups being most aggressively targeted by the swine flu vaccine pushers. The leads us to the disturbing conclusion that the swine flu vaccine could be a modern medical disaster. It's untested and un-tried. Its ingredients are potentially quite dangerous, and the adjuvants being used in the European vaccines are suspected of causing neurological disorders.

Paralyzed by vaccines
I probably don't need to remind you that in 1976, a failed swine flu vaccine caused irreparable damage to the nervous systems of hundreds of people, paralyzing many. Medical doctors gave the problem a name, of course, to make it sound like they knew what they were talking about: Guillain-Barre syndrome. (Notably, they never called it "Toxic Vaccine Syndrome" because that would be too informative.)


But the fact remains that doctors never knew how the vaccines caused these severe problems, and if the same event played out today, all the doctors and vaccine pushers would undoubtedly deny any link between the vaccines and paralysis altogether. (That's what's happening today with the debate over vaccines and autism: Complete denial.)

In fact, there are a whole lot of things you'll never be told by health authorities about the upcoming swine flu vaccine. For your amusement, I've written down the ten most obvious ones and published them below.


Ten things you're not supposed to know about the swine flu vaccine
(At least, not by anyone in authority...)



1. The vaccine production was "rushed" and the vaccine has never been tested on humans. Do you like to play guinea pig for Big Pharma? If so, line up for your swine flu vaccine this fall...

2. Swine flu vaccines contain dangerous adjuvants that cause an inflammatory response in the body. This is why they are suspected of causing autism and other neurological disorders.

3. The swine flu vaccine could actually increase your risk of death from swine flu by altering (or suppressing) your immune system response. There is zero evidence that even seasonal flu shots offer any meaningful protection for people who take the jabs. Vaccines are the snake oil of modern medicine.

4. Doctors still don't know why the 1976 swine flu vaccines paralyzed so many people. And that means they really have no clue whether the upcoming vaccine might cause the same devastating side effects. (And they're not testing it, either...)

5. Even if the swine flu vaccine kills you, the drug companies aren't responsible. The U.S. government has granted drug companies complete immunity against vaccine product liability. Thanks to that blanket immunity, drug companies have no incentive to make safe vaccines, because they only get paid based on quantity, not safety (zero liability).

6. No swine flu vaccine works as well as vitamin D to protect you from influenza. That's an inconvenient scientific fact that the U.S. government, the FDA and Big Pharma hope the people never realize.

7. Even if the swine flu vaccine actually works, mathematically speaking if everyone else around you gets the vaccine, you don't need one! (Because it can't spread through the population you hang with.) So even if you believe in the vaccine, all you need to do is encourage your friends to go get vaccinated...

8. Drug companies are making billions of dollars from the production of swine flu vaccines. That money comes out of your pocket -- even if you don't get the jab -- because it's all paid by the taxpayers.

9. When people start dying in larger numbers from the swine flu, rest assured that many of them will be the very people who got the swine flu vaccine. Doctors will explain this away with their typical Big Pharma logic: "The number saved is far greater than the number lost." Of course, the number "saved" is entirely fictional... imaginary... and exists only in their own warped heads.

10. The swine flu vaccine centers that will crop up all over the world in the coming months aren't completely useless: They will provide an easy way to identify large groups of really stupid people. (Too bad there isn't some sort of blue dye that we could tag 'em with for future reference...)


The lottery, they say, is a tax on people who can't do math. Similarly, flu vaccines are a tax on people who don't understand health.

YOU HAVE A CHOICE!

SAY NO TO VACCINE.





Wednesday, August 5, 2009

If You Never Failed, You Never Lived


We all know what needs to be changed. Many of us come home from work every night frustrated because of it. We don't lack insight, we just lack the courage to do something about it!


But real leaders are different. They'd rather risk criticism and experience failure on the way to success, than remain silent and die on the sidelines. That's what gives others courage to follow them! Most folks have a dream they long to fulfill. They just need somebody to take the first step to show them the way. You can be that somebody!


Without courage we simply accumulate a collection of good ideas and regrets. Most of our missed opportunities would not have been missed had we only been willing to push through our fear and embrace what could be.


All of us feel fear, but here's the difference. Eventually a true leader's need for progress overwhelms his reluctance to take a risk. He can live more easily with the prospects of having tried and failed, than not having tried at all. He knows that failure is an inevitable part of success. He also realises that failure looks and feels completely different in the rear-view mirror than it does when it is staring at you through the windshield. The truth is, while the average person fears stepping out into a new opportunity, the true leader fears missing out on it.


Almost every success stories began with utter failures. Check out this thought provoking short clip. Pick up courage and you shall see breakthroughs in your life!


Saturday, August 1, 2009

Ten Steps to Awaken Your Financial Genius

After completing the book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki, plus a little extra initiative, you should be able to catch what's really important in order to achieve financial independence. According to the author, here are ten steps to awaken the financial genius in you.


1. Find a reason greater than reality, a big dream. Think of the freedom, the lifestyle wherein you control your own time. Think of what you don't want, i.e. "I don't like being an employee".


2. Use the power of choice, daily. You can choose to watch MTV, or watch CNBC. It's how you choose to use your time and energy everyday that brings financial success in the long run.


3. Choose your friends carefully. It pays to have friends who are focused and achieving their goals. Surround yourself with friends you can learn from.


4. Master a formula. Learn a new one, and learn fast.


5. Pay yourself first. Practice self-discipline by keeping expenses low. Tenants can pay for your expenses if you rent out apartments or mini-storage, for instance. Savings are used for investing and creating more money, not for paying bills.


6. Pay your broker well. Attorneys, accountants, stockbrokers, and real estate brokers will have more incentive to work harder for you. If they make more money, it means you make more money as well. 3-7% is a good incentive.


7. Be an Indian giver. It's the concept behind ROI. (Return on investment) Invest and then take the initial money out after a time when the investment has earned for you.


8. Buy luxuries last. Let the income from your growing assets afford you the new car. Wait for your asset base to grow first. Middle class people buy luxuries first, on credit.


9. Find yourself a hero. When you play golf you can imagine you are Tiger Woods. When you do business, you can ask yourself, "What would George Soros have done if he was in my place right now?"


10. Teach and you shall receive. As in money, love, or friendship. If you give without expecting anything in return, you receive more.


To-Do List

1. Stop what you're doing. Take a step back to assess your situation. Stop doing what is not working and look for a new option.


2. Look for new ideas.


3. Take action. Find someone who has done what you want to do. Take them to lunch. Ask for tips.


4. Take classes and buy tapes.


5. Make lots of offers. Finding a good business deal is a lot like dating. You must go to the market and talk to a lot of people, make offers, counteroffers, negotiate, accept and reject. Many single people sit at home waiting for the phone to ring instead of going out and hitting the dating scene.


6. Take a walk through your neighborhood and look for bargain real estate deals.


7. Buy the pie and cut it into pieces. People buy only what they can afford so they think small. Think big. This goes for land and other investments.


8. Learn from history. Colonel Sanders lost everything in his 60's and started from scratch with a fried chicken recipe. Bill Gates became rich before he was 30.



ACTION ALWAYS BEATS INACTION.


IF YOU'RE DOING SOMETHING YOU CARE DEEPLY ABOUT AND IF YOU BELIEVE IN IT, IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE NOT TRYING TO MAKE IT GREAT.





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