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November 27, 2021


Set goals

Promise yourself some sort of reward each time you complete a step/task.

I do believe that we all have our different goals for everything, it's just that we are lacking of something. Even me, I only have one goal for myself and that is to be at peace alone, I'm not referring to 'death' what I mean is being alone in a place where I wanna be and being able to do things I wasn't able to in my current situation.

Determination and motivation can beat knowledge itself. Always remember, we all are unique-- don't let yourself go with the flow, let the flow follow you.


Granada, Mabel Q.


Jose Rizal Memorial State University -Dipolog Campus

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November 27, 2021



Matinloc Island, Palawan

Located in Bacuit Bay, off Palawan Island’s northerly El Nido region, Matinloc Island is home to some of the area’s most famous tourist attractions: Matinloc Shrine, a Virgin Mary church left eerily abandoned in a tropical cove; Secret Beach, only accessible by boat; and Hidden Beach, where craggy slate-grey rocks form a white-sand sheltered bay that backs onto rainforest. The covert beaches are concealed by El Nido’s iconic limestone formations and Matinloc Shrine offers some of the best panoramic views in the area.

Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte

Growing in popularity in the past few years, Siargao is known as the surfing capital of the Philippines. Surfers from all over the world visit to catch the perfect Cloud 9 swell. While it has long been a surfer’s paradise, regular beach lovers and vacationers are slowly discovering Siargao’s inland charms. Exploring this laidback island and its neighbours, you’ll find cool waterfalls to stand under, smooth limestone gullies to walk in and warm cave pools surrounded by tree-root smothered boulders. It’s a largely untouched landscape with an undeniable natural beauty; some are even calling it “the new Palawan”.

Boracay, Aklan

Just like Palawan, Boracay has enjoyed the title “World’s Best Island” for its powdery white sand beaches and glorious sunset views. It has long attracted travellers from all over the world, and as such has taken some wear and tear through the years. Because of massive commercialisation, the island is oversaturated with establishments and structures and is often crowded with more people than it can handle. Sewage and waste problems are also beginning to worsen. In 2018, the Philippine President ordered a complete six-month closure of the island, to allow its rehabilitation. This was the beginning of Boracay’s restoration to its former glory.

Calaguas, Camarines Norte

Strictly speaking, Calaguas is a group of islands, east of Manila in the province of Camarines Norte. While a handful of islands make up the area, the island of Tinaga is best known and most frequented for its pristine 3km (2mi) stretch called Mahabang Buhangin. Not nearly as distinguished as Boracay or Palawan, the islands of Calaguas remain unadulterated. Fancy accommodations are also not an option in Mahabang Buhangin, so it has become a popular camping ground for the adventurous islander. Surrounding rolling terrain and hiking trails also present a more active alternative to lying on the beach.

Matukad Island, Camarines Sur

Just east of Camiguin is the mystical island of Siquijor. Despite being wrapped in folklore and tales of witchcraft, this island is much more than its age-old legends. White sand beaches and marine sanctuaries with splendid diving spots abound but the star of the island is Cambugahay Falls, a series of gently cascading waterfalls that form a number of enchanting turquoise pools. Surrounded by lush green rainforest and dotted with wooden rafts, it looks like it could have been designed for a luxury waterpark – we’re talking honeymoon-photos gorgeous.

There's more island's in the Philippines that can surely catch your attention. You can freely visit the websites containing another wondrous places, tourist spot and islands in the Philippines.


Granada, Mabel Q.

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English 1-D

Jose Rizal Memorial State University-Dipolog Campus


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November 26, 2021


1. Be Pleasant

Drinking alcohol can be more harmful for some people. The safest option for children and young people under 18 is not to drink any alcohol at all. It's also best to avoid alcohol if you're taking any medicines or recreational drugs since when mixed with alcohol, they can have an unpleasant effect.


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NOVEMBER 26, 2021


1. North Korea 🇰🇵

First Day of the Month

Kalo Mina (good month) is a traditional greeting you will hear on the first day of the month. Important to Greek culture, the first day of the month symbolizes a new beginning. Greeks greet each other to wish good things for the month ahead.

The 2011 Census most common responses were Catholic, (28.3%), Anglican (14.7%), Islam (5.3%) and Eastern Orthodox (4.6%). 17.5% declared no religion.


The culture matters as it is the soul of our identity. We will be known because of our culture. It is the reason why people being united.

Culture is an important part of people's lives. I have learned that it affects your views, your values, your mood, your hopes, your loyalty, and your worries and fears. I have learned also that culture makes people different and alike. When you live in the same country or state, you will have the same beliefs, traditions and perspective about your beginning. While on the other hand, if you live in different country or state, you would experience culture shock as you have different culture. People became different and alike depending on the culture they have.




Jose Rizal Memorial State University - Dipolog Campus


North Korea | Facts, Map, & History | Britannica

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Art is a part of everyday life in the Central Cordillera. Women weave in the Kalinga town of Lubuagan to earn a living for their family. Weaving is a Kalinga tradition that has been passed down through the years. At the age of ten, girls begin weaving. Men are also involved in the creation of the craft.

On woven products, many groups share similar techniques, motifs, and color schemes. Kalinga dress is distinct from other ethnic groups, particularly the women's wraparound skirts. In Tagalog, this form of wraparound skirt is called as "Tapis," while in Kalinga, it is known as "Kain."

Pilakpak, ilaglis, silugwid, and gilamat are some of the numerous design variations of the Kain. Rituals, festivals, marriages, and other special occasions are all occasions when the garments are worn

This is a rectangle cloth that has been woven on back strap body tension looms, embroidered with nature-inspired motifs, and adorned with beads and mother of pearl shells. Shells are connected in such a way that they move and reflect light. The design patterns and symbols are influenced by natural elements such as animals, mountains, and stars.

Colors and patterns have unique connotations. The color red, for example, indicates boldness, while the black-strepe prints depict Earth or the ground. Because yellow is the color of fertility and riches, it is utilized to embroider mountain motifs.

Weavers take great care not to change their designs or color choices for their woven products. It is a method for them to preserve their culture and customs while also demonstrating the uniqueness of Kalinga's woven handicrafts.

Weavers take great care not to change their designs or color choices for their woven products. It is a method for them to preserve their culture and customs while also demonstrating the uniqueness of Kalinga's woven handicrafts.

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- Haney Serenio

Humans are wired to be curious about the unknown and to seek answers. A creation myth recounts how the world's wonders came to be and can be found in practically every society. A creation myth is a story that explains the origins of the world, the creation of humans, and the relationship between a god or gods and humans. These creations have a significant impact on people's perceptions. They have an impact on people's perceptions of the world and their position in regard to it.


The first of these elements is the idea of creation as a kind of birth often from an egg. The egg especially stands out in the creation myths of early Chinese Daoists, who told the story of a great cosmic egg from which the god Pangu emerged when the shell split. The top half of the shell became the sky, and the bottom half became Earth.

The second common theme found in creation myths is the concept that the universe has both a father and a mother.The mother and father are not always the figures which create life on earth.

The third element of creation myth is the notion of a supreme being. A supreme being appears in almost every myth. He or she is what triggers the train of events that create the world. Sometimes there are two beings, a passive and active creator.

Another element that runs through the world's creation myths is the question of whether creation took place from above or below. Not all cultures imagine life starting on earth . Some believe that it originated either above or below where we live now.

Still other myths claim the earth was once covered with water and the earth was brought to the surface. It sees creation as somehow having been pulled out from chaos or muck and these are called diver myths.


All these creation and foundational myths represent an effort on the part of the cultures that produce them to find a link between the present and the past, including the past of their ancestors. It is a part of being human for people to question where they came from and where they are going. Creation and foundational myths attempt to answer these questions in ways that reflect the cultural realities of a people at a given time and in a given place. Even science shares this wonder. We continue to wonder. Even now, as the 21st century approaches we continue to make theories on how earth was created. They are our new creation myths. We base our ideas on scientific evidence. However the creation myths were based on what people saw their observations.

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Trial by ordeal was an ancient judicial practice by which the guilt or innocence of the accused was determined by subjecting them to a painful, or at least an unpleasant, usually dangerous experience. In medieval Europe, like trial by combat, trial by ordeal, such as cruentation, was considered a "judgement of God" (Latin: judicium Dei): a procedure based on the premise that God would help the innocent by performing a miracle on his behalf. The practice has much earlier roots, attested to as far back as the Code of Hammurabi and the Code of Ur-Nammu.

In pre-modern society, the ordeal typically ranked along with the oath and witness accounts as the central means by which to reach a judicial verdict. Indeed, the term ordeal, Old English ordǣl, has the meaning of "judgment, verdict" (German Urteil, Dutch oordeel), from Proto-Germanic *uzdailiją "that which is dealt out".

credits: Trial by ordeal - Wikipedia

Example in this Picture: nakikita niyo po nandito ang accused, kasi noon wala pa pong court to give the accused a trial about the crime charge against him, sa Trial by ordeal naman po para malaman nila kung nagkasala ang isang tawo marami silang method isa po dito ang Boiling Water, ilalagay ang kamay mo sa kumukulo na tubig, kapag raw inocente ka hindi ka raw masusugatan dahil prinoprotektahan ka ng Diyos, pero kapag naman po nasugatan ka at napaso ibig sabihin ikaw ang gumawa ng krimen at maaari kang ibitay..

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Pope Francis will mark 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines with a Holy Mass on Sunday in St. Peter’s Basilica. Due to the pandemic, only a limited number of faithful will be allowed at the 10 am (Rome time) Mass on 14 March.

The Christian faith that arrived in the Philippines 500 years ago, is very much alive today in the joyful witness to evangelical charity by Catholics, even in hard times, says Archbishop Romulo Valles of Davao, the president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP). The Philippine Church has been preparing for this great jubilee celebration for 9 years, with each year having a specific theme.

It all began when the great 16th-century Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan, who led a Spanish expedition to the so-called ‘East Indies’, 1519 to 1522, reached what is today known as the Philippines on 16 March 1521. His sailors had planned to remain there for a month and a half. It is believed that during that time, the first Mass was celebrated on Filipino soil on March 31, 1521, on the island of Limasawa, south of Leyte. Some 800 were baptized to form the first Catholic community.

Gift of faith - 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines - Vatican News


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Daniel Larze And Isaac Mendoza interview

Sally: So today the two members of latin american group or Kids Band That Turn To Teen band called MDO kids of course no one else It’s Daniel And Isaac!

Daniel And Isaac: Hello everybody!

Sally: so today i have question about you isaac,daniel and a lot of questions are from MDO Kids fans club. so how MDO Kids starts? and how Isaac and Daniel Friendship started?

Daniel: isaac was my first bestfriend and we met in caguas puerto rico of course, I was 5 and he was 6 that time, so since my fav hobby is singing and also Isaac was singing, so we’ve decided to make kid band called MDO Kids.

Isaac:yeah MDO Kids was based on Teen Band Menudo if y’all know about Menudo.

Sally:Yes i really like The Menudo I’m bigfan of Charlie And Also Robby, So there’s one more question since Carlos was leave MDO so early so what’s the reason why he left the group so early like that?

Daniel:Well, When MDO tour in Caguas Puerto Rico for the NightParty(Noche De Gala 2015) Carlos told me he’s about to leave the group after his last performance and the reason why is he wants to focus on his study.

Sally: There’s no issue why he leave? Cuz they say that there is a conflict between felipe and carlos is it true Daniel?

Daniel:Well, Sometimes that I’ve noticed when they don’t get along to each other, If they have a conflict with each other, Well thats out of mdo group.

Sally:Yeah so how about you isaac how are you and how’s your life going.

Isaac: I’m fine and my life always good and happy with my family of cours-

Sally:Since everyone knows that you is the one of the best member of MDO Kids so what do you react?

Isaac:Well I’m happy that all of you like my song, And Thankyousomuch for supporting me since day one and now I’m here I love y’all guys!

Sally:So now what message do you have for your fans?

Isaac:I just want to say that if you want to make your dreams come true then keep going and never stop pursuing for your dream and it will be successful soon.

Daniel:Yeah that’s right and the most important is ignore what your hater says, And ignore someone who keeps underestimating you.

Sally: Yeah i love that message boys, so now this is the end of program say Goodbye to Daniel And Isaac! See Yah Tomorrow!

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Daniel Larze

is A Puerto Rican singer was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico October 12, 2005.

The youngest Leader of MDO Kids.

Daniel Larze Was A Soloist Year 2009 and created the group MDO Kids as Puerto Rican Kids Band, year 2012 was the official Debute of MDO Kids And The First song of the Group is Dulces Besos.

Year 2021 when the group officially disbanded.

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Por Favor Trátame Bien

is The First Mini Series From Puerto Rico Ponce and Directed by Ruben Abreu And Daniel Larze, It's a song that dedicated from Daniel's ex and that's why the title of the song is

("Por Favor Trátame Bien") or Please treat me well. The First Daniel Larze Solo Album.

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Ellen Alexander is currently expanding the realms of her firm “Create u future,” which she co-founded with her buddy, after leaving a global mark in the fields of fashion modeling, anti-aging techniques, and entrepreneurship.

Ellen was born in Moscow to a family of scientists, and her scientific background inspired her to explore specific biotech and genetic cum fertility initiatives that would make individuals seem younger by using scientific methods to slow down the aging process.

This is a high-tech branch of genetic science that aims to help people live longer, stay healthy, and appear younger than their actual age. It will also let older couples to have biological children of their own.

The contrast picture of Ellen as a dazzling fashion model, film actor, singer, orchestra personality, and songwriter is what surprises us against the backdrop of Ellen’s scientific temperament.

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Alex Tizon's narrative "My Family's Slave" is a heartwarming and enlightening story that one should read at least once during his life. He was a well-known Filipino-American author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who specialized in creative nonfiction. This narrative tackles the rocky life of Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a Filipino lady known as "Lola" in the hands of the author's family, who stayed with them for 64 years as a slave who was always unpaid, yet in the end, Alex paid back to her as he realized how she successfully raised three generation after generation of their family. As I read this, I vividly imagined all of the events and completely visualized the situations and feelings upon it. My different emotions arose as I encounter this text.

Evidently, the theme of the story is about the unconditional love and concern a 'katulong' or slave could give to his masters despite of some hardships, and the remarkable worth it could forever leave even in one of the family members.

Human servitude, as we all know, is a contemporary affliction that is sometimes veiled or rationalized as cultural norm. However, Alex demonstrated in this story how we must understand, respect, and accept them as human beings and provide them with the things they deserve after all those pity sacrifices and lifelong dedication of serving them.

In terms of the story's format, I'd say it's a creative non-fiction piece because Alex, the author, was always present and active throughout the work, both on the pages and behind the scenes. As we can see, he possesses a sense of self-awareness and self-motivation. Furthermore, as he retells the event, we can see how he used both the memoir form and personal essays to convey it, and he didn't just offer pithy quips. But rather, he used craft and strategies to immerse us, the reader, in his own personal life. The author also made used of descriptive languages to elicit responses from our senses. He also utilized the braiding approach to entangle the data and some of his insights. And mesages were resented vividly like we shouldn't underestimate slaves, instead, we must let them feel the love and freedom they also deserve.

Indeed, there's no doubt why this narrative became one of his most famous publications just days after his death because it exhibited good form, tactics, and topics of actual Filipina experiences, particularly slaves in our country. The unconditional love that a Filipino family has for its members, even if they are not biologically related, was also communicated. Despite the fact that it is a bit long, I certainly believe that it is absolutely worthwhile to read.

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