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Chrystina Lumbantoruan
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A mother…by her planning and industry night and day, by her willfulness of love, by her fidelity, she brings up her children. Do not read to me the campaigns of Caesar and tell me nothing about Napoleon’s wonderful exploits. For I tell you that, as God and the angels look down upon the silent history of that woman’s administration, and upon those men-building processes which went on in her heart and mind through a score of years;—nothing exterior, no outward development of kingdoms, no empire-building, can compare with what mother has done. Nothing can compare in beauty, and wonder, and admirableness, and divinity itself, to the silent work in obscure dwellings of faithful women bringing their children to honor and virtue and piety.
 Henry Ward Beecher
God, You hear prayers, so all humanity may come to you. (Psalm 65:1-2)

God, You hear prayers, so all humanity may come to you. (Psalm 65:1-2)

Rod Stewart - Sailing

I am sailing, I am sailing, home again ‘cross the sea.

I am sailing, stormy waters, to be near you, to be free.

I am flying, I am flying, like a bird ‘cross the sky.

I am flying, passing high clouds, to be with you, to be free.

Can you hear me, can you hear me thro’ the dark night, far away,

I am dying, forever trying, to be with you, who can say.

Can you hear me, can you hear me, thro’ the dark night far away.

I am dying, forever trying, to be with you, who can say.

We are sailing, we are sailing, home again ‘cross the sea.

We are sailing stormy waters, to be near you, to be free.

Oh Lord, to be near you, to be free.

Oh Lord, to be near you, to be free,

Oh Lord.

Regina - Listen. I like this song. Very much. And her performance was fantastic when she sang this song. :)

The Kebaya Lady by Photographer Kenvin Pinardy

The Kebaya Lady by Photographer Kenvin Pinardy

HAHAHA I just read this in Future Ted’s voice.

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There was brotherhood between people who had fed from the same breast, a kinship that even time could not break.
The Kite Runner

troll taxi-driver! :D

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brace yourself, women! she’s getting angry!ahaha

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