Monday, June 27, 2016

Difference between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea

Some Facts about Sea of Galilee and Dead Sea

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Dead Sea to be linked to Red Sea by 112-mile underground pipe to stop it drying up completely by 2050

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Under the plans, a desalination plant will be built in the southern Jordanian port of Aqaba on the Red Sea and will desalinate water to be shared by the neighbours on the link for complete view of this article and for more information.


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Sea of Galilee
Sea of  Galilee

The Sea of Gallilee is a beautiful fresh water lake that is fed from rain runoff from the mountains of Gallilee and the Golan Heights. It is 695 feet below sea level and is five miles wide and thirteen miles long.  The lake is only 150 feet deep  at the deepest point and is really a lake more than a sea.  However, it is the main water source for all of Israel. It is filled by the Jordan River, which has it’s beginnings on Mt. Hermon, an often snow capped peak at the north end of the land of Israel.  The Jordan then flows out of the Sea of Gallilee, down to Dead Sea.
Dead Sea
Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is much larger than it’s northern counterpart.  It is forty eight miles long and eleven miles wide and reaches a depth of over 1000 feet. It is the lowest place on the face of the earth  at 1300 feet below sea level.  The Dead Sea is dead because it is so salty. Twenty five percent of the water’s contents are salts. The water is clean and beautiful looking, yet it is bitter and nauseous  to the taste.  The salts in the Dead Sea are worth billions of dollars and are as valuable as any oil field.

The Dead Sea is so salty because it has no outlet. The reason the Sea of Gallilee is so sweet, is that it has both an inflow and an outflow.  It both receives and gives. The Dead Sea, however, only receives and never gives. It is full of riches but there is no life in it.  

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There are two major bodies of water in the land where Jesus walked. One is the Sea of Galilee, a beautiful lake 13 miles long and 7 _ miles wide filled with fish and surrounded by lush foliage. 

The other body of water is the Dead Sea, 50 miles long and 11 miles wide, the shoreline of which is 1300 feet below sea level. Seven million tons of water evaporate from the Dead Sea every day. The saline or salt content of the water of the Dead Sea ranges from 26-35%, making it 10 times saltier than the oceans of the world. There’s no seaweed or plants of any kind in or around the water. There are no fish or any kind of swimming, squirming creatures living in or near the water. As a matter of fact, what you’ll see on the shores of the Sea is white, crystals of salt covering EVERYTHING. According to, fish accidentally swimming into the waters from one of the several freshwater streams that feed the Sea are killed instantly, their bodies quickly coated with a preserving layer of salt crystals and then tossed onto shore by the wind and waves. 

Both the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea are fed by the Jordan River There is really only one difference between these two bodies of water, really only one thing that causes the Sea of Galilee to be beautiful and alive while the Dead Sea is barren and lifeless. The Sea of Galilee has an outlet; the Dead Sea does not! Water flows through the Sea of Galilee. Water flows into the Dead Sea but not out!


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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Wall Art or Art Wall

1. You can display altogether whatever is your collections available so this is your chance to show it. 

2. Some are photos, different sizes and shapes of picture frames, tree twigs, paintings or art works,books, signage, figurine,plates and others.

3. Before you hammer a nail or screw permanently on the wall make sure you lay first everything (objects to display on the wall) on the table or floor then rearrange them according to your visual liking anyways, it is your collection. If you are satisfied with the arrangement then you can place it on the wall. 

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ote: If to put or use LED light do not leave it overnight and unattended or even Christmas lights during Christmas season  for home safety.


Paint branches to color of choice and then hot glue ends onto the backs of 2 painted & parallel 1″x2″ boards.  Arrange branches loosely for a sculptural effect and hang on the wall.

Use stones and pebbles then rearrange those as to what you imagine it can form.


Friday, June 24, 2016

Different Ways to Display your Accessories

There are a lot of things that we use without having to spend a fortune just an imagination will do.

Manzanita Tree Stand


Make your own version of this $99 jewelry holder for the price of some twine and spray paint.
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Make your own decorative hooks for jewelry, scarves, or jackets using double-sided foam tapeand river stones.
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Use scissors to cut a double-sided tape it depends to the size or shape of the pebble/stone you have picked then after you had cut the tape you place it at the back of the pebble/stone stick it together then place it into your wall. You may now hang your accessories.

Friday, June 17, 2016

Cebu, DLSU grads top nursing board exams

MANILA - A graduate of a Cebu university and a graduate of De La Salle University topped the June 2016 Nursing Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing, according to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
Bernard John Ezra IV Rafols Icamen from the Cebu Normal University and Melissa Castor Malong of the De La Salle University-Health Sciences Institute share the top spot with 87.20 percent.
Three graduates also share the second place with 86.60 percent. They are Rachelle Eve Alolor Bensig of Xavier University; Joszabelle Cano Estrella of Bicol University-Legazpi; and Gianna Kalilah Tolentino Roman of the Bataan Peninsula State University-Balanga.
Paul Lexus Gomez Lorenzo of the University of the Assumption is at the third spot with 86.40 percent.
The rest of the Top 10 board passers are:
4. John Michael Morin Canita, West Visayas State University-La Paz, 86.20 percent
5. Glenn Marie Lingbaoan Fantillo, University of Iloilo, 86.00
Ma. Minvilu Verano Marbella, Xavier University, 86.00; and
Eunice Kay Jalon Francisco Sanson, Ateneo de Zamboanga, 86.00
6. Camille Osias Cosare, University of the Visayas-Mandaue City, 85.80;
Rigelle Anne Cabal delos Santos, Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, 85.80;
Jose Paolo Larrazabal Garcia, Cebu Doctors' University, 85.80;
Miya Marcelo Gomez, Angeles University Foundation, 85.80;
Angela Mari Recio, San Beda College, 85.80; and
Anthony Wines Teves, Velez College, 85.80.
7. Terrence Michael Villamor Cuyos, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College), 85.60;
Maeriel Salatan Gadaingan, Ateneo de Zamboanga, 85.60; and
Brittney Kindred Tek-Ing Madrigal, Velez College, 85.60
8. Mae Beann Equila Asuncion, University of Pangasinan, 85.40;
Kathereen Roman Canindo West Visayas State University-La Paz, 85.40;
Alyssa Marie Nivera Lobaton, University of Saint La Salle, 85.40;
Jodith Bygie Belacaol Mediana, West Visayas State University-La Paz, 85.40;
Arian Mae Cortez Pabon, Riverside College, 85.40;
Margie Joy Cardel Red, Bicol State University-Legazpi, 85.40;
Alyanna Marie Gamboa Tapang, Angeles University Foundation, 85.40; and
Glanzen Mae Buyser Tijing, Mountain View College, 85.40.
9. Rania Irih Askali, Ateneo de Zamboanga,85.20;
Maria Rocell Serafines Bustonera, Emilio Aguinaldo College-Dasmarinas, 85.20;
Christine Joyce Mallari Figueroa, Our Lady of Fatima University-Valenzuela, 85.20;
Zsheerahzhade Ali Gaspar, Notre Dame of Jolo College, 85.20;
Monette Jane Borja Guevarra, Bicol University-Legazpi, 85.20;
Florante San Jose Hernandez, De Ocampo Memorial College, 85.20;
Vilma Manjares Jumila, Holy Name University (for.Divine Word-TAGBILARAN), 85.20;
Jasmine Celine Sia Lazaro, Southville International School and Colleges, 85.20; and
Ma. Jarsi Rheyda Tang Tejada, West Visayas State University-La Paz, 85.20
10. Athena Marie Abella Anog, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College), 85.00;
Pamela Aya Bokos Bernada, West Visayas State University-La Paz, 85.00;
Bryan Amiel Lapore Brey, University of Saint La Salle, 85.00
Jana Bautista Cabato, Ateneo de Zamboanga, 85.00
Diane Barneso Dolina, Far Eastern University - Nicanor Reye Medical Foundation, 85.00;
Rashida Tulawie Habbi, Notre Dame of Jolo College, 85.00;
Pamela Quiao Ligtas, University of Bohol, 85.00;
Ileana Orejudos Lim, Velez College, 85.00;
Alyssa Claire Andal Malaguit, de la Salle University-Lipa, 85.00; and
Genesis Eisma Velasco, Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation, 85.00
The PRC announced on Friday that 6,183 out of the 14,184 passed the nursing licensure examination in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga this month.
The results of the examination with respect to two (2) examinees were withheld pending final determination of their liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.
The members of the Board of Nursing who gave the licensure examination are Marian Grace A. Gascon, Chairman; Gloria B. Arcos, Carmelita C. Divinagracia, Carfredda P. Dumlao, Glenda S. Arquiza, Florence C. Cawaon and Cora A. Anonuevo, Members.
Pursuant to Section 16, of Republic Act No. 9173, “all successful candidates in the examination shall be required to take an oath of professional before the Board or any government official authorized to administer oaths prior to entering upon the nursing practice”.
Schedule of on-line registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be announced later. Please go to and follow instructions for initial registration. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag) and 2 sets of documentary stamps. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The list of successful examinees are:
Due to lack of space. Please click the link for complete name of successful examinees.

Tatlong Bibe Craze on It's Showtime w/ Vice Ganda

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Maine Mendoza launching the Theme Song of Imagine You and Me

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Who is the Happiest when you return from Vacation?Watch this.

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Monday, June 6, 2016

Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest' Boxing Legend, Dies at 74

The most recognizable person on the planet gained fans in Hollywood and around the world for his exploits in and out of the boxing ring.

Muhammad Ali,

Muhammad Ali, the three-time heavyweight champion of the world and global icon whose magnetic charm and anti-establishment ethos made him someone Hollywood found impossible to resist, has died. He was 74. 
Ali, named Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated in 1999, died Friday at a hospital in Phoenix, a family spokesperson told ABC. In 1984, the boxer was diagnosed with Parkinson’s syndrome -- a disease thought to be brought on by head trauma -- and spent his last years increasingly shaky, immobile and quiet.
On Thursday, Ali was hospitalized for a respiratory issue as a precaution and by Friday, his issues were serious enough to draw family members to his bedside.
"After a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Muhammad Ali has passed away at the age of 74. The three-time World Heavyweight Champion boxer died this evening," family spokesperson Bob Gunnell said in a statement. The statement also reads, "Muhammad Ali’s funeral will take place in his hometown of Louisville, KY. The Ali family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers and support and asks for privacy at this time."
Will Smith received an Oscar nomination for portraying the champ in Michael Mann’s Ali (2001), and the fighter played himself in The Greatest, a 1977 Columbia film adapted from his autobiography. Ali starred as a slave turned U.S. senator opposite Kris Kristofferson in the 1979 NBC telefilm Freedom Road, based on a true story, and he lit the torch to kick off the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
And in the late 1970s, he even voiced his own Saturday morning cartoon, I Am the Greatest!: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali, which saw his character jetting around the world fighting evil.
However seen or characterized onscreen, Ali was never more vital than in When We Were Kings(1996), the Oscar-winning feature documentary that immortalized “The Rumble in the Jungle,” his Oct. 30, 1974, bout with heavyweight champion George Foreman in Kinshasa, Zaire.
“I live in America,” Ali says in the film, “but Africa is the home of the black man. I was a slave 400 years ago, and now I’m going home to fight among my brothers.”
Because of legal and financial difficulties, it took director-producer Leon Gast more than 20 years to bring When We Were Kings to the screen.
In the bout, which started at 3 a.m. local time, Ali, then 32, employed a “rope-a-dope” style to wear out the stronger Foreman, 24, before finishing him off in the eighth round to reclaim the crown taken from him in 1967 when he refused to serve in the U.S. military.
hat stance, coming after he joined the Nation of Islam and ditched his birth name Cassius Clay, angered many Americans, who called him a coward and a draft dodger. Others, though, considered him a hero – one that would go to Iraq and negotiate with Saddam Hussein to engineer the release of 15 U.S. civilian hostages in 1990 and receive the 2005 Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Ali’s wars came in the squared circle, where he also battled archrival Joe Frazier in three of the greatest boxing matches of all time before retiring from the ring in December 1981 with a 56-5 record and the title as the most recognizable person on Earth.
“When I fly on an airplane,” Ali once told film critic Roger Ebert, “I look out of the window and I think, ‘I am the only person that everyone down there knows about.’ ”
Born in Louisville, Ky., on Jan. 17, 1942, Ali first entered the world spotlight when he captured a gold medal at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. He composed one of his first poems:
“To make America the greatest is my goal,
So I beat the Russians, and I beat the Pole,
And for the USA won the medal of gold.
Italians said, ‘You’re greater than the Cassius of old.’ ”
Unlike most heavyweight boxers of his day, he had uncommon quickness and elusiveness, describing his style as “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.”
Outside the ropes, he showed a witty, intelligent side (even though he suffered from dyslexia and had trouble reading while growing up) and learned from pro wrestler Gorgeous George how to spewed braggadocio. He took verbal assaults to a level never before reached in the annals of sport -- then backed up pretty much every boast or prediction he made.
At age 22 in February 1964, he surprised the surly 7-to-1 favorite Sonny Liston in Miami (he clowned around with The Beatles on their first trip to the States before the fight, and George Harrison would later call him “quite cute”) to take the heavyweight title for the first time. “I shook up the world! I shook up the world,” he shouted in the ring.
He beat Liston again 15 months later in Lewiston, Maine; Neil Leifer’s shot of Ali hovering over his fallen competitor is one of the most memorable sports photographs ever taken.
In April 1967, Ali was arrested in Houston after he refused induction into the U.S. Armed Forces. The New York State Athletic Commission quickly suspended his boxing license and stripped him of his title, and other state commissions followed suit.
On June 28, 1971, the Supreme Court overturned Ali’s conviction. (His legal battle was the subject of two projects in 2013: the HBO telefilm Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight and the documentary The Trials of Muhammad Ali).
“When I look back, I see only what I have accomplished,” he wrote in his 2004 autobiography,The Soul of a Butterfly: Reflections on Life’s Journey. “The price I paid was nothing compared to what I gained. I lost the championship title. I lost three and a half of my prime fighting years. I lost financial security and public acclaim, but I gained something greater by giving it all up — a title no man or government could ever take away: I was the People’s Champion.”
In his third fight since returning from suspension, he lost to Frazier in a 15-round unanimous decision in March 1971 in New York’s Madison Square Garden in “The Fight of the Century.” Frank Sinatra was ringside to photograph the bout for Life magazine.
After avenging that defeat in a non-title bout back at the Garden in January 1974, Ali met his rival again in October 1975 in the Philippines for “The Thrilla in Manilla,” with Ali prevailing when Frazier could not come off his stool for the 14th round. Both fighters were exhausted and struggling to survive.
“I remember telling [trainer] Angelo [Dundee] after I won that it was the closest I’d ever come to dying,” he wrote in his book.
In September 1976, Ali beat Ken Norton in Yankee Stadium in New York in their third meeting, And seven months after a shocking loss to Leon Spinks, he avenged that defeat in New Orleans in September 1978 to become heavyweight champ for an unprecedented third time.
Ali’s other brushes with the world of entertainment included a cameo in the 1962 film version ofRequiem for a Heavyweight; appearing as a mystery guest (can you imagine?) on a 1965 episode of What’s My Line?; starring on Broadway during his exile in the 1969 short-lived musical Buck White; as the subject of a Dean Martin Celebrity Roast in 1976; making sportscaster Howard Cosell a frequent foil on Saturday afternoons on ABC’s Wide World of Sports; sparring with Rockystar Sylvester Stallone on stage at the 1977 Oscars; showing up on episodes of Diff’rent Strokes,Vegas and Touched by an Angel; and refereeing Hulk Hogan’s WrestleMania I bout in 1985.

"God came for his champion," Mike Tyson tweeted in remembrance of the former heavyweight champion.

An outpouring of tributes flooded social media following the death of three-time heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, who battled Parkinson's syndrome for 32 years, on Friday night.
Former professional athlete Mike Tyson, Caitlyn Jenner and Floyd Mayweather were among those who mourned the loss of the boxing great. Tyson tweeted that "God came for his champion," while Mayweather wrote, "Not a day went by entering the gym that I didn't think of you. Your charisma, your charm and above all, your class are all of the elements that will be greatly missed by myself and the world."
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Friday, June 3, 2016

Lost your phone? Google can help you find it and secure your account and data. Check it out

Note: these are some of the steps needed to find your lost phone/device. You have to go to the setting on how to find your lost phone. Click the link provided at the bottom of the article for the complete procedure.

Example :

Select a phone or tablet

Then try some simple steps, like showing the location or locking the screen, to help you secure it. For your security, you’ll need to sign in after selecting a device.

Last synced: May 29, 2016 at 10:47 AM

Next step

Erasing your device prevents others from seeing your content. If you choose to erase:
  • Google may not be able to completely erase all memory cards on your device
  • Find your phone and Android Device Manager can no longer locate, ring, or lock your phone
  • You’ll permanently lose access to all info on your device that wasn’t recently backed up to Google
Your phone will be erased the next time it’s online. If it doesn’t come online again, it won’t be erased.
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