Friendship improves happiness, and abates misery, by doubling our joys, and dividing our grief. —Joseph Addison
One time, on you I laid my eyes, So fast did melt my heart of ice; And burn within a raging fire, Fueled by my deep desire. I have breathed it like the air, To live without it I can’t dare. I have toiled it, seed in earth, Until it sprung and ripe for birth. […]
ASAWA: Dong, kanaug sa ubos sa balay kay mora’g naa’y kawatan! BANA: Di ko uy! Basin unya naa’y dalang sundang! ASAWA: Kaputi sad nimo’g itlog uy! BANA: Aw, ikaw na lang kanaug didto kay itom man ka’g bilat!
NANAY: Anak, angay na ta’ng mag-estorya bahin sa sex. ANAK: Sure, Nay! Unsa ma’y imong gustong mahibaw-an?
There are two types of people: those who come in and say, “Well, here I am” and those who come in and say, “Ah, there you are!”
The road to successs… …is under construction… …by you.
If time can heal heartaches… …is my watch broken?
Of all the lies I’ve ever heard, my favorite was “I love you.”
Dear Lord, lead me not into temptation, for I already know the way.
When you are thirsty and it seems you could drink the entire ocean, that is faith. But, when you start to drink and finish only a glass or two, that is science.