Sarong balalakaw an minadungaw duman sa may sirangan
Garo bagang nagpapaaram sa aldaw na pasulnop na ngonian
Minsan ngani an kabanga sa panganoron dagos nang napara
Mabrilyo siyang minangirit
Dara an ogma kan pagsasaro kan Dampog nan Bangraw na pawara na!
Every day might be one’s doomsday. One faces judgment and then leaves this physical world. At least that’s one belief I hold on. We can always subscribe to Zoroaster’s teaching and those of our own religious beliefs on what happens to us after we breathe our last…
Resting in peace is, of course, a heavenly reward….
In the meantime, since you survive today… be thankful. Enjoy that “extension” and continue to inspire others. It’s all in the heart.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been furious of how some fanatics overly reacted on the doom’s day thing, all based on that exaggerated Mayan calendar interpretation.
It was annoying that even those whom you deemed as highly intellectual and spiritual combined believed on the 12/21/12 prophecy… even channeling this frantic news.
What was really my belief on the apocalypse???
Firstly, the world has its end. Though, I may partly agree with some scientific theories explaining how our earth may face its doom, I believe more on the Biblical enlightenment of how we may have our ‘judgment day’:
“No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father” – Matthew 24:36
Lastly, as I have said on my previous blog, I believe on that rainbow promise God made to Noah.
“The rainbow that I have put in the sky will be my sign to you and to every living creature on earth. It will remind you that I will keep this promise forever. When I send clouds over the earth, and a rainbow appears in the sky,I will remember my promise to you and to all other living creatures.” – Book of Genesis 9: 12-15
Arguments may arise as I quote the later Biblical verse for it holds one claim: God promised that the earth and everything living on it would never again be destroyed by a flood. Sci-Fi aficionados may again insist of solar flares, earthquakes and tsunamis, asteroid impacts and more as other means. Well, these might be scientifically probable but I again hold on to the former verse I quoted. End of argument.
On Tuesday morning (that was 12/12/12) while we were on our trip to the island, a rainbow seemed to welcome us a few hundred meters where we embarked… it was such a pleasant sight…
The rainbow made me think of two things…
(1) Gay pride… and what this org is trying to push – the passing of the anti-descrimination law! The lgbt claims that though the Philippine society is tolerant of lgbt affairs/relations and that there is an air of social acceptance to people like us, nothing (about lgbt rights) is reflected in our laws.
(2) I am reminded of God’s promise to Noah. The world will end as told in the Scriptures but no one can really tell! The Hysteria Channel might have been triumphant in sowing fear by airing Nostradamus and the Mayan calendar predictions but the rainbow that graced my morning told me “everything will gonna be ok
The next time i’ll see a rainbow… i might be thinking of the pot of gold at its end or the slide-slide bekimon thing…
One thing is for sure – it will be on my instagram.
Life is about getting inspired… and being an inspiration!