The Parable of the Rooster The rooster had a severe case of elusion of grandeur. He believed that he was superior to everyone in every way. It first became evident right after hatching. He packed all the other chicks into submission. He lorded it over all the others. This he continued to do when he became a rooster. He not only pecked the other chickens. He also attacked them with his spurs until the others were blooded and fled away. The rooster did not even allow the other cocks to crow. In the morning, he alone announced the start of … Continue reading The Parable of the Rooster
Scott WebbHello Lover, Soft glances over broken bottles you’re getting ready to leave with the morning air and I can’t stop you and I can’t watch you. and I can’t hold you back.because you can’t hold back what isn’t yours. and you certainly were never mine. sometimes I wonder if I myself, was ever mine.… via To The One Who Was Never Mine — Thought Catalog Continue reading To The One Who Was Never Mine — Thought Catalog
Join and be part of our unforgettable one in a lifetime celebration. There will be exciting games, presentations and the much awaited parade of Mr. and Ms. Alumni 2016 candidates from different batches who graduated in our beloved school, and the APOLINARIO MABINI look a like presentation from different sections from kinder to grade6. God bless us all… Continue reading A. MABINI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WILL BE CELEBRATING ITS 70th FOUNDATION DAY!!!
Once upon a time, there was a selfish man. He liked everything to be his own. He could not share his belongings with anyone, not even his friends or the poor. One day, the man lost thirty gold coins. He went to his friend’s house and told him how he lost his gold coins. His friend was a kind man. As his friend’s daughter was coming from an errand she found thirty gold coins, when she arrived home, she told her father what she had found. The girl’s father told her that the gold coins belong to his friend and … Continue reading THE SELFISH MAN
“WORDS AND ACTIONS SHOULD BE THE SAME” There once was a boy who loved eating sweets. He always asked for sweets from his father. His father was a poor man. He could not always afford sweets for his son. But the little boy did not understand this, and demanded sweets all the time. The boy’s father thought hard about how to stop the child asking for so many sweets. There was a very holy man living nearby at that time. The boy’s father had an idea. He decided to take the boy to the great man who might be able … Continue reading
neoklikThere are three kinds of people in the world. People who believe in soulmates, people who absolutely do not, and people like me: the uncertain ones, the skeptics. I didn’t always feel this way. I grew up in standard 90’s girl culture of princesses, formal gender roles, and the idea that one day you’ll fall… via This Is Why You Will Never End Up With Your Soulmate — Thought Catalog Continue reading This Is Why You Will Never End Up With Your Soulmate — Thought Catalog
Camila CordeiroSomeone I was dating once called me a runner. He didn’t call me that because I actually enjoy physically running. In fact, I hate running. He meant I ran away from places, people and things that make me feel unhappy. To be blunt, he was telling me, in a poetic way, that he thought I ran away… via I’m A Runner — And I’m Still Running Away From You — Thought Catalog Continue reading I’m A Runner — And I’m Still Running Away From You — Thought Catalog