July 22, 2009 Wednesday, 1:30 pm lunch at Mama Anika.
Mama Anika: Marika, anak kain na….
Marika: mamaya na po…
Blu: ang sarap naman ng pritong isda at ginisang munggo…sana araw-araw..
Mama Anika: heh! ano ka sinuswerte! ano parati na lang libre…
Blu: biro lang naman…kung makakalusot eh…
Mama Anika: Marika! ano ba…
Marika: sandali na lang po….
Blu: Ano ba kasi ang pinapanood ni Marika?
Mama Anika: hay..naku matatawa ka sa madidiscover mo?
Blu: Marika…ano ba pinapanood mo?
Marika: si Teray po…ang buhay ni Teray!
Blu: siya si Teray! (namutla ang Blu)…
pagkatapos kumain, dali-dali akong umuwi upang ipagpatuloy ang aking research na naumpisahan tungkol sa pudpod na lapis.
una, ito ang aking natagpuan:
pangalawa, hinanap ko ang koneksyon ng pudpod na lapis at si teray! after so many attempts ito ang lumabas:
pudpod na lapis ni marika
si teray ang friend ni marika
blu pencil , ang title ng post:
the continuing saga
A pencil stub lies on a little wooden table in the passage outside the chapel of the “Gift of Mary” House in the Vatican. In an age dominated by “virtual reality” that pencil could symbolize the secret of a very concrete “network of charity”. In fact, for the 4,000 Missionaries of Charity, the pencil – a humble and simple tool – recalls the very meaning of their vocation of serving the poorest of the poor in whom they recognize Christ.
They clearly remember Mother Teresa’s words: “I am only a little pencil in God’s hand”. It was precisely a pencil which a Missionary of Charity brought to the altar during the Offertory on the day of Mother Teresa’s funeral, celebrated in Calcutta on 13 September 1997. “That was a sister’s idea, in order to honour Mother who loved to describe herself as ‘God’s pencil’.
Jesus has so many pencils. He uses one as long as it lasts, then he takes another and yet another. We are all pencils of God that get worn down, we are only the ‘temporary’ pencils that God uses to write the history of charity”
p.s. i will off for a long week-end and i am not sure if i will have access with the computer. Happy week-end dear friends and may Jesus bless you all!