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Recipes for Children's Dreams

RECIPE’S FOR CHILDREN’S DREAMS
Among others, here are the best chefs who participated in the “Fund Raising Project for the realization of St. Hannibal’s Children Center.”
MELCHOR TAYLO Diamond Hotel
CHRISTIAN WERDENBERG Dusit Thani, Manila
CYRILLE SOENEN Brasserie Cicou
TANKE TANTEKO Restaurant 1521
MARC CHALOPIN AOF – Enderun College
CHEONGYAN SEE Enderun College
MAURO ARJONA Uncle Cheffy and Blanc
MARC  AUBRY Champetre Restaurant
MARTIN KASPAR L’ Entrecote Restaurant
CHRIS LOCHER C-Italian Restaurant
HANS RUDOLF NEUKON The Palms Country Club, Alabang
COLIN MACKAY People’s Palace Restaurant
JEAN – PIERRE MIGNE Hans Gourmet S.I. at ADB
POLLY GARILAO Ms. Polly’s Specialty Cakes
ROSALIE VALERA Center Table Catering
PINKY ANONUEVO Pinky’s Goodies
VIC AND ELLIE AMISTOSO Roasted Calf Vaca de Leche
Philippe Bartholomi Century Park Hotel

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Recipes for Children's Dreams

RECIPE’S FOR CHILDREN’S DREAMS
http://dreams.rcj.ph
St. Hannibal's Children Center 65 St. Hannibal St., Merville Park 

Among others, here are the best chefs who participated in the “Fund Raising Project for the realization of St. Hannibal’s Children Center.”
MELCHOR TAYLO Diamond Hotel
CHRISTIAN WERDENBERG Dusit Thani, Manila
CYRILLE SOENEN Brasserie Cicou
TANKE TANTEKO Restaurant 1521
MARC CHALOPIN AOF – Enderun College
CHEONGYAN SEE Enderun College
MAURO ARJONA Uncle Cheffy and Blanc
MARC  AUBRY Champetre Restaurant
MARTIN KASPAR L’ Entrecote Restaurant
CHRIS LOCHER C-Italian Restaurant
HANS RUDOLF NEUKON The Palms Country Club, Alabang
COLIN MACKAY People’s Palace Restaurant
JEAN – PIERRE MIGNE Hans Gourmet S.I. at ADB
POLLY GARILAO Ms. Polly’s Specialty Cakes
ROSALIE VALERA Center Table Catering
PINKY ANONUEVO Pinky’s Goodies
VIC AND ELLIE AMISTOSO Roasted Calf Vaca de Leche

 /rose flores martinez 11.25.2011

One Sweet Rain

Rain is my teardrop from sky’s glass castles From heaven it comes to your hands, it slides It lets you seek white clouds and up the sky Brush lashes, wipe eyes, each time you cry
Rain reminds you of a Great God, who cares It lets you feel my love, it whispers nigh How I adore, I keep your every kiss In my heart, when it rains, our love’s a bliss!
Rain, drops in the fields in time of sorrow Fill hearts with hope now and tomorrow Wash white as snow, tender, pure and fragrant The angels chant in the drum strings of rain

Rainbows form; magenta, pink, and blue Connecting valleys, cliffs, and mountains Splatter in river, shred showers of falls A baptism sudden in the dessert, calls
Rain, rain, let cradle your tired day I think of you, my life, in every way And when things come and seem to be unfair Let raindrops fall, your tear is mine to bear
Rain, rain I love you more, when it rains When together we’d hold like roots and lighting When together we’d hug like torrents, You and I;  one sweet rain from God’s heart…

For Willie from RoseVoc2

For Willie November 22, 2011
You are God given Without you, I wouldn’t know What real love means
What is to be a mother What is to be strong How to love the rain How to gently touch dew on petals How to find joy in small things How to write letters How to kneel and pray
For me, you are a genius And you shared a lot And though your imperfections God, did the rest for you You never failed Because I have loved you All my life.
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, We pray for the living and the dead  Have mercy on us, We trust in You.
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James Morrison from You Tube. Thank you.

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Pope Benedict XVI. Thank you for sharing / You Tube

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By Isagani R. Cruz/ from Philippine Star. Thank you

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Publishing your first book
MINI CRITIQUE By Isagani Cruz(The Philippine Star) Updated November 03, 2011 12:00 AMComments (1)





You have your manuscript all ready to share with the world. What do you do? You go to a publisher. (I’m speaking only of the Philippines. If you want to be published abroad, you have to go to a literary agent, but that’s another column.)
The thing to remember is that no publisher is like any other. Every publisher is unique.
For example, one publisher will take the manuscript from you and tell you to just wait for the launching. This publisher will take care of everything, from editing, designing, marketing, and selling your book. Another publisher will consult you at every stage of the process, asking you to revise certain portions of your book, giving you samples of cover designs, working with you on the program for the launching, and so on.
In publishing, size matters. A publisher with hundreds of titles might be willing to risk several thousand pesos on your b…

St. Rita of Casia, pray for us.

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Randy David: Children of the Dew

They live underneath the rafters of the Guadalupe bridge that spans the historic Pasig River.  Right above them is Edsa, the busy highway framed by gigantic glittering billboards, where traffic famously crawls during the rush hours.  During the day, they sleep, or stare blankly at the muddy river, sedated by the vapor of solvent and glue that they sniff from hazy plastic bags. At night, they roam the wide boulevard searching for handbags or necklaces or mobile phones to snatch from harried passengers waiting for their ride.  The first time they were caught by the CCTV cameras of the Metro Manila Development Authority, they were pouncing on a slow moving taxi whose doors they had opened. As the startled driver tried to close the doors, a boy swiftly grabbed the small box under the wheel where the driver kept his day’s earnings.  They all then dashed away, deftly sidestepping the onrushing vehicles on the other side of the highway. Residents of the nearby squatter community refer to them …