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Wednesday, August 26, 2017

I’m signing this post from China where I’m on a team working hard to pull off a few tasks that would have already been done if we weren’t walking around with a heavy backpack at all times. They were nice enough to accommodate us with the availability of their computers and wifi to write this post. (Both Tricia and I both had to return home last night as we were not feeling well).

Tuesday, August 25, 2017

The other day while reading through the New Testament looking for notes to write a KJV version comparison post, I found these scripture verses:

Married women were counted as slaves and were subject to their husbands. John 19:25

And when Mary saw him she thought he was the gardener, and she began to say to him, “Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him.”

Monday, August 24, 2017

Katherine Johnson aka Maa-ji.
I like her character and I liked the movie too. She was funny and wise. She said all the truth.

But she was still.

I had never thought about her as a race-card playing pig until a friend, Mark, showed me this picture and quote where she was described by Nathan Glazener: “As a black female, her position in the history of America was of the greatest importance. For the first time, a black woman was being portrayed as equal to a white man.” This is offensive to all of us who have worked so hard to get to this point.

How is it possible for a person who so loved the race to act this way?

God knows what they saw in this woman. But how can He stand for what we see in ourselves.

For instance, I’m not saying to play the race card. That’s not what this is about. But there are events in every person’s life that we as blacks have to go through to understand what they went through.

Let me explain.

The first time I ever saw Katherine Johnson as the heroine in a movie, it was “Hidden Figures”. When I first heard of it, I was very excited. I love the story. I love these women. Every time I hear about Johnson it’s always about her being a computer genius. She invented the BAM (Bomb-Arming Computer) and a few other things, but she


Story of a Fallen Angel, Florante And Laura
by Francisco Balagtas (Balagtas)
Translated by Tuloy Dalisay
Published by Venera Lloret, inc.
Copyright 20-2015
The Power of Truth :
A Novel by Francisco Balagtas
by Tuloy Dalisay
Published by Venera Lloret, inc.
All rights reserved.
No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any other information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the Publisher.
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This translation from the Tagalog original is my doing. For the English – Tagalog version, I’d like to thank two-time award-winning author Larry Shigley, who helped me correct the English throughout.
From the Author:
Over the years, as it became more and more obvious that languages, like people, are inherently flawed, I felt the need to learn other languages to ensure that I wouldn’t be misled by mischievously crafted stories. I chose to learn Tagalog, because I was taught that its language was the easiest to learn for non-Tagalog speakers. I’ve devoted the years since then to learning Tagalog, and now I feel that I can speak it with a fluency bordering on perfection.
This book is the result of my efforts. It’s not an autobiography or a fictionalized account of my life, but rather an honest look at the machinations of the mind. The method of writing is entirely different from how I express myself in conversation.
I’d also like to thank my dear friend, Larry Shigley, who by editing my first work, has helped me to become a more proficient writer.
Note: The term “Tagalog” applies to the language of the Philippines, as opposed to “Tagalog language”, which refers to a combination of different dialects.

Location: Florante and Laura in the Philippines

The Story of Florante and Laura

By Francisco Baltazar #MKmAPambata.

Synopsis 1- Florante A bought a house from an old man- Oren. Then Florante married Laura to Oren to be the first lady of Florante’s house.

2- The story starts in a beautiful garden of Florante’s house. Florante is there with his “two aides” Maestro and Amal. Oren who bought the house from Florante arrives with his daughter Luisa and waits for his bride. Florante is ready to hand over his house to Oren and to start a new life with his beloved Laura. He greets Oren and his young bride with respect, asking them to enter the house which Oren prefers, it is full of his memories.

3- Amal, Maestro, and Oren are ready to take possession of the house and its garden, but Florante and his beloved Laura are not. Florante refuses to leave the house which is Oren’s house and where he is married to Laura. All of them, including Florante and Laura, are surprised and annoyed because Florante is not happy to part from the house. Florante insists to stay.

4- Luisa shows the house to her husband Oren who is pleased that Florante will not leave. Oren intends to use his stay in Florante’s house to find out if the old lady is really his long lost mother. Florante listens. He tells Oren that his long lost mother is none other than a woman he saw a long time ago which that Florante could not recognize. Oren does not believe Florante at all. He is more interested in the garden since he is planning to keep it with Luisa.

5- Amal, Maestro, and Oren go in Florante’s garden. Florante and Laura stay alone in the house because Oren has a stomach ache. Maestro and Amal love to make fun of the young couple. They walk around in the garden, Maestro points at Florante and laughs, “You are old already to go with that woman. Oren will make your daughter into a beautiful woman just like Luisa.” Maestro continues laughing:

“Oren is a man, he will take away the garden from you, marry your wife with