Thursday, February 23, 2012


1. Don’t express your opinion freely and unsought.

2. Don’t feel superior to three of your best friends.

3. Do not eat alone.

4. Read front-page murder stories.

5. Be interested in tests like this.

6. Talk about your aspirations, disappointments and 

7. Don’t barrow often.

8. Don’t be a “Dutch treat” addict.

9. When you describe something that has happened, don’t give every small detail.

10. Entertain even if entertaining costs money.

11. Don’t pride yourself upon your absolute frankness.

12. Be fond of children (not your own).

13. Don’t keep people waiting when you have an appointment with them.

14. Don’t play practical jokes.

15. Never think if silly for middle-aged people to fall in love.

16. Don’t cordially dislike more than seven people.

17. Never nurse grudges.

18. Use frequently such as words “awfully,” “dreadfully,” “terribly.”

19. Never be irritated to telephone operators and salesmen.

20. Don’t consider stupid and uninteresting the people who do not share your enthusiasm for music, books, sports.

21. Never break your word as often as you keep it.

22. Never criticize often, and to their faces, your family, your best friends, and your employees.

23. Don’t be depressed or discouraged when things go badly.

24. Be altogether glad of the success of your friends (when you are out of luck).

25. Indulge in interesting gossip.


Special Credit to: Julio F. Silverio


1. The aim of every human being should be to formulate a personal philosophy of life. One that will assist in the fulfillment of goals.

2. Build a sound personal philosophy by studying the philosophies of the great thinkers of the past and present.

3. Delve into philosophy, theology, metaphysics, psychology and psychic phenomena. Learn all you can about life.

4. The structure of your philosophy should be based on spiritual truths found in the Bible.

5. Set high standards for yourself to live up to. Practice the presence of God in your life.

6. Love yourself and your fellow man. All you owe anyone is love. An expression of love is one which attempts to make others truly happy in an unselfish way. Focus on love, dissolve hate, resentment and hostility.

7. Seek to express more and to experience more each day. Develop and use your creative talents.

8. The past should only be thought of in terms of ‘experience’ gained. The past is washed away by the tide of the future.


Special Credit to: Julio F. Silverio

Saturday, February 4, 2012


No one can teach you how to write a love letter, but here are a few tips:

1. Never be discreet. If you dare not stick you r neck out, you might as well not write the thing. If you are afraid you may regret your wild words later on, when you have cooled off you do not love her anyway.

2. Never be reliable. If she knows that exactly four pages will drop on her doormat by the first post, six days a week, she will treat them as casually as they deserve. Much better to keep her guessing, so that she never know whether she will get 18 pages, two lines, or nothing at all – or find it under her pillow and wonder how the hell it got there.  

3. If you can type, do. Some people are said to be annoyed by this – but not so – and they far more likely ot be annoyed by writing they cannot read. Besides, it means that you can keep a carbon (a) to avoid contradicting yourself, and (b) to give to your lawyer when the troble starts.

4. Love letters do not have to be truthful. She done not expect it; she expects to be moved by their intensity.

5. In extreme cases, love letters do not have to be complimentary. Lovers’ private language is so personal that it is impossible, really, for an outsider to pass judgment on it.

6. How is your spelling? Even if it’s shocking, make sure you get one thing right – her name. Address, “Anne” as “Ann,” or “Jayne” as “Jane” and you have probably had it before you start.


Special Credit to: Julio F. Silverio


1. Promise you’ll never love another.

2. Stand by him all the time.

3. Cheer him when he is lonely and you’ll go thru life with a smile.

4. Never lie to one another.

5. Consider him in all you do.

6. And when you love, love with all your heart until your life is through.

7. Always try to remember the way he feels inside, but do not forget to let your conscience be your guide.

8. Be the first to forgive him.

9. Never let the teardrops start.

10. And don’t just say the ten commandments, live them with your heart.


Special Credits to: Julio F. Silverio


1. Have the installation of your liquefied petroleum gas systems done by contractor experienced on these systems.

2. Periodically, the color of the flame should be examined. A yellow flame indicates poor combustion. Correct according to manufacturer’s instructions.

3. Once the system is in operation, a person should use his nose as well as his/her eyes in detecting leak. LP gas has been odorized, so it can be detected. However, exposure to a small leak for a period of time may desensitize a person’s ability to smell it.

4. Brush on a soap solution and look for bubbles in checking for leaks.

5. Vacate the premises once leak is detected.

6. Turn off the LP gas at tank.

7. Ventilate the house thoroughly if a leak occurs.

8. Remember that gas is heavier that air and will remain in low places for a long time unless driven out by a draft.

9. Correct the problem before you use the system again.

10. Place the storage thanks at a distance from building openings so any escaping gas cannot enter the building.

11. Make sure there is adequate air for combustion.

12. Check your fuel to make sure the burned gases are vented outside (and not leaking inside).

13. Don’t look for a leak with a lighted match, candle or other open light.

14. Don’t try to repair an unfamiliar system by yourself.

15. Don’t refill the storage tank after dark.

16. Don’t change the type of gas without having the system adjusted.

17. Don’t open the tank valves and allow vapor or liquid to escape into the air. Use gauge or weigh to check gas supply.

18. Don’t allow weeds and grass to grow or trash to collect around the supply tanks.

Special Credit to: Julio F. Silverio