tong its

8 of hearts is part of a set…

all hearts,

7 and 9…

and he is the 8 of clubs and 8 of spades,
and she is the 8 of diamonds…
and beside her, the 9 and 10 of diamonds…

to each part of him,
she’s the only solution,

and to the diamonds,

she is an option…

he is also
but an option…

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~ by saikow on March 19, 2009.

4 Responses to “tong its”

  1. PSYCHOSIS – (from the Greek word “psuche”, for mind or soul, and “-osis”, for abnormal condition), with adjective PSYCHOTIC, literally means abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a “loss of contact with reality”. People suffering from psychosis are said to be PSYCHOTIC.

    People experiencing psychosis may report hallucinations or delusional beliefs, and may exhibit personality changes and disorganized thinking. This may be accompanied by unusual or bizarre behavior, as well as difficulty with social interaction and impairment in carrying out the activities of daily living.

    NEUROSIS – Most psychiatrists and other mental health experts use the term neurosis, or neurotic disorder, for any of a group of mild mental illnesses. Neuroses are characterized by such symptoms as anxiety, insecurity, depression, and unreasonable fears. Most people have these feelings occasionally. But a person who suffers a neurotic disorder has them frequently or even constantly. Such feelings interfere with the individual’s life and relations with others.

    PSYCHOSOMATIC REACTION – is an interdisciplinary medical field studying psychosomatic illness, now more commonly referred to as psychophysiologic illness or disorder, whose symptoms are caused by mental processes of the sufferer rather than immediate physiological causes. These syndromes are classified as neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders by The World Health Organization in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems.

    PERSONALITY DISORDERS – formerly referred to as character disorders, are a class of personality styles which deviate from the contemporary expectations of a society. Diagnosis of personality disorders is very subjective; however, inflexibile and pervasive behavioral patterns often cause serious personal and social difficulties, as well as a general functional impairment. Rigid and on-going patterns of feeling, thinking, and behavior are said to be caused by underlying belief systems and these systems are referred to as fixed fantasies or “dysfunctional schemata” (Cognitive modules).

  2. Zarra Kaye A. Bonifacio
    1BST-F1
    Written Report

    Ecosystem:

    An ecosystem is a natural unit consisting of all plants, animals and micro-organisms (biotic factors) in an area functioning together with all of the physical (abiotic) factors of the environment. An ecosystem is a unit of interdependent organisms which share the same habitat. Ecosystems usually form a number of food webs which show the interdependence of the organisms within the ecosystem.
    The term “ecosystem” was coined in 1930 by Roy Clapham to denote the combined physical and biological components of an environment. British ecologist Arthur Tansley later refined the term, describing it as “The whole system,… including not only the organism-complex, but also the whole complex of physical factors forming what we call the environment”. Tansley regarded ecosystems not simply as natural units, but as “mental isolates”. Tansley later defined the spatial extent of ecosystems using the term “ecotope”.
    Central to the ecosystem concept is the idea that living organisms interact with every other element in their local environment. Eugene Odum, a founder of ecology, stated: “Any unit that includes all of the organisms (ie: the “community”) in a given area interacting with the physical environment so that a flow of energy leads to clearly defined trophic structure, biotic diversity, and material cycles (ie: exchange of materials between living and nonliving parts) within the system is an ecosystem.” The human ecosystem concept is then grounded in the deconstruction of the human/nature dichotomy and the premise that all species are ecologically integrated with each other, as well as with the abiotic constituents of their biotope.

    Examples of ecosystems:

    – Aquatic ecosystem
    – Coral reef
    – Desert
    – Human ecosystem
    – Large marine ecosystem
    – Marine ecosystem
    – Rainforest
    – Urban ecosystem

    Advantages:

    – Balance nature
    – fresh and clean environment

    Disadvantages:

    – global warming
    – deforestation
    – radiation
    – green house effect
    – pollution
    – and other calamities…

  3. People Power Revolution
    “People Power” redirects here. For the Thai and Australian political party, see People Power Party.
    For other uses, see EDSA Revolution.

    Commemorative statue of the Revolution at Camp Aguinaldo
    The People Power Revolution (also known as the EDSA Revolution and the Philippine Revolution of 1986) was a series of nonviolent and prayerful mass street demonstrations in the Philippines that occurred in 1986.[1] It is sometimes referred to as the Yellow Revolution due to the presence of yellow ribbons during the arrival of Ninoy Aquino.[2][3] These protests were the culmination of a long resistance by the people against the 20-year running authoritarian[4] regime of then president Ferdinand Marcos and made news headlines as “the revolution that surprised the world”.[5] The majority of the demonstrations took place at Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, known more commonly by its acronym EDSA, in Quezon City, Metropolitan Manila and involved over 200,000 Filipino civilians as well as several political, military, and religious figures, such as Jaime Cardinal Sin. The protests, fueled by a resistance and opposition of years of corrupt governance by Marcos, occurred from February 22 to 25 in 1986, when Marcos fled Malacañang Palace to the United States and conceded[6] to Corazon Aquino as President of the Philippines.

    BALIK TANAW SA EDSA REVOLUTION – 02/24/86

    Bagama’t dalawang araw na ang lumipas mula ng magtago si Enrile at Ramos sa Camp Crame bilang hudyat ng simula ng coup attempt laban sa mga Marcos na nagsimula nuong Feb. 22, 1986, bantulot pa rin akong pumunta sa EDSA upang magbigay ng supporta tulad ng panawagan ni Cardinal Sin sa Radio Veritas sa mga mamamayang Pilipino.

    Natatakot na rin kasi akong makisali sa mga anti-Marcos protests, ang huli kasi ay ng habulin kami ng mga Metrocom sa Pasay City Hall ng gabi ng canvassing sa SNAP Election nuong Feb 7, 1986; kung saan ako ay NAMFREL Volunteer. Kami ay kinaladkad, itinaboy at pinalo ng kanilang mga truncheons upang hindi kami makapagbigay ng serbisyo sa naturang bilangan ng boto. Ang ilan kong kasama ay napalo, nabukulan at nakulong pansamantala.

    Pebrero 24, Lunes, alas otso ng umaga, pumasok pa ako sa Soriano Corp., sa Ayala, Makati, pero pagdating ko ay main gate ay sinabihan kami na wala kaming pasok dahil sarado ang mga pangunahing kalye. Kaya’t kasama ang ilang opismeyt tulad ni peping na taga Malibay, nakauniporme pa kami ng barong ay nagtungo kami sa EDSA. Lulan ng kotse ng isang barkada, nagpark kami bago dumating sa POEA buliding at nagsimulang maglakad sa malawak na kalye ng EDSA kasabay sa agos ng libo-libong tao na patungo sa Camp Crame.

    Tila isang malaking dagat ng tao ang aking nasaksihan na pinagsama-sama, may iba’t ibang pananampalataya, mayaman at mahirap, mga burgis at mga elitista, estudyante at mga propesyunal, mga taong nais makibahagi sa EDSA People’s Revolution, nakikiusyoso lang o tunay na supporter, tulad ko, bahagi pa rin sila ng makasaysayang pagtitipon.

    Ang mabilis na pagtakbo ng mga kamay ng orasan, ay di ko alintana, nakita ko ang karamihan ng aking mga kasama sa kumpanya na taga Aviation Department na nag-volunteer sa pamamahagi ng mga libreng inumin na produkto ng San Miguel Corp. at mga tinapay mula sa nakaparadang van.

    Nagpatuloy ako sa paglalakad hanggang sa marating ko ang harap na pinto ng Camp Crame, nang biglang magsigawan at magtakbuhan ang mga tao. Sa bilis ng pangyayari, natagpuan ko ang sarili ko na pumapanhik sa bakod ng Crame kasama ang di mabilang na tao upang maging human shield sa mga sundalo sa banta ng papalapag na mga helicopter ng Air Force na kinabibilangan pala ni Maj. Gen. Sotelo, mga supporter din pala nila Ramos at Enrile. Sa pagkakataong ito ay napahiwalay ako sa aking mga kasamahan.

    Di ko maipaliwanag ang kasiyahan na may halo pa ring kaba at takot, nanatili ako sa EDSA ground hanggang hapon, kahalubilo ang mga di kilalang tao, mula sa mga improvised speakers, at mga portable radio na bitbit nila, aming pinakikinggan ang madamdaming pagbabalita ni June Kiethley.

    Halos 4.00 pm na ng hapon ng maramdaman kong kumakalam na rin ang aking sikmura, bagama’t may mga pagkaing libre na iniaalok ng mga volunteers ay minabuti ko na munang umuwi dahil napuna kong marumi na rin ang suot kong puting barong at puno ng alikabok ang itim kong pantalon at sapatos. Nagsimula akong maglakad papalayo ng Crame hanggang sa makakuha ako ng bus na masasakyan sa may bandang Mandaluyong. Gabi na rin ng marating ko ang aming bahay sa Tramo, tila normal ang takbo ng buhay dito, di alintana ang kaganapan habang nagtatagayan ang mga lasengo sa kalye.

    Bukas babalik ulit ako sa EDSA, bulong ko sa aking sarili. Sundan sa ikalawang bahagi… BALIK TANAW SA EDSA REVOLUTION – 02/25/86

  4. JULIET

    INTRO

    e:—————————————|
    B:—————————————|
    G:—–7—-6—–7—–6—————-|
    D:————————–7–4———| } x2
    A:—5—-5—-5—-5——————–|
    E:—————————————|

    VERSE:

    D D B G

    PRECHORUS:

    D…

    CHORUS:

    B D G A

    VERSE, PRECHORUS, CHORUS…

    BRIDGE:

    G E D A

    CHORUS…

    >>>>

    ======================================

    BROKEN

    VERSE:

    Bm D G G
    Bm D G Em
    Bm D G G
    Bm D G Em

    PRECHORUS:

    G A Bm Bm
    G A F#m F#m
    G A F#m G
    D

    CHORUS:

    Em Bm D A
    Em Bm D A
    G Bm D A
    Em Bm A A

    VERSE, PRECHORUS, CHORUS:

    >>>>

    Let me hold you for the last time, it’s the last chance to feel again
    But you broke me, now I can’t feel anything

    When I love you, it’s so untrue, I can’t even convince myself
    When I’m speaking, It’s the voice of someone else

    Oh it tears me up
    I try to hold on, but it hurts too much
    I try to forgive, but it’s not enough
    to make it all okay

    You can’t play on broken strings, you can’t feel anything
    That your heart don’t want to feel. I can’t tell you something that ain’t real

    Oh the truth hurts and lies worse. How can I give anymore
    When I love you a little less than before

    Oh what are we doing? We are turning into dust
    Playing house in the ruins of us

    Running back through the fire when there’s nothing left to save
    It’s like chasing the very last train when it’s too late

    Oh it tears me up
    I try to hold on, but it hurts too much
    I try to forgive, but it’s not enough
    to make it all okay

    You can’t play on broken strings, you can’t feel anything
    That your heart don’t want to feel. I can’t tell you something that ain’t real

    But we’re running through the fire, when there’s nothing left to save
    It’s like chasing the very last train when we both know it’s too late (too late)

    You can’t play on broken strings you can’t feel anything
    That your heart don’t want to feel I can’t tell you something that ain’t real

    Well the truth hurts and lies worse. How can I give anymore
    When I love you a little less than before

    Oh when I love you a little less than before

    Let me hold you for the last time
    It’s the last chance to feel again

    ======================================

    RAINS

    Intro: Am x 2

    Guitar 1 :

    E |——11—11—13—1315—|——11—-11—————–|
    B |–9h11–11—11—-11—-11-|-9h11—11—-11-9-11-9-8——|
    G |—————————-|——————————-|
    D |—————————-|——————————-|2x
    A |—————————-|——————————-|
    E |—————————-|——————————-|

    Guitar 2 : F Am C F G Am x 2 C

    C Am
    And when it rains,
    F C Am
    On this side of town it touches, everything.
    F C
    Just say it again and mean it.
    F
    We don’t miss a thing, You made yourself a bed
    C
    At the bottom of the blackest hole
    F
    And convinced yourself that
    C G
    It’s not the reason you don’t see the sun anymore

    F Am C
    And oh, oh, how could you do it?
    F G Am
    Oh I, I never saw it coming.
    F Am C
    Oh, oh, I need the ending.
    F G
    So why can’t you stay
    Am C
    Just long enough to explain?

    Am
    And when it rains,
    F C
    Will you always find an escape?
    Am F C
    Just running away from all of the ones who love you,
    F
    From everything. you made yourself a bed
    C
    At the bottom of the blackest hole
    F
    And you’ll sleep ’til May
    C G
    And you’ll say that you don’t want to see the sun anymore

    F Am C
    And oh, oh, how could you do it?
    F G Am
    Oh I, I never saw it coming.
    F Am C
    Oh, oh, I need the ending.
    F G
    So why can’t you stay
    Am C
    Just long enough to explain?

    Am G F
    Take your time.
    Am G F
    Take my time.

    Am G
    Take these chances to turn it around.
    F
    Take these chances, we’ll make it somehow
    Am G
    And take these chances to turn it around.
    F
    Just turn it around.

    F Am C
    And oh, oh, how could you do it?
    F G Am
    Oh I, I never saw it coming.
    F Am C
    And oh, oh, how could you do it?
    F G Am
    Oh I, I never saw it coming.
    F Am C
    And oh, oh, how could you do it?
    F G Am
    Oh I, I never saw it coming.
    F Am C
    Oh, oh, I need the ending.
    F G
    So why can’t you stay
    Am C
    Just long enough to explain?

    Am G F
    You can take your time, take my time.

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