Friday, August 14, 2015

100 Truths about me

Since it's (almost )my Birthday, allow me to do this.

100 Truths about me

1. last beverage --> water
2. last phone call --> from my baby's doctor
3. last text message --> my wife
4. last song you listened to --> Something Holy Acoustic Version(Stellar Kart)
5. last time you cried --> Around 2 weeks ago, when I was praying.
6. dated someone twice --> Yeah
7. been cheated on --> Sigh, Yes
8. kissed someone & regretted it --> Yes
9. lost someone special --> Hmmm, yes?
10. been depressed --> Yes
11. been drunk and threw up --> Yes
12. Red
13. Blue
14. Orange

15. Made a new friend --> yes
16. Fallen out of love --> yes
17. Laughed until you cried --> no
18. Met someone who changed you --> Yes
19. Found out who your true friends were --> Yes
20. Found out someone was talking about you --> yes
21. Kissed anyone on your fb friend's list --> yes

22. How many people on your fb friends list do you know in real life --> around 95%
24. Do you have any pets --> nope
25. Do you want to change your name --> not really
26. What did you do for your last birthday --> Hmmmm, that was a year ago.
27. What time did you wake up today --> 1am and was not able to sleep the whole day.
28. What were you doing at midnight last night --> Programming.
29. Name something you CANNOT wait for --> Hmmm to get the Job I want.
30. Last time you saw your Mother --> Today in FB.
31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life --> I wish I did not rushed things.
32  ?
33. Have you ever talked to a person named Tom --> Yes, when we are looking for an apartment here in canada.
34. What's getting on your nerves right now --> Google Rejected my created app on playstore grrrrrr.
35. Most visited webpage --> facebook, Gmail, Youtube.
37. Nicknames -->Robert, Allan, Rab, Rob, Gwapo(chos!)
38. Relationship Status --> Happily Married
39. Zodiac sign --> Leo
40. Male or female? --> Male
41. Elementary --> Tanza Elementary
42. High School --> Malabon National HS
43. College --> Adamson university
44. Hair colour --> black
46. Height --> hmmm.. 5"3 (pag naka heals 5"4 lol)
47. Do you have a crush on someone? --> We all have one.
48: What do you like about yourself? --> I never stop learning and I keep on believing.
49. Piercings --> none
50. Tattoos --> None.
51. Righty or lefty --> Righty

52. First surgery --> Appendicitis
53. First piercing --> none
54. First best friend (s)--> Kitog (Elementary)
55. First sport you joined --> Chess
56. First vacation --> Batangas
58. First pair of trainers --> Forgotten na

59. Eating --> None
60. Drinking --> None
61. I'm about to --> Revise my app, because like I said it was rejected by google grrrr.
62. Listening to --> Sound of electric fan
63. Waiting for --> midnight because it's my birthday *wink*

64. Want kids? --> I have one :)
65. Get Married? --> Already did.
66. Career? --> I want to create something that has never been created before.

67. Lips or eyes --> Eyes
68. Hugs or kisses --> Kisses
69. Shorter or taller --> Taller
70. Older or Younger --> Older
71. Romantic or spontaneous --> Spontaneous
72. Nice stomach or nice arms --> Stomach
73. Sensitive or loud --> A little bit of Both
74. Hook-up or relationship --> relationship
75. Trouble maker or hesitant --> hesitant

76. Kissed a stranger --> no
77. Drank hard liquor --> hmmm yes
78. Lost glasses/contacts --> Nope
79. Sex on first date --> Yes chos! hahaha asa
80. Broken someone's heart --> I wanted to think yes.
81. Had your own heart broken --> Many times
82. Been arrested --> almost
83. Turned someone down --> lot of times
84. Cried when someone died --> yes
85. Fallen for a friend? --> hmmmm, not really, I keep my distance.

86. Yourself --> Yes, sometimes no
87. Miracles --> Yes
88. Love at first sight --> Yes, when I saw my daughter
89. Heaven --> Yes
90. Santa Claus --> Yes lalo pag may regalo
91. Kiss on the first date --> nope
92. Angels --> Yes

93. Had more than one bf/gf? --> yes
95. Did you sing today? --> yes
96. Ever cheated on somebody? --> yes
97. If you could go back in time, how far would you go, and why? --> To the first days of my career as an IT, I could have gotten more serious about my job. And I would check all the lotto winning combinations of today so when I go back to the past, tataya ako lols.
98. If you could pick a day from last year and relive it, what would it be? --> The day my baby was born.
99. Are you afraid of falling in love? --> Never
100. Posting this as 100 truths? --> Yes

Thursday, August 13, 2015

New AlDub Link

Hi Guys, Please see the other blog link for more AlDub Kalye Serye Videos. CLICK HERE

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The "Dating Age" iPhone App

After hours of programming lessons and studies, here's my first ever IOS app the "Dating Age" iPhone app.

What it does? well, for starters it is not complex flappy bird style app. It is just a simple app that will determine what appropriate age of a girl or a boy you should be dating according to your own age. I uploaded it on the appstore and hoping it will be approved for review.

Soon you can download it for free!  

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Lord You Said! You Promised! (A real life testimony)

 Written (November 10, 2014)

I was sitting second to the last row of Victory Caloocan fellowship 3pm service, and I enjoyed every songs of praise and worship to the Lord. It feels refreshing to be free from worries of the world. It's Sunday, my favorite day of the week, it is special to me because not only this is the day to worship God (well, mostly christians), but it is also a day when i will be able to meet my family and will be able to eat lunch for free hehehe.

As the pastor (Pastor Jay-R one of my favorite Preacher) begins his preaching with his casual greetings, i am sitting silently, deep inside i knew God has something to say to me that day. The title of the series is BIG DEAL. And yes i was praying for something BIG to happen. As the preaching continues, i remember 3 things about that preaching. The Big Deals of God with Man. First Unconditional Love, second is Faithfulness to His Promise and lastly is Encompassing Blessing.

In the evening of that day, i remember i was sitting on our couch thinking deeply, that preaching of pastor Jay-R really made me realized and think again, "i am your son Lord". Yes i asked for the things i was praying for with boldness and confidence, then i said, Lord You said! You promised! I knew exactly what i feel, i have faith in asking, i accepted it and thank God.

Monday came, yes it is another day in the office, i started the day with prayer and thankfulness knowing something good will happen this day, or probably this week. The day ended without good news, but it is okay, i believe in You Lord (i am speaking with God in my mind) there is a sense of peace and calmness.

Tuesday came, and i was stuck in traffic of overly thronged edsa road. It is almost 10 am, and i am late, my mind begins to crumble, lost of focus begins to amalgamate. Then my wife's phone suddenly rang (we exchanged phone so she can call me whenever she wants). It was the thing i was praying for,  thank goodness, although the woman on the phone said few details we missed about that thing. It is still an answered prayer.

I did not remember anything after that, all i know was, when i parked on the company's free parking, i started to pray and thank God for everything. Truly His word is true and powerful, i have never experienced being denied in prayer whenever i sought for it with humility. Yes, God is good, but for me He is the Hope.

Whatever we ask in prayer, let us believe that it will happen. Because really when He said, it will come true, and when He promised, it will happen.

Thank You Jesus. Just like it, He said, He promised.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Heaven and Elysium (The World Beyond)

It was around 2 PM in the afternoon in TRINOMA (Triangle North of Manila) Mall in QC, when my wife and I decided to have a movie date. No idea of what movie to watch, we decided to buy a ticket for this movie by Matt Damon called Elysium (Being a big Matt Damon fan).

The year is 2154 only two classes of people exists; the poor people lives in a  densely populated and devastated earth, while the wealthy people enjoy a luxurious life living in a space station called Elysium.
Elysian citizen lives in comfort while using this medical devices called Med-Bays. Those machines are the finest inventions of their time in which, all sickness can be cured by simply getting yourself check by the machine.

The story began with Max Da Costa (Matt Damon) a former thief, who lives in a ruins of Los Angeles and works at Armadyne Corp, the company that built Elysium. Max, during his early childhood met a girl named Frey, and became friends with her. Max, just like any other people of his time, dreams of living on Elysium someday. One day at work, an accident occur and max was exposed to radiation giving him only five more days to live.

I remember the day, when my Dad gave me a book entitled "Junior Color Encyclopedia of the Universe", it was one of the best books I've ever read. In the middle part of this book, there is one future invention that i always read, it is called "Cities in Space". That is the first time i saw a picture that looks exactly like Elysium. A rounded glass cities outside the earth's atmosphere. At young age, i used to hear Pastors and teachers in my church, talking about a place where there is No Poverty, No Harm and No Sickness, the place is called Heaven where the Creator resides.

My own perspective of Elysium.

As i observe this movie, i can't help but think of comparing the people nowadays, and those people in the movie fighting for survival. Yes indeed, people are sick, and needed a medication, that only Elysium can offer. Just like the Bible says that all of us are loss. Only Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God who made a way for us to the Father, by Dying on the cross for our sins.

As the story goes, the main protagonist, Max finds a desperate attempt to go and fly to Elysium. Only to realize in the end, that most of the people needs the medication more than he does. Saying farewell to her bestfriend Frey, Max asks Spider to reboot the system he has stolen from John Carlyle, the CEO of Armadyne Corp. to his head (The system that controls the whole Elysium world), the system rebooted and took Max's life, but gave way to all people on the Earth to have an access to medication of Elysium, be part of it and finally to be citizen of the luxurious world.

All in all, I'd say it was a great movie, It reminds me of the Saviour of the world. Who gave up His life for the forgiveness of those people who will believe. The salvation is available to everyone. Our Elysium (Heaven) is Available. And we can now have access.

Through Him and His Name is Jesus Christ. The Name above all names.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

RH Bill:Beyond What You Think

The RH Bill is set to be one of the most controversial Law to be pass by the Philippine Congress. I ask so many people about it, and there are three kinds of answer i always receive. 1. Somebody pretends to know it, 2. Somebody does not care about it. and 3. Somebody don't have any idea about it.
I am not a Law Student, but i have tried reading articles and ideas about it. See the below information i gathered for you to know and decide which side are you in this issue.

I hope it can help you.

Things you should know about the RH Bill.


Because there is national legislation on RH in place, varying RH policies are implemented in the local government unit level (LGU). These policies and provisions  are often subject to the whims and personal religious beliefs of LGU officials.

In Manila for example, when staunch pro-life advocate Lito Atienza was mayor, he was able to pass the infamous Executive Order (E.O.) 003. This E.O. effectively declared the City of Manila as a provider only of pro-life methods. Thus, women were denied access to modern contraception methods (pills, condoms) and procedures (ligation) in government-run hospitals.

In contrast, Quezon City, often regarded as having one of the most progressive RH policies in the country, makes both modern and traditional family planning services available to its constituents for free.


Let us repeat that for further emphasis: the RH Bill does not promote abortion. It does, however, mandate that humane and non-discriminating treatment be extended to women who suffer from life threatening, post-abortion complications.

To put this into context and emphasize why it is important, we must know that while abortion is illegal in the Philippines, the government has done little to prevent self-induced and unsafe abortions. And medical practitioners who help women suffering from these complications stand to lose their licenses. Studies from the US-based reproductive health think tank Guttmacher Institute, show that there are an estimated 90,000 women hospitalized annually for abortion-related complications. The approval RH Bill ensures that these women will be given proper medical care and not be subject to even further pain or humiliation

According to, if all those who want to space or stop childbearing would use modern family planning methods, abortions would fall by some 500,000.


Under Sec. 16 of the Consolidated RH Bill, age-appropriate reproductive health and sex education shall be taught by properly trained teachers in formal and non-formal educational systems starting from Grade 5 up to senior year in high school.

It should be noted that the teachers will receive training from the Department of Education (DepEd), the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), and the Department of Health (DOH)--all the government agencies who have been designated to formulate the Reproductive Health and Sexuality Education curriculum.

More importantly, the standardized curriculum will not cover just sex but also information on protection against sexual violence and abuse, discrimination, sexually transmitted infections, and responsible parenthood.


According to a 2005 study conducted by the Remedios AIDS Foundation (RAF), three out of ten youths think that jumping after sex will provide pregnancy. And two out of three youths think that drinking antibiotics before sex will prevent STI.

Until now, many young people--regardless of economic or social status--believe these myths to be true. The approval of the RH Bill will ensure that the proper information about sexual health will be given to the youth to give them the knowledge that they need to make informed decisions about their sexual health.


Saying that the passage of the RH Bill will promote promiscuity is like saying people are going to be more reckless behind the wheel just because a seat belt law was passed.

The passing of the RH Bill will not change people’s minds about what decisions they make about their sexual relations. What it aims to do is provide people with accurate information and allow them to make choices based on these data.


In her article entitled, “If this Bill Could Talk”, Elizabeth Angsioco, chairperson of the Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines (DSWP) defines the RH Bill as being “pro-choice”.

“You all have the right to make informed decisions, to choose from among options that should be available to you. There is nothing in me that coerces anyone. All I will do is make RH information and services available to you should YOU DECIDE to use them.” writes Angsioco.

To support her point, Angsioco identifies sections 7 , 16, 24, and 28 of the RH Bill as specific items that give Filipinos the freedom to choose intelligently.


In the Philippines, four babies are born every minute. This makes the Philippines the 12th most populous nation in the world and has the highest fertility rate in the region, at 3.03%. Unfortunately, the Philippines also has the highest unemployment rate in the Southeast Asian region at 8% compared to neighbors Indonesia at 7.9%, Vietnam at 4.6%, Malaysia at 3.7% and Thailand at 1.5%.

A large population is detrimental to a country’s economic resources. Congresswoman Kaka Bag-ao of Akbayan Citizen’s  Action Partylist says, “Population growth is a public welfare issue that affects the poorest of the poor. Other poverty containment efforts will never be sufficient until we can curb population growth.”

No one contests that babies are blessings. But it is precisely because of this that they should be planned for, cared for, and given the best possible future that parents provide. Every pregnancy should be planned and wanted.


According to the number of HIV infections tracked by the DOH AIDS Registry, HIV is on an unprecedented rise in the Philippines. Every day, 5 new cases of HIV are diagnosed. Women--even those in monogamous relationships--are equally at risk for being infected if their partners engage in risky sexual behavior.

Over 200 million people don’t have access to modern contraceptives. Giving these women access could reduce the number of maternal deaths due to unsafe abortions by 82 percent.

In the Philippines, experts say that expanding access to contraception could result in 800,000 fewer unplanned births, 500,000 fewer induced abortions, and 200,000 fewer miscarriages. What’s more, it could prevent as many as 2,100 maternal deaths each year—nearly half of all deaths from pregnancy-related causes.

The RH Bill ensures that access to both RH services and information is available and thus, empowering each person to protect his/herself from STI and HIV infection; mistimed pregnancy, thus, lowering maternal deaths and HIV infections.


Likhaan cites that RH indicators show severe inequities between the rich and poor. For example, 94% of women in the richest quintile have a skilled attendant at birth, while only 26% of the poorest can do so. The wealthy hardly exceed their planned number of children, while the poorest get an extra two.

Apart from its benefits from a health standpoint, there is also a correlation between family size and poverty incidence. According to Ernesto Pernia, a professor at the University of the Philippines School of Economics said, “Having fewer children will allow the poor to invest more in education and health for their children to improve their lives when they grow up.”


Section 10 of the consolidated RH Bill will mandate family planning supplies as essential medicines included in the inventory of local hospitals and other government health units.

But contraceptive pills do not induce abortions. According to a statement on the Philippine Obstetrical and Gyne Society (POGS), contraceptive pills:

a. Do not cause abortion; in fact they prevent unwanted pregnancies.
b. Do not cause death and disease when used appropriately.  The hormones in the pills are synthetic hormones that are comparable to those produced by women’s ovaries.  They are modified in doses and composition to make them better, safer and predictable in their medical effects.
c. Do not cause cancer; in fact they reduce cancer of the endometrium and ovaries. The reported slight increase in the risk for breast cancer is obviated by taking pills based on the national clinical guidelines.

Kudos to Female Network Website for some of the Information.