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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Kasaulogan: ININSEK NGA BAG-ONG TUIG

ININSEK NGA BAG-ONG TUIG

Kung Hei Fat Choi matod pa,
mamungingi sa mabulukong pagpaila,
dakoldakol, sayawsayaw sa karsada,
magbitbit ug higanteng bakunawa,

bag-ong tuig, bag-ong puhunan,
negosyo dili pasagdan,
bisag ginagmay basta makabawi lang,
mga insek, mga nawong daw insek,

Cebuano Short Story: PALPAK ANG DALIKYAT NI NOY LUMOY

PALPAK ANG DALIKYAT NI NOY LUMOY

Usa ka binuhat kang kansang kunot daw nahisama sa ka kunot sa kahoyng akasya nga iyang gipasilongan, magul-anon, mabalak-on ug gigil-asan.

“Manoy, duna kay problema? Dia koy balut para pabaskog.” pangutana ni Poldo, tinderog balut.

” Nobenta anyos na intawon ko. Dako na kaayo kog ginansiya sa akong pangedaron, ug suwerte na kaayo ko sa akong asawang super batan-on, disiotso anyos. Naghulat siya sa akong pag-uli aron buhion, pabaskogon kanunay ang init namong panaghigugmaay. Kana bang mopahulay lang kon moinom ug tubig. Wala kos balut, bakasi akong sekreto.” may sagol kaluyang namulong si Noy Lumoy.

Cebuano Humor: USA KA MADRE UG COCHERO

USA KA MADRE UG COCHERO

Ang pasahera sa angayan nga cochero usa ka MADRE. Namatngunan sa madre nga nag singari lang ug tanaw ang cochero kaniya.

MADRE: Ngano gud tawon Dong nga sigui man lang ka ug tan-aw nako?

COCHERO: Aduna unta ko’y gustong ipangutanana, apan masuko ka unya….hehee

MADRE: Dong, sa akong panuigon wala na gyu’y maka hatag kanako ug kabalisa’. Ako nang nadunggan ug nakita ang tanan niining kalibutana sa kadugayon na sa akong pagka madre!!!!

COCHERO: Kon mao na, tug-anan ko na lang ikaw..’Dre…hehhehe. Niadto pang bata pa ako sa escuela, dugay na nakong PANGANDOY nga mahagkan unta ko ug madre,,,, heheh

Susan Ople: 1536

Susan “Toots” Ople is the youngest daughter of the late Foreign Affairs Secretary Blas F. Ople. She has a Sunday column in Manila Bulletin’s Panorama Magazine and Tempo and two public service radio programs, “Bantay OFW” at DZXL RMN 558 every Monday to Friday, 12.30-2 pm and “Global Pinoy” at DWIZ 882 every Saturday from 5.30-6.30 pm.

1536
by Susan Ople
First posted in susanople.com

EFFECTIVE January 1, 2014, the monthly PhilHealth contributions of members with the lowest salaries was doubled to P200, with the additional Php100 contribution to be shouldered equally by the worker and his or her employer. In the case of overseas Filipino workers, this adjustment translates into a P2,400 annual contribution compared to last year’s P1,200 annual rate.

PhilHealth Circular No. 0025 s. 2013 issued in October 2013 provides for two payment options for OFWs set to leave this year:

Pay the P2,400 annual contributions in one sweep at all PhilHealth accredited collection agencies including the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration and accredited recruitment agencies; or,
Pay P1,600 valid for six months premium with an understanding that the contributions for the succeeding six months will be settled within six months after the expiration of the initial coverage in order for the OFW to enjoy full benefits of the program.

Featured Balak: MILAGRO and SENYOR SANTO NIÑO

MILAGRO

dili kasarangan nga panghitabo,
han-okan sa pangutanang manuybo,

‘Tinuod ba kini, maputi ba diay ang uwak?”

“Mahimo pa diay? Abi ko man gud ug gadako na lang ang imong pamitay?”

“Hingatogon man unta to sa pansitan, pero ang anak gahinagdan man?”

“Siyaro ug dili ko milagrohan, kada adlaw man gyud ko mamusta.”

samtang ang milagro,
makahatag ug kahayag sa pagtuo,
mahimo usab kining saad sa nagpatuotuo,

Cebuano Short Story: MANGUNGUKAY UG GINABOT

MANGUNGUKAY UG GINABOT

Babae misulod sa klinika, milingkod sa siya, dayo’g hushos sa nagtabon sa tinagoang bungoton .

“‘Sori, Day, dili ra ba ko mangungukay ug ginabot, kanang Gynecologist, tig-ibot intawon kog ngipon, Dentista ba.”

“Nahibawo ko Doki. Ay dahhh, akong bana man gud hilig kaayong mamana, hilig mangilaw ug kan-onong bungoton. Sa pagdinali, iyang pustiso nalamoy hinuon.”

Subject: Bloodmoney: Isang bukas na liham para kay Pangulong Aquino at Pangalawang Pangulogn Binay

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From: Patnubay Online
Date:
2014/1/13
Subject: Bloodmoney: Isang bukas na liham para kay Pangulong Aquino at Pangalawang Pangulogn Binay

Salam President and Vice President.

Marami po sa mga nakakulong ngayon sa Saudi ay tapos na ang sentensya pero hindi pa rin nakakalaya dahil kailangan nilang magbayad ng bloodmoney sa pamilya ng mga biktima.

Sa panahon ni PGMA, kung tapos na ang sentensya at bloodmoney na lang ang kulang ay babayaran na kaagad ang bloodmoney. Hindi katulad ngayon na nagtitiis na ang mga nakakulong ng matagal nang tapos ang kanilang sentensya.

Marami ang ganitong kaso ngayon pero ang ilalapit lang namin ay yong lumapit lang din sa amin sa Patnubay.

Susan V. Ople: Controversy brews over PhilHealth premiums

Susan “Toots” Ople is the youngest daughter of the late Foreign Affairs Secretary Blas F. Ople. She has a Sunday column in Manila Bulletin’s Panorama Magazine and Tempo and two public service radio programs, “Bantay OFW” at DZXL RMN 558 every Monday to Friday, 12.30-2 pm and “Global Pinoy” at DWIZ 882 every Saturday from 5.30-6.30 pm.

Controversy brews over PhilHealth premiums
by Susan Ople
First posted in Arabnews.com

Appeals from various overseas Filipino community groups for the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) to reconsider its premium adjustments will likely fall on deaf ears now that the Office of the President has publicly declared support for the new rates.

Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma said in his weekly media briefing aired over state-run Radyo ng Bayan that the Palace has no intention to stop the increases, citing the need to sustain the government’s social protection program.

Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the monthly PhilHealth contributions of members with the lowest salaries was doubled to 200 pesos, with the additional 100 pesos contribution to be shouldered equally by the worker and his or her employer. In the case of overseas Filipino workers, this adjustment translates into a 2,400 pesos annual contribution compared to last year’s 1,200 pesos annual rate.

Patnubay’s List of Servant Leaders – 2013

First and foremost, we would like to thank our Lord Almighty, the Creator of heaven and earth for all His blessings on us.

We also would like to thank and acknowledge the following groups and individuals who joined hands to serve humanity by sharing their blessings to the needy. (specially the OFWs in distress). Surely, more blessings to come your way in 2014.

1. THURSDAY GROUP
2. RANNIE BASANTA
3. LARRY
4. RIYADH ELITE DANCERS (RED)
5. FARM NI RIC AT MARK
6. REDEN SAURI
7. RELY OF MEREK
8. KA RODEL
9. KEATON FLORES REYES & NESTOR EDERA
10. FILIPINO DENTIS (FDK) HEADED BY: DOC. ODETTE
11. CRAZY BLACK BOOTY 447 ( BEYLUXE)
12. ALBERT
13. MAGED
14. MARITES TORREDONDO HAMILTON
15. MILLETH VILLANUEVA
16. GEORGE PONTINO JR.
17. SCOUT ROYALE BROTHERHOOD
18. BASSER MAYO FAMILY
19. BING AND CHERRY
20. MONCH TORRES
21. FILSAVE
22. WIDAYANTE
23. DONALD ESCOBANA
24. NELSON & LIZA DEVERA ( KIM’S BDAY)
25. JOEL LUMADIA
26. YABE GROUP
27. RODULFO GANZON
28. ONE IN CHRIST ( OIC)
29. MRS & MRS PEREZ & FRIENDS
30. CFC-CFT ( HEADED BY RODEL )
31. CAMERADERIE PHOTOGRAPHY
32. Pete Torres of IIEE, Integrated Institute of Electrical Engineers (Riyadh chapter)
33. RIYADH NIGHTS
34. ALPHA KAPPA RHO ( RIYADH CHAPTER )
35. TAU GAMMA PHI ( RIYADH CHAPTER )
36. DR. ABDURASAK ABDULLAH
37. DEO & DONG ARABIS
38. LARRY ORIEL ULAN
39. A AND R FAMILY AND FRIENDS
40. CATABAS FAMILY
41. JOEL MOBILY
42. HERLY AND FAMILY
43. OUR CHRIST IS WONDERFUL MISSION MINISTRY INTERNATIONAL ( OCWMMI RIYADH )
44. ALGOSYDE
45. AL-GOSAIBI COMPANY
46. ULC GROUP
47. Fidel Castillo
48. JILC I CARE
49. UNITED OFW
50. Hilario Rayan de Castro
51. Nouh Martin and Coffeeshine
52. OCWMMI
53. Samaritan Group
54. Mr. and Mrs. Guinto
55. PAG-ASA – Aringay Group
56. Hilario “Rayan” de Castro
57. Pexman
58. Blas Ople-Center
59. Lito B. Soriano / LBS Recruitment Solutions Corporation
60. Isama na rin si Ka Jun Aguilar ng FMW Group,
61. krizzy blak bote 447 biloks
62. QULANTROS.
63. Rick and Mark Mercado of Merex Cargo Forwarders
64. AL HAIR BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY
65. Samahang Batangueno Qatar
66. SMPII Dubai
67. CROWN Family,
68. ABC Group
69. Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Almodiel.
70. Filipino Employees of Al Fanar Co.
71. Laguna Lakers Cargo Forwarders
72. Filvar
73. Samaritan,
74. Kadribols,
75. Yan YAn De Guia
76. Dr. Clemente Ermitanio, Company’s Physician of ABV Rock.
77. Delta Water Company
78. Mr.& Mrs. Jun Bequin
79. Security Forces Hospital- OPD Staff
80. Boholano Community in Jeddah

81. ISLAM – ISIP
82. IKHLAS (Islamic Knowledge for Humanity and Livelihood Association)
83. ACFIL
84. ALAB – BOLOGNA
85. International Community Group – KSA
86. Sultan Battal
87. Nely Cacayan
88. Tropang Gising – Jeddah
89. PEBA, Inc. (Pinoy Expats/OFW Blog Awards)
90.Dawah Islamic Center Second Industrial,Riyadh
91.Dawah Islamic Center, Batha, Riyadh
92.Dawah Islamic Center, Rawdah, Riyadh
93.Dawah Islamic Center, Badea, Riyadh
94. Dawah Islamic Center, Deerah, Riyadh
95.Dawah Islamic Center Yanbu
96.Dawah Islamic Center Al Ahsa
97.Dawah Islamic Center Dammam
98.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Jeddah
99.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Riyadh
100.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Eastern Province
101.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Abu Dhabi
102.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Kuwait
103.Patnubay Friends and Partners – Qatar
104.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Libya
105.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Lebanon
106.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Aseer Region
107.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Al Ahsa
108.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Malaysia
109.Patnubay Friends and Partners- Libya

Special thanks to Roland Blanco, Ana Maria Fatima Quinto, Jeanne Rose, Pat Mapanao Mabanta, Jay Ebora, Dante Villaflores, Fidel Castillo, Zhariya Silvestre Camid, Jong Lagasca, Frank Resma, Charles Tabbu, Rachel U. Salinel, Ka Ronnie, Mar Bal Ndong, Mich ‘Maxxy’ Santiago . Racz Kelly, Jovelyn Bayubay Revilla, Odetsky Lourdes, Delfin Montenegro, ReJes Rhen Rhen at sa lahat nang nanawagan sa mga kapwa Servant Leaders na tugonan ang pangangailangan ng mga kapwa OFWs na dumanas ng mga pagsubok sa buhay.

Hats off to you silent servant leaders and humble heroes ..

– Patnubay Online

Related Link:
Servant Leadership Explained

Featured Balak: SIPIT

SIPIT

patago kini nga pagbitbit,
butang linuklok tawgog sipit,

sagad may sipit sa ilokan,
may magpilit nga linaktan,

pakalitan daw may gisipitan,
pagsusi sa paahan,

pilas diay ang gisipitan,
butang ug mga kasayoran,

mahimo kining sipitan,
hiwi nga binuhatan sipitan,

Usahay Kini Mahitabo

Usahay Kini Mahitabo
A Cebuano Translation of Brian Patten’s “Sometimes it happens
Translated By: Tas Espiritu

Ug usahay kini mahitabo nga kamo nagka higala-anay
ug pagkahuman diha kamo walay pagsinabtanay,
Ug sa kalit ang panaghigalaay milabay na lamang
Ug ang mga adlaw nga nanglabay inyong nakalimtan
Sama sa usa ka tuburan nga nahubsan.

Ug usahay kini mahitabo nga kamo nagka higugma-anay
ug pagkahuman diha kamo walay pag-uyonay,

BAG-ONG TUIG

BAG-ONG TUIG

kini nagpasabot ug kabag-ohan,
mga binuhatang bati, likayan
ang mga hiwi, ug balikog tul-iron
lagsik, baskog ug igmat sa buluhaton,
adlaw ug gabii, ang lawas maalagaron,
human sa siyam ka bulan, bata hagwaon

ang mga nagpatulog-tulog, pukawon
gahi kaayong mokihol, bisa’g unsaon
nabuntagan, pahagokhagok aron ingnon,
apan sa kaulahian, masakpan lang gihapon
kay sumala pa, “walay aso’ng makumkom”
mao kini ang badlis, ang sugo sa panahon

lainlain ang mga pangandam sa tanan
daghan ang patuo-tuo’ng panghuptan
ang mga siaw dali’ng mohimo ug saaran,
“dili na kuno mousab, kausa na lang”
daghan ang saad, dili na masulod sa listahan
sa bag-ong tuig, limpyohon ta ang tanan.