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Jom sembang pasal bisnes skit nak? hehe.
Kalau rasa tak nak, pangkah je browser ye.. Hihihi.. Ok, sebenarnya baru je lagi start berniaga ini. Ntah macam mana boleh terjebak. Asalnya beli untuk pakai diri sendiri ja. Then alang-alang nak beli banyak, order lah kami secara borong 12 helai untuk dapat harga borong :) Lepas dah ambik, try bawak mai opis kot-kot ada yang nak tengok. Rupanya ramai pulak yang minat. So start lah ambik sikit-sikit. Alhamdulillah sekarang dah nak masuk 4 bulan jual tudung sikit-sikit. Almost 400pcs dah terjual. Macam tak percaya kan sebab rasa macam dah banyak giler. Tapi bila tengok untung, macam tak berapa sangat. Hahaha.. Yerlah kan macam mana nak untung, ambik stok 20 helai, 3 helai confirm pakai untuk sendiri punya. Haha. Boleh macam tu? Pas tu mula bising tak dak untung. Seriusly kalau bab nak uruskan duit memang aku agak failed! T___T Nak kira stok tu pun jenis kejap-kejap rasa tak cukup. Eh, mana tudung aku lagi. Pas tu mulalah rasa give up nak update. Lepas tu mula biar stok tak... (more)

the prayer
"The High Priestly Prayer" Lenten Devotion "When Jesus had spoken these words, He lifted up His eyes to heaven, and said, 'Father, the hour has come; glorify Your Son that the Son may glorify You'" (John 17:1). Read John 17. Jesus has finished His Last Supper and offers a special prayer before leading His disciples to the Garden of Gethsemane. We call it the High Priestly Prayer because Jesus our great High Priest offers prayers for Himself, His apostles, and all who believe in Him. Jesus first prays that God the Father would glorify Himself through Jesus' coming death. The Roman cross was never connected with glory; it was a symbol of shame and dishonor. St. Paul would call it a "stumbling block to the Jews" and "foolishness to the Gentiles" (1 Corinthians 1:22). The Jews stumbled over the idea that God would let His own Son suffer and die on a cross, rather than sit in glory on a throne. The Gentiles thought it foolishness that you could receive salvation through... (more)

writen articulatio
messenger task

WRITEN ARTICULATION, MESSENGER TASK IN FLIGHT (Poem 37) Erle Frayne D. Argonza In my flight in the morrows Pen and tongue I’ll muster And share with fellows eager To behold the notes of life Notes of life that elevate Them to their dreams’ heights at last. Hopefully the notes I’ll share Shall register as permanent memoriam Ne’er as undeciphered letters written On sea shores that waves soon wash away. Allow the notes to linger even just For a time like writings on granite walls Even if the walls later choose to dishevel. For the crux of the code is crucial: That all men are brothers Who can live together as One benign Community. [Writ. 17 Sept. 1987, Univ. of the Philippines, Quezon City, M.Manila.] REFLECTION A seeker and baktha (devotee) should never be remiss in learning the art and science of the ‘written word’. As the human mind grows, culture becomes more complex... (more)

Simple Steps to Lower Cholesterol
| New Health Corp

These simple tips can help you keep cholesterol levels in check. Cholesterol, Good and Bad Your body needs a small amount of cholesterol to function properly. But we may get too much saturated fat and cholesterol in our diet, and both raise levels of LDL "bad" cholesterol. LDL cholesterol can cause plaque to build up in arteries, leading to heart disease. HDL "good" cholesterol, on the other hand, helps clear bad cholesterol from your blood. You want to lower LDL cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol, starting with your diet. Portion Control: Lend a Hand Many Americans eat supersized meals, with portions that are twice the size recommended for good health. That can contribute to weight gain and high cholesterol. Here's an easy way to practice portion control for a meal: Use your hand. One serving of meat or fish is about what fits in the palm of your hand. One serving of fresh fruit is about the size of your fist. And a serving of cooked vegetables, rice, or pasta should fit... (more)

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