Kaleidoscope World (ctan's random musings)

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 13, 2011, 06:39:21 PM
yehey!  Congratulations Doc Ctan! ;D

Thanks jong! Hahaha!

at naiba na anamn ang iyong avy...

Oo, life cycle ng Ascaris lumbricoides yan. Hehehe!


hindi ko maarok ang Ascaris lumbricoides.... ???




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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 13, 2011, 09:57:27 PM
wow may personal thread ka na cocoy!  ;D

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 01:08:40 AM
Congrats on your thread

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 01:09:45 AM
ikaw din kuya ram gawa kana ng thread mo.. uso e.. hehe

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 01:15:45 AM
naku di ko na kayang panindigan yan sa sobrang dami kong ginagawa at inaasikaso

buti nga na-alala ko pa login ko dito e


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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 07:04:58 AM
OF WALKING AND FRIENDSHIP
by ctan (063007)

Walking has always been my haven each time I am emotionally urged to think over things that happen in my life, a.k.a. the hustles and bustles of life. When I walk, I get to see little things… things that might be trivial to some people yet for me have proven to be profound in some ways. From these detailed observations of my surroundings, I gain insights about myself, about people around me, about my life experiences, and about life in general.

One theme that came up during my latest "walking session" was about friendship. I realized that it is true that friendship is universal. Many of us have known or experienced the satisfaction, security and benefits of good friendships. Many of us have also known people who we thought were friends, only to have them betray us, hurt us, or disappoint us. And if we were brutally honest with ourselves, most of us would have to admit that at sometime in our lives, we too have betrayed, hurt or disappointed our friends.

One very interesting aspect about friendship that I’ve thought about concerns with two words: having and being… that is, having a friend and being a friend. The difference in perspective is paramount. When I’m concerned with having friends, my focus is on myself and my own needs. But when my desire is to be a friend, I’m thinking about other people -- I’m thinking about how I could be caring and how I could love them more than myself.

I remember a passage in the Bible in Proverbs 17:17. It says, “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” This verse gave me three realizations. First, a friend is someone who continues to love, and to show that love, whatever the circumstances. Second, a friend is born for adversity… not his or her adversity, but mine. In other words, a test of a friend is whether or not he or she is there for you in the bad times, the tough times. Third, a friend is like a brother… parang death, you can never get rid of him. Sometimes it’s tough to be a friend. But a real friend does not shy away from the abrasiveness that comes from rubbing iron against iron, as Proverbs 27:17 describes it. Though it may grate on our nerves, we have to take a risk and hope that our friend of today will still be our friend tomorrow.

I so admire David and Jonathan’s friendship as recorded in the Bible. Jonathan loved David as himself. He risked his very life to be David’s friend. We read: “Jonathan got up from the table in fierce anger; that second day of the month he did not eat, because he was grieved at his father’s shameful treatment of David. In the morning Jonathan went out to the field for his meeting with David. . . . Then they kissed each other and wept together—but David wept the most. Jonathan said to David, “Go in peace, for we have sworn friendship with each other in the name of the Lord, saying, ‘The Lord is witness between you and me, and between your descendants and my descendants forever’” (1 Samuel 20:34-35, 41-42). Later, when Jonathan was killed in battle with the Philistines, David lamented his passing: “I grieve for you, Jonathan my brother; you were very dear to me. Your love for me was wonderful, more wonderful than that of women” (2 Samuel 1:26).

Few are people blessed with such committed friendship. And that’s what I wish for in every friendship I am involved with… Friendship is not a flippant relationship. It is consistent and unfailing love. Walang iwanan!


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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 09:59:04 AM
doc, pm ko nalang sayo! Hehe.

Magsipag ka muna diyan sa pedia. Baka istorbo na ang text dyan.

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 14, 2011, 10:55:17 AM
kamusta dito Doc? sobrang busy pa rin ba?

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:40:00 AM
Sabi ko na hindi ko mame-maintain to eh. Hahahaha. Kapag natapos na ako sa mga rotations ko, aadikin ko tong pgg. Hahaha!

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:42:37 AM
cocoy! dapat ang name ng thread mo "halina na sa thread ni cocoy" hehe wala lang...

siguradong duduguin na naman kami nito sa mga hindi maarok mong medical terms  ;D

hahaha! kapag ganung title kasi jun, pumapasok sa isip ko ang "kanayunan". Hahahaha! o kaya mga Nutrition Month or Linggo ng Wika nung elementary pa ako. hahaha! =P

hahaha si doc naman talagang sineryoso  ;D syempre ikaw bahalang magpangalan ng thread/blog mo.. ako nga rin gusto ko na baguhin title ng thread ko... sounds goody-goody kasi hehe


Hahaha! Hindi ko naman sineryoso. Haha! Gusto mo rin bang pangalanan ang thread mo ng "Ang Paraiso ni Junjun". Wahahahaha!

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:43:40 AM
Wow naman.. Hehe
Grats sa iyong personal thread  kuya caloyskie!  ;D

Ayus sa pangalan marfz, caloyskie talaga. Hahaha! Thanks!

oks ba kuya? Hehe.
Sorry di na ko nakakapag text lately.. di ako nagloload kasi di ko magagamit e.. dahil pagdating sa bahay matutulog na lang.. bawi ako sa susunod. hehe

Thanks Paul!! Okay lang yun! Mahalaga ang pagpapahinga, wag lang sobra baka di na magising. Nyahahaha! Health is wealth. :-)

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:49:43 AM
yehey!  Congratulations Doc Ctan! ;D

Thanks jong! Hahaha!

at naiba na anamn ang iyong avy...

Oo, life cycle ng Ascaris lumbricoides yan. Hehehe!


hindi ko maarok ang Ascaris lumbricoides.... ???

Ascaris? di ba bulate yun?  :D

Jun, ascaris ay  isang very common na bulate sa philippines...
Lalo na sa mga nagbebenta ng karinderia na hinde naghuhugas ng mga kamay.


Yup! Nasa community med ako ngayon, common dito parasitism lalo na sa mga bata. Ang pinakakadiri na nakita kong ascaris yung nung nasa ER ako, may dumating na bata, suka ng suka. And then all of a sudden, may sinuka siyang 2 bulate. Yuck. Hahaha. Tapos isa sa mga interesting na nakita ko, isang in-patient na pedia, na-admit dahil sa severe abdominal pain. Wala makita ibang cause until nung nagpa-barium enema, may nakitang structure na parang group of worms na nakabara dun sa intestine nung bata. Meron pa dun malapit sa may apdo (gallbladder) and the biliary tree, at mukhang umangat na dun ang mga bulate. Haha. Kadiri pero interesting. :-)

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:51:34 AM
Congrats on your thread

Thanks ram! Ako rin, di ko kayang panindigan to. Nakisunod lang sa uso. Hahaha!

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:53:04 AM
wow may personal thread ka na cocoy!  ;D

Kailangan, yung pinakamatagal tumambay dito sa PGGf (at ikaw yun Jambee! Hahaha!), may personal thread din. Hehehehe! Thanks mang juan!

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Re: personal thread ni ctan

  • on: April 15, 2011, 06:54:34 AM
OF WALKING AND FRIENDSHIP
by ctan (063007)

Walking has always been my haven each time I am emotionally urged to think over things that happen in my life, a.k.a. the hustles and bustles of life. When I walk, I get to see little things… things that might be trivial to some people yet for me have proven to be profound in some ways. From these detailed observations of my surroundings, I gain insights about myself, about people around me, about my life experiences, and about life in general.

One theme that came up during my latest "walking session" was about friendship. I realized that it is true that friendship is universal. Many of us have known or experienced the satisfaction, security and benefits of good friendships. Many of us have also known people who we thought were friends, only to have them betray us, hurt us, or disappoint us. And if we were brutally honest with ourselves, most of us would have to admit that at sometime in our lives, we too have betrayed, hurt or disappointed our friends.

One very interesting aspect about friendship that I’ve thought about concerns with two words: having and being… that is, having a friend and being a friend. The difference in perspective is paramount. When I’m concerned with having friends, my focus is on myself and my own needs. But when my desire is to be a friend, I’m thinking about other people -- I’m thinking about how I could be caring and how I could love them more than myself.

I remember a passage in the Bible in Proverbs 17:17. It says, “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” This verse gave me three realizations. First, a friend is someone who continues to love, and to show that love, whatever the circumstances. Second, a friend is born for adversity… not his or her adversity, but mine. In other words, a test of a friend is whether or not he or she is there for you in the bad times, the tough times. Third, a friend is like a brother… parang death, you can never get rid of him. Sometimes it’s tough to be a friend. But a real friend does not shy away from the abrasiveness that comes from rubbing iron against iron, as Proverbs 27:17 describes it. Though it may grate on our nerves, we have to take a risk and hope that our friend of today will still be our friend tomorrow.

I so admire David and Jonathan’s friendship as recorded in the Bible. Jonathan loved David as himself. He risked his very life to be David’s friend. We read: “Jonathan got up from the table in fierce anger; that second day of the month he did not eat, because he was grieved at his father’s shameful treatment of David. In the morning Jonathan went out to the field for his meeting with David. . . . Then they kissed each other and wept together—but David wept the most. Jonathan said to David, “Go in peace, for we have sworn friendship with each other in the name of the Lord, saying, ‘The Lord is witness between you and me, and between your descendants and my descendants forever’” (1 Samuel 20:34-35, 41-42). Later, when Jonathan was killed in battle with the Philistines, David lamented his passing: “I grieve for you, Jonathan my brother; you were very dear to me. Your love for me was wonderful, more wonderful than that of women” (2 Samuel 1:26).

Few are people blessed with such committed friendship. And that’s what I wish for in every friendship I am involved with… Friendship is not a flippant relationship. It is consistent and unfailing love. Walang iwanan!


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Dati monch, mahilig ako magsulat-sulat. May pagka-senti ako dati. Pero ngayon na nasa medicine na umiikot ang majority ng buhay ko, wala na ako panahon masyado sa mga dating gawi. Kaya binabalikan ko na lang yung mga produkto ko noon. Hehehe.