Monday, April 30, 2012

RIHANNA: Where Have You Been Part 3: On the Set

Enrique Iglesias - Ayer

I love this song, and have no idea what it means. The beat has been playing in my head from morning. Must google for the English translation of the lyrics.


got it



Hey dime a donde vas, y si
sabes tu destino
hey donde dejaras tus sueños escondidos
Mira que la luna nos dejo
iluminados bien de cerca
y a pesar de aquel adiós,
mi puerta siempre estuvo abierta
como antes..
Ayer caías en mi corazón,
y te escondiste en un rincón
del otro lado
Yo se que la vida nos dejo,
saber que nuestro amor
no esta acabado (no esta acabado)
Hey tu mirada dice estar arrepentida
heey dime si es verdad, o es solo idea mía!
Di que no es locura ni obsesión
que no es capricho, simplemente
dile que lo sientes y que
yo nunca he dejado de quererte
como antes…
Estribillo (2 veces)
Hey dime a donde vas,
y si sabes tu destino…


Hey tell me where you're going, and if
you know your destiny
hey, where will you leave your hidden dreams
Look, the moon left us
illuminated, very close
and despite that good-bye
my door was always open
like before...
Yesterday you fit in my heart
And you hid in a corner
Of the other side
I know that life let us
know that our love
is not over (is not over).
Hey, your look says you're sorry
heeey tell me if it's the truth or it's just my impression!
Say that it's neither madness nor obsession
That it's not a whim, simply
tell him that your're sorry and that
I never stopped loving you
like before...
Chorus (2 times)
Hey tell me where you're going,
and if you know your destiny

Thursday, April 26, 2012


Someone asked: What exact does cherish mean?

To cherish someone is to love and honor them as much if not more than you love yourself. It is one of the most meaningful of the terms. People can love each other, or care for each other, without cherishing one another. If we truly cherish each other, how can we have anything but happy and lasting marriages?

To keep first in one's mind
To treasure another
To value deeply
To hold dear
To prize above all else
To treat with gentleness and tender care
To Protect
To appreciate
To treat with utmost importance

Hope this helps someone begin to cherish their spouse.


somewhere in India

photos by Stephanie Meyer

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Yes, it does exist

U.S. gynaecologist says he has found the G-spot (but it's very, very small)

No wonder it’s notoriously difficult to find. A doctor claims to have proved the G-spot really does exist – but says it measures a meagre 8.1mm by 3.6mm by 1.5mm. The American gynaecologist discovered the elusive erogenous zone during a post-mortem examination.The tiny piece of tissue, said to be rich in nerve endings, has caused fascination and frustration in equal measure since its existence was first mooted more than 60 years ago.

Many scientists and doctors have doubted it is real, while magazines have promoted it as the holy grail of female sexual pleasure.
Two years ago, a large-scale British study concluded that the G-spot was a figment of women’s imagination, encouraged by magazines and sex therapists. But the new study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, claims it does exist after all – and its location, on the front wall of the vagina, is roughly where sex experts have long said it to be.

Gynaecologist Adam Ostrzenski made the discovery during an examination of an elderly Polish woman who had died from a head injury.

Dr Oztrenski, of the Institute of Psychology in St Petersburg, Florida, said: ‘This study confirmed the anatomic existence of the G-spot, which may lead to a better understanding and improvement of female sexual function.’
He plans to undertake further dissections next month, and will carry out tests on hormones, chemicals and nerve endings to investigate whether the functioning of the G-spot varies with age.

‘If you have difficulties with your sex life, then a greater biological understanding might be helpful but for some people it will create more anxiety’

 Paula Hall, sex psychotherapist with Relate
Irwin Goldstein, the journal’s editor-in-chief, said that while the evidence came from only one woman, it ‘adds to the growing body of literature regarding women’s sexual anatomy and physiology’.
Paula Hall, a sex psychotherapist with Relate, said: ‘If you have difficulties with your sex life, then a greater biological understanding might be helpful but for some people it will create more anxiety.’

Two years ago, researchers at King’s College London concluded that the  G-spot was no more than a fantasy. In the study, hundreds of pairs of female twins filled in questionnaires. If the erogenous zone did exist, it would be expected that both of each set of identical twins would report having one. This was not the case. In fact identical twins were no more likely to share a G-spot than non-identical twins. But Beverly Whipple, the researcher who coined the term G-spot, dismissed the study as flawed. ‘The biggest problem with the findings is that twins don’t generally have the same sexual partner,’ she said

Slow Jam The News with Barack Obama: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

the avengers

this looks like a great cast, and i love the trailer..i just hope the movie is as good as it seems to be, am anxiously waiting for it to come out next month. ;)


I don't plan to miss this movie.



Honesty and Openness is one of the ten most important emotional needs identified in marriage, which means that when it's met, it can trigger the feeling of love. But it's counterpart, dishonesty, is one of the five most destructive Love Busters. When spouses are dishonest, they destroy the love they have for each other.

But there is a third reason that honesty is crucial in marriage. Honesty is the only way that you and your spouse will ever come to understand each other. Without honesty, the adjustments that are crucial to the creation of compatibility in your marriage cannot be made. Without honesty, your best efforts to resolve conflicts will be wasted because you will not understand each other well enough to find mutually acceptable solutions.


God knows we sometimes feel as if no one is on our side, especially when we are the only person standing for what is right. But we are never alone. Jonathan knew God's power and strength and relied upon Him when he was vastly outnumbered b y the Philistines. With God's help, he overcame the enemy.

We must learn to come to God with our battles and fears. The size of the problem does not affect His ability to act. Those problems in your relationship, take them to God. Those issues in your marriage, take them to God. The battles you deal with as you await finding the right one, take them to God.

With Him at our side, we will conquer the problems that once seemed impossible. Remember for God nothing is impossible. READ 1 Samuel 12:1-23

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The Storm-tossed Boat

Matthew 14:25; John 6:20-21
The disciples were being tossed by the wind and waves in their boat on the Sea of Galilee when Jesus came walking on the water, at the fourth watch of the night; the last part of the night, just before dawn. Jesus came to them at the last conceivable moment.
God's delays aren't necessarily His denials. Jesus had heard their first cries for help. He knew what He was doing all along.
Why did He wait so long before He intervened? Probably because it took a long time for these men to exhaust their resources and completely trust in Him.
Lifeguards will tell you that often the hardest person to save is the one who is panicking and is struggling. But when one is exhausted, there is no energy left, the lifeguard can pull that person back in to safety.
In the same way, sometimes God will allow us to get to the end of our rope, to the end of our resources, so we will finally cling to Him.
The disciples were exhausted and afraid, but that was the moment that Jesus shows up and said to them, 'It is I; do not be afraid.' Then they willingly received Him into the boat, and immediately the boat was at the land where they were going"
For many of us, that is what Jesus is waiting for. He is waiting for us to say, "I can't row another second. I can't go another inch in my own strength. Please, Lord, help me. Come on board."
He will step into your storm-tossed boat and take control, if you will invite Him. He will be there for you even in the darkest night, just before the dawn. 
Mariam. (Mama Joe)
Grace is the heavenly resource behind all of God's promises.
Faith is the simple means of accessing that grace

3 Types Of People In Your Life - T.D. Jakes

I hope this blesses you as much as it has blessed attention to the groups of people he mentions and the role they play in your life. Never be afraid to let go of those who weren't with you for you to begin with.

Sunday, April 22, 2012


Mumbaji mwenye vipaji mbalimbali Felis Mwambalo Mubibya ameingia mkataba  na kiwanda au kampuni ya kuandaa, kutangaza na kusambaza mziki iitwayo Tate Music Group (TMG) ipatikanayo Mustang, Oklahoma, katika Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Kimarekani.

TMG waliamua kuingia mkataba huu na muimbaji Felis, baada ya kuupenda mziki toka kwenye albamu yake mpya iitwayo Jipe Moyo/ Take Heart. Kazi hii ilirekodiwa na Fnouk Music Studios ya Arusha, Tnzania, East Africa na kukamilishwa au kufanyiwa mastering na Audio Recording Studio (ARS) ya Homewood, Illinois, USA.

Album hii ambayo imekaribia steji yakuwa hewani na madukani katika kampuni hiyo inayo m'miliki muimbaji Felis TMG, na kutazamia kuzinduwa albamu hii katika tamasha kabambe itakayofanyika katikati ya mwezi Julai katika mji wa Crown Point, Indiana, Marekani. Felis anasadikika kuwa muimbaji wa kwanza wa nyimbo za Injili kutoka Afrika mashariki na kati kuingia mkataba na TMG.

Felis ni mwenyeji wa Jamhuri yaki Democrasia ya Congo, mwenye nia yakufikia mataifa kupitia uimbaji wa nyimbo za injii. Akifuata wito wa Roho Mtakatifu, aliondoka nyumbani kwao katika mji wake wakuzaliwa Bakavu, nchini Congo. Alianza safari yake huku akihudumu katika nchi mbalimbali, ikiwa ni pamoja na Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda na kenya kabla yakufanya makazi mkoani Arusha, nchini Tanzania. Jipe Moyo, ni album ya tatu (3) yake Felis baada ya kazi yake ya kwanza iliyojulikana kama, Yuko Njiani, iliyotolewa Arusha 2006, na Yesu ni Mungu, iliyotolewa 2008.

Jipe Moyo imebeba mchnganyiko wa midundo maalum "unique blend" kutoka katika utamaduni wa Congo na Afrika Mashariki. Kwa ajili ya kufikisha Habari Njema na ujumbe muhimu na wenye thamani, unaofariji na kuleta tumaini, pia ujumbe huu ni kwa watu wa makabila na tamaduni zote popote duniani.

Felis alikuwa na hili lakusema: 

"Jipe Moyo" ni ujumbe maalum Mungu anao sema na ulimwengu kwa sasa. Katika mambo yote haya yanayoikumba dunia, watu wanakata tamaa, hawajui hata lakufanya au pakwenda. Kama wewe pia unapitia hali ya kukataliwa na ndugu jamaa na marafiki, au kukosa kazi na kufukuzwa kazini, ugumu wa maisha au ugumu wakufikia malengo. Ujumbe wake Mungu kwako leo ni huu, "Jipe Moyo!"


Friday, April 20, 2012

RIHANNA: Making of "Where Have You Been"

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Happily ever after...or is it?

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Couples in love see roses everywhere. You will see lovers thinking marriage is going to be like a duet song. But, sad as it may be, it’s true that there are thorns and not everyone’s a good singer! If you have just gotten married recently, or are about to take the plunge, there is just one thing to keep in mind: expect the unexpected. Marriage can be great or it can be a pain—it all depends on how you look at it.

No matter how much your married pals, the aunties and old cronies may have croaked about life post marriage, there are things you may still be unaware of. Read these general pointers and be prepared.

For her

Revelation 1
Don’t expect your husband to treat your parents like they are his family. Do this and you will be one happy woman. It’s a fact—difficult to accept, but it is true. While your parents are your parents, his parents are your family. Of course, there may be exceptions. But to most newly married women, this comes as an unhappy revelation.

Revelation 2
While you may have never bothered about what your man watched on TV before marriage, post marriage, this can become a bone of contention. Unfortunately, there is simply no way out of it! The best solution would be to reach an understanding—if your man is stuck with any activity that you don’t agree with, make sure to spend some “together” time later. After all, if it didn't matter when you dated, it shouldn’t matter now.

Revelation 3
Expect to be his official housekeeper. It doesn't matter who took care of his house earlier; the minute you are married, you are the one who’ll have to deal with the dhobi, the milkman and the maid. Expect your man to pretend total ignorance of the ways of the house even if he’s been managing on his own before.

Revelation 4
Do not expect your husband to be neat in the bathroom — very few men understand that the bathroom should be tidy, that the floor isn’t the place for toilet paper or that the toothpaste needs to be capped.

For him

Insight 1

Your money is her money but her money? Sorry, but it cannot be yours. Life’s a paradox, and here’s an example. Expect your wallet to be hers and your bank accounts to be her property.

Insight 2
A lot many marriage problems arise from the fact that your wife believes that you love your mother more than you love her. Tread carefully—do not EVER risk comparing her cooking, sense of style, housekeeping, or management with your mother’s.

Insight 3
Be aware that your wife needs a lot of space and you can’t have yours. She will go to her friend's place, a party or a reunion. During these occasions, you will be expected to amuse yourself suitably. But if you do the same more than once a month, expect to hear you are irresponsible and still in the “bachelor mode.” Worse, you don't love her anymore.

Insight 4
This one’s a killer: you will be expected to be interested in household work. But, it’s your wife who’ll make all the decisions. Know that you will have to accompany her on trips to the shopping mall—it’s part of your husbandly duty. However, know that none of your opinions will have any bearing on what reaches home eventually.
Now go on—take these relationship tips to be prepared for all the very basic challenges of married life.