Un air de déjà vu – Linkin Park vs U2 vs Maroon 5

Un air de déjà vu – Linkin Park vs U2 vs Maroon 5

Et si une mélodie pouvait naître de l’union de 2 chansons mythiques…
A votre avis, ça donnerait quoi? On tente le coup? Ok…
Dans la famille Linkin Park, je demande…
Le père: U2 “With or without you” (1987)
La mère: Maroon 5 “She will be loved” (2004)
Et ça nous donne… Le carton du moment “The shadow of the day” (2007)!
Sceptiques? Allez, on branche les enceintes et en live, la video de l’accouchement…

A votre avis, y’a comme un air de déjà vu?

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{Hi, I’m also a breast cancer survivor who blogs. I like your site and wanted to share a link to mine. I’ve also “tagged” you to do a fun MeMe survey if you want. Visit my site for info. Take Care, Be Strong, Peggy|Just got updated on all your blog. So happy things are going well and you look great in your high school reunion pictures. Can’t wait to see the pictures from the upcoming race. Miss you bunches!April|I am glad to hear you won the fight against breast cancer. My mother had it too. It is something that really needs to be cured! God bless.| Malachite July 28, 2015 at 12:22 pm Reply 1 Thanks for this. Really in-depth.| Jess Hall July 28, 2015 at 8:04 pm Reply 2 You sound like an emotional wreck who shouldn’t interact with other human beings.WTF. This is some serious special snowflake shit, and I feel sorry for any guy that makes the mistake of getting into a relationship with you.| Miri, Professional Fun-Ruiner July 28, 2015 at 8:51 pm Reply 2.1 Your concern is noted.| maltsoda July 29, 2015 at 7:25 am Reply 2.2 Heteronormativity of assuming Miri should or will end up with a guy aside, I don’t understand why you feel this way. I feel happy for whoever Miri’s partner(s) may be because not only does she know what she wants out of a relationship, she is able to articulate it. She is also allowed to have completely unreasonable requests, and it is up to her partner(s) to decide if they will be supportive of such requests. However, all of these seem like perfectly reasonable things that anyone who is interested in a healthy relationship would want to do. I’m curious to know what, specifically, do you object to?| Breezy AM August 1, 2015 at 7:31 am Reply … Jess was clumsy in their assessment (to be generous) but it’s alluding to a big problem not spoken of in this: often, men are not asking women to do this work. We’re just taking it on ourselves.As an aside, assuming heteronormativity is pretty normal for a piece like this written from the perspective of someone who is in a relationship with men! sheesh!Often, women cannot win. We’re either being unclear or passive aggressive if we use a “soft no” (the behaviors described mostly in this piece) or we’re being a bitch if we’re blunt and upfront. I for one no longer care if someone thinks I am a bitch. I will state things clearly, firmly, pleasantly, with a smile, and that’s it. Think of how managers are taught to terminate employment. You state the reason, the decision taken, the decision taken for the future, and leave no room for argument. You don’t talk them into agreeing with you. You simply state this is what you’ve decided and what you will do. Done. Leave the emotional work to them.We do not need to martyr ourselves doing someone else’s emotional work. Believe it or not, plenty of people, men AND women out there, would rather NOT process their traumas and would prefer to have superficial relationships (I know because I was recently dumped after ten years of marriage for this, because my ex actually did not have any interest in having relationships beyond total meaningless sex and superficial connection. This was on me. Because see he told me about the trauma which led to this, and he assumed he wanted more due to societal conditioning, but he now realizes no he doesn’t. He prefers to be single and have casual sex with people he barely knows to meet those needs. It is unfortunate he wasted a decade of my life and had two children with me before realizing this but guess what? It’s also on me because he never asked for my help in this, not once. Yes, I think it’s a sad existence but he’s happier this way. Plenty of folks out there are like him, and I for one will no longer martyr myself.So nope, I’m not going to assume I’m supposed to care when someone feelingsdumps their medical issues on me (they were just telling me, that’s on ME to decide to make it my problem or worry) and nope not gonna sit there with headphones on rocking in pain as someone blathers on (I will remove my headphones, inform them I am busy and not interested in talking or able to talk right now and in the future my headphones on means don’t bother me unless the house is on fire). I will not cry in the bathroom over a messy living space. I’ll either clean it myself and invoice my housemates or find housemates with compatible cleanliness levels (and I’ll visit them in their current space in order to check it) and I won’t feel guilty about dumping people who aren’t able to pony up. Part of the reason emotional vampires get away with it so long is we LET THEM.I’m done caring if people think I’m a bitch. If someone is not worth an emotional investment from me, fuck it, they’re gone. It isn’t always going to be equal, but no more wasting decades, that’s for sure.| Miri, Professional Fun-Ruiner August 1, 2015 at 7:54 am Reply … Assuming heteronormativity might’ve been justified, but it’s not accurate. I don’t really date men anymore, and definitely don’t have any serious male partners, so Jess’s concern for their wellbeing is misplaced.| David Marjanovic July 31, 2015 at 4:59 am Reply 2.3 This is some serious special snowflake shitWhich part? Not wanting to be interrupted at random while reading or writing? Not being into everything sexual all the time? Being too traumatized to talk about various things with no advance notice? Wanting to have clarity instead of weeks of unpleasantness followed by “I guess I’m just not that much into you anymore” and then being expected to fucking comfort that person about the breakup?Do you even human?| RadRed August 12, 2015 at 3:19 pm Reply … yes, for example, the “acting as if not wanting to be interrupted when reading is actually a form of emotional labour” part.Having a book open isn’t a universal signal for “don’t talk to me” and it really isn’t hard to just say “Sorry, but i really want to finish this. Chat later?”Obviously the whole point of these smaller issues was to highlight how the little things add up. But combined with the highly personal tone (i.e. me/my/I etc.), personal anecdotes, and constant gendering of the guilty party as “he” I can totally see how people could read it as “list of personal issues that i have with my male friends” rather than “a discussion about emotional labour”. (or perhaps “list of personal issues that i have with my male friends hiden within a discussion about emotional labour”)Don’t get me wrong, i think the article is great. but that’s not to say that it’s perfect(to be fair, miri does make a few cursory mentions of these things in the article. But, they are essentially just cursory mentions to avoid having to change the tone of the piece.)| Gloria Webber June 6, 2016 at 9:45 am Reply 2.4 What an insensitive, hurtful thing to say. I suppose it’s your right to be a judgemental person, but why in the hell would you comment on this post with something so unhelpful, uncalled for, and completely unnecessary? Were you just trying to make the person who wrote this – and everyone else who has ever felt the same way – feel bad, or do you just like being randomly mean?| Ysanne July 29, 2015 at 9:29 am Reply 3 I’d add the self-care caveat of “and if the emotional work gets too much, don’t feel guilty about ending the relationship.”Obviously the list of examples is a collection of negatives of multiple people, and doesn’t include the positives that balance them and make it worthwhile to be around them. Honestly, things like having to put major effort into figuring out whom to invite to avoid drama, constant reassurances, and hygiene standards that lead to someone experiencing distress at the state of the bathroom are all red flags when it comes to picking friends, roommates or partners. Where’s the point in putting up with someone one’s so incompatible with?| Christopher Stephens July 29, 2015 at 12:50 pm Reply 4 My first thought: This is definitely one of the biggest problems in my relationship with my wife, who recently left me; she flees very vigorously at any hint of emotional labor, even if I’ve never had that kind of language to refer to it.My second thought; I feel like I do a lot of this in my relationships, and don’t get much emotional support in return, but I don’t regret that at all, that’s exactly how I like it. I want to support the people that are closest to me, and I actively don’t want anyone else having to do emotional labor on my behalf.I admit to having thoughts on the trope of men not getting as much medical attention as women in their lives feel they should be getting. I’ve gotten that from virtually every partner I’ve ever been with and … I don’t get it. I’m making a decision about my own body. I’m choosing to prioritize other things due to an educated guess that it’s not worth spending my very limited time and money on medical care over relatively insignificant medical issues.I’d even be tempted to argue that the reverse is true; my partner demanding that I spend time and money doing things with my body that I do not want to do, or they’ll feel negatively about it otherwise and sure as hell let me know it, is absolutely not me demanding emotional labor of them, it’s them demanding emotional labor of me. (Again, I am not losing sleep over this; if anything, I actively want to support the people that I care about and am very uncomfortable with others having to do emotional labor on my behalf.)Another amazing post by pretty much the best writer.| Laughing Giraffe July 31, 2015 at 1:32 am Reply 4.1 I think the issue is not so much “you HAVE to go to the doctor even if you don’t want to” as it is “don’t dump your concerns, worries and general feels about medical issues on your partner, especially if they ask you to take those things to your doctor and you won’t”.| Miri, Professional Fun-Ruiner July 31, 2015 at 11:22 am Reply 4.2 I agree with Laughing Giraffe, but also, this is why I specifically advised folks not to get too hung up on any particular list item. Every situation is different.The reason that got on the list is probably because, in many marriages/life-long partnerships, especially relatively traditional ones, it does become a serious issue. In many of these relationships, men are still the primary breadwinners, because 1) women make less on the dollar, 2) women are more likely to end up in lower-paying fields because of all sorts of structural issues, and 3) women are more likely to sacrifice career advancement for childcare, sometimes to the point of becoming stay-at-home moms. Imagine a woman in such a situation, whose husband is constantly complaining of health issues that very well sound like they could be serious, but who is completely refusing to go see a doctor. Not ONLY do you have to deal with the potential of something terrible (including, potentially, death) happening to someone you love dearly, but you also have to worry about how the fuck you’re going to support your children AND yourself if that person becomes permanently unable to work, or dies.THAT is extreme emotional labor. That fear, that guilt of thinking of your husband in terms of the money he makes, that horror at the idea of your best friend dying-that is emotional labor. And too many men put their wives through that.| E July 29, 2015 at 4:45 pm Reply 5 Y’know, this just has funny timing for me. I’ve been sort of dating again (poly style), trying to make new friendships, and been describing myself as “too much of a person” and I think this article really nails what I mean by that. It’s not necessarily that I’m too much for another person to handle, it’s that I can no longer process my own emotions and my partner’s emotions regarding everything in life (especially when it comes to my mental illness because who the hell wants to double process that junk?). I’ll have to remember this in the future.| A Vacation from Emotional Labor July 29, 2015 at 11:03 pm Reply 6 […] Emotional Labor: What It Is and How To Do It […]| wns July 31, 2015 at 3:57 pm Reply 7 I’d add:offer physical care and comfort to your partner in the ways they need. for example, an insomniac might sleep better with backrubs or being held; someone with a trauma history might do well with extra touch or verbal reassurance; find out what food they like to eat and cook that for them regularly (not just once as a special treat, but providing regular food and checking if they have eaten or are hungry). be the one to carry water for you both so you can offer water to share when one of you gets thirsty.I also am puzzled by the ones that are about doing things for yourself so your partner doesn’t have to, like taking care of your own administrative tasks and paperwork. wouldn’t emotional labour be helping your partner with *their* administrative tasks/paperwork?’ how is it taking care of another person to do your *own* paperwork? I like the idea of this post but the details were different than what I expected and could go a lot farther.| Miri, Professional Fun-Ruiner July 31, 2015 at 6:01 pm Reply 7.1 It’s because in many relationships, one person (often male) consistently relies on their partner to do basic tasks for them, like paperwork and managing their own family relationships. This list isn’t just about doing your own emotional labor, but also about making sure that your partner isn’t doing an unfair share of the total emotional labor. If your partner is constantly having to make sure that your basic life needs are taken care of, that’s disproportionate. Obviously everyone needs a hand sometimes, but it should ideally go both ways.| E August 1, 2015 at 12:16 pm Reply 8 I wish I’d had access to this vocabulary at the beginning of my marriage! My husband and I have an equal distribution of emotional labor now, but getting to that point without the words to name the problem took more effort than it had to. My MIL thought for years I didn’t like her because I made my husband primarily responsible for his family social calendar and relationships.If anyone has ideas/resources for teaching responsibility for emotional labor to children, I am very interested in finding some. I don’t know how I learned it, and I want to raise my son to have the vocabulary and ability to do his own. The basic tasks stuff will be easy, since my husband is a stay at home parent and does more than half of the housework, but I don’t know how to teach the relationship skills and introspection.| What We Can Learn From a Reformed Troll August 4, 2015 at 7:03 pm Reply 9 […] Emotional Labor: What It Is and How To Do It […]| An Open Letter to My White Friends – Life as I Know It August 5, 2015 at 11:45 am Reply 10 […] consist of “Likes” or “Favs” on social media platforms, maybe making requests for intense emotional labor isn’t the best way to rekindle the […]| Monstrous Love: Mental Health and Intimate Partner Abuse Workshop Outline (Presented at Venus Envy in Halifax) | Kai Cheng Thom August 5, 2015 at 9:15 pm Reply 11 | SUNDAY LINKS | GUTS Canadian Feminist Magazine August 9, 2015 at 11:44 am Reply 12 […] Emotional labour and how to do it: hetero and cisnormative, but cogent, validating, and informative. See also a biting sendup of how not to perform effective emotional labour. […]| Emotional Labour – Invisible to Men | Dead Wild Roses August 10, 2015 at 6:49 am Reply 13 […] peek into the relationship caretaker roles that women often find themselves in. This from Brute Reason: “Emotional labor is often invisible to men because a lot of it happens out of their sight. […]| Feeling Over It: Doing Emotional Labor | Asian American Feminist August 12, 2015 at 1:11 am Reply 14 […] What is Emotional Labor Below are short blurbs of what emotional labor means to me (this week). Note that emotional labor is not inherently bad, that emotional labor is necessary and required of all of us. Hopefully this list can help not only identify what is emotional labor and who does emotional labor for whom, but also provide tangible ideas on how to go about taking on emotional labor. This short list was drafted after inspiration from this article. […]| Cellar Door August 16, 2015 at 9:44 pm Reply 15 You know, not everyone has the same capacity with interpersonal skills or self-care. I think this writing is kind of exclusive of some people who aren’t neurotypical. Could you put an acknowledgement that the inability to do these things doesn’t make you terrible, that many people struggle with this all their lives, and that there are reasons for difficulties with these areas that don’t come down to “lack of responsibility.”(INB4 the inevitable “I’m not neurotypical and I learned people skills”: Not everyone is the same severity or has the same type of neuroatypicalities. Some people have significant impairments in nonverbal communication, self-care, organization, and interpersonal skills. While there are many non-NT people who train themselves effectively enough in these skills to pass, there exist people who are incapable of ever getting there, including some people who are highly capable in other areas).| Women and Emotional Labor: Putting Down the Weight | Womb Of Light August 21, 2015 at 12:22 pm Reply 16 […] recently came across this powerful article that defines the concept of Emotional Labor and the ways it impacts women’s lives. I’ve […]| the emotional labor of love | thismonograph August 23, 2015 at 4:37 pm Reply 17 […] lot of personal stuff i could write here, but i’ll just spare you that. you should probably read this article, though. if you want to be a good friend and a good partner to someone, you have to be observant […]| #LookitThis: Memorial Day 2016 Edition | Carrie Mesrobian May 30, 2016 at 2:10 pm Reply 18 […] Emotional Labor. Mainly because of this link from the Another Round podcast newsletter. I’m suddenly conscious of all of this kind of […]| Summer Work & Emotional Labor | cheerfully walking June 20, 2016 at 8:16 am Reply 19 […] Emotional Labor: What It Is and How To Do It […]| The polyamorous emotional labour daisy chain – More Than Two June 21, 2016 at 7:40 pm Reply 20 […] Emotional labour, if you’re late to the party, refers to all forms of effort involved in caring for another person’s feelings, from remembering birthdays or food allergies to listening to a friend vent to holding someone’s hand while they’re suffering or grieving. There’s a lot of it. And it’s not inherently a problem: it’s the glue that holds society together. The major problems that arise with it-and the reasons so many people are talking about it-are twofold: societally, the expectations for most emotional labour fall on women, and it is chronically undervalued as a form of work. […]| Vero July 12, 2016 at 2:05 pm Reply 21 For me many of the situations you describe as emotional labor cross the boundary to emotional abuse and co-dependence. I was in such a relationship with a sick partner and have very different relationships nowadays. So maybe I’m overreacting but my instinct says: Work on your boundaries, now. Just don’t accept this kind of behavior, rather never see this guy again. You are more important than your relationships. And my experience is that since I have what for me are healthy boundaries, I don’t attract this kind of people any more and all the men I’m interacting with now are self-responsible, also with respect to emotions. I feel fully respected by them.| Emotional Labor – baileytoday July 13, 2016 at 12:56 am Reply 22 […] Emotional Labor […]| emotional labor – daeunkimsophiasun August 18, 2016 at 6:22 pm Reply 23 […] summarize a FANTASTIC article I recently […]| Post Brexit: Is ‘self care’ enough? What about collective care? – thinking, doing, changing August 22, 2016 at 11:04 am Reply 24 […] emotional labour involved in doing this is picked up disproportionately by women. This is a great guide to what is meant by emotional labour, but basically it means all the work that is done to be considerate of each other, make social […]| 5 Helpful Things You Deserve to Know When You End a Relationship – Women Life Now August 26, 2016 at 12:32 am Reply 25 […] you don’t think working on it would do any good, or maybe you’re just tired of the emotional labor. Maybe your feelings for your partner have become so negative that you honestly just never want to […]| Emotional Labor and Mental Illness | The Shadow Sanctuary August 27, 2016 at 3:43 pm Reply 26 […] I first saw the term (I think it was here), it was like a lightbulb flashed in my brain. “Oh!” I thought. “This is the […]| Stuck With A Jackass: 25 Tips For Hating Life in A Capitalist Heteropatriarchy | Lemon Peel September 11, 2016 at 5:15 am Reply 27 […] a heteropatriarchal one. Go read this monster Ask Metafilter thread on emotional labor. Then read this post on doing emotional labor at Brute Reason. Repeat to yourself: “This is not an Aspie thing. This is a “society has wildly different […]| michael holt September 12, 2016 at 2:29 pm Reply 28 thanks for a great, important, and eye-opening article.| Prospect September 20, 2016 at 10:09 am Reply 29 I’ve just read a metafilter thread on this. Thanks for giving voice as to why relationships with some men have been difficult for me. It’s the need to dance round men’s feelings, always be reassuring, listen to them etc.I’m on the spectrum and as such was brought up as a woman to put men’s feelings first (especially my autistic father’s). It’s draining as hell to do that and it is taken me a lifetime to desensitise myself from over caring about others feelings and focus on my own mental, physical and emotional well-being.The best thing to do is learn to set strong (energetic) boundaries for what is and isn’t acceptable in your life and the type of relationships you should have.| 5 Helpful Things You Deserve to Know When You End a Relationship – Writing & other drugs October 8, 2016 at 8:59 am Reply 30 […] you don’t think working on it would do any good, or maybe you’re just tired of theemotional labor. Maybe your feelings for your partner have become so negative that you honestly just never want to […]|You do a great work, Sage! 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Awesome recipe!|aarrrgghhhhh! anubayan.allan had to go through that whole process everytime he went home during these past 10 years that he’s been an OFW. you know what he did this time? he got his OEC from the labor attache in washington dc. ??he only sent (via fedex) a copy of his contract, a copy of his passport, a copy of his visa, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and $35 dollars in fees. five days later, OEC! it’s not as exciting as the process you went through, but we’ll take it. |when i used to work in bangkok, i used to dread going to the POEA office in Edsa everytime i would go back to manila because it’s such a hassle! but back then there was a one-stop-clearance sort of room where we were all packed like sardines, and co-OFWs would all scream that they would gladly donate computers and printers if that was what was needed! don’t they have other clearance centers? they used to do that in megamall, but the lines would be hella long too. don’t you feel like it’s UP registration all over again? LOL.|I should show this to my friend to give her a heads up. Enjoy the rest of your vacation here |Question: i’ve gone through the whole process before. i am going home in a week. is the process the same for balikbayans?|Paula I think all you need to get is exit clearance which is supposed to take a lot less time. Get it at POEA or at some SM malls or at the airport before you leave.|OMG. Thank God for this blog entry. This surely gave me a heads up. Although, I really want to skip this process. I have friends in Singapore who didn’t undergo this. I wonder if its also applicable to me. I am probably more scared of the POEA scene more than anything. I hope it slightly improved since this is a year old entry.Thanks for this one. I don’t know you but I think I love you already. ??|You’re welcome Tina, I only hope things have improved since I went |You are very astute. This is EXACTLY the same thing that has happened to me when I got my OEC just this week. The only difference is that there was no more EPCI to process the OFW e card,they said for us to come back January next year(????)(when I’m already out of the country???) Anyway,I will try to go to any EPCI branch and get my OFW card there before going abroad. This blog really helps the newbie OFW…keep it up|Oh my, so not much has changed…Ya I did think this post would be helpful ?? I dont want others to be as “innocent” as I was heehehYou’d think that with all the benefit the govt is getting from the OFW contributions that they’d give people a break no? hay.|hi Mai,Thanks for this link. will forward to my sister. very informative!|hello mai, i’m so glad i saw your blog as i am seeking some answers to some of my concerns, thank God! were you directly hired or through an agency? i learned that there are new guidelines for direct hiring. just browsing through them from poea’s website’s driving me crazy. i’m really glad i now have an idea how to go through the whole thing. i’m just wondering if the process you went through would be the same as mine this coming weeks. do hope you can enlighten me if you can ??i’m one of the soon-to-be OFWs who is lucky enough to stumble upon your blog. thank you very much!God bless!|Hi Len,I’ve read that there has been some significant changes in the name hire process. Try searching the net using name+hire+OFW+bond and you’ll get links with informationGood luck| did u get ur medical cert on the very same day? what are the procedures for the med exam, what will be inspected? for the poea, do u need to pay fees in dollars? thanks|You know I guess I have to say this because I didn’t mention it before.But. I. HATE. TEXT. TALK. it always makes me think twice about answering a post. If you can’t put in the effort to write entire words, why should I make the effort to answer, di ba?Anyway. What the heck…I paid twice the cost to get my medical certificate the day after my checkup. I could have gotten it earlier if the doctor who was signing did not leave at 530pm. Read up on standard medical exams, and calling in advance to ask what you need to bring and expect would be good. You can pay the POEA fees in dollars, if you dont have dollars they will charge you the peso cost based on the exchange rate for the day.|thanks for this blog…. i’m a soon to be OFW and this is very helpful. I wonder what medical exam you went through….I just want to prepare myself for this… did you have cbc/platelet count? blood chemistry, fbs…cholesterol…and whatever that is needed. Please tell me. Many thanks.|By reading your blog looks like im going to hell and back… Are there any chances that there could be any other One-Stop Shop located elsewhere aside from POEA Ortigas? I will be renewing my passport and sirb and looks like there is still no improvement in their process… Any other faster ways?Thanks for your info MAI|I believe there are some 1-stop shops at the airport and some malls, and you should be able to find the links on the POEA website. But if you’re getting your documents for the first time I don’t think there is any way of escaping the medical/seminar/waiting process…|hi mai.. hehehe mag tatanong lang. baka alam mo or ng iba pang makakabasa nito. magkano ba talaga ang sinisingil ng poea for processing? im am applying direct hire for australia, 457 visa. My employer said POEA is requiring them to pay $4000 au to be able to hire me. Natuwa ako kasi, Sinagot na ng employer mga gastos ko, including IELTS training, Test, medical and even pamasahe. kala ko ok na, tas nagulat na lang ako ng sabihin ng employer ko na ganun nga. May babayadan pa daw na $4000 au. tsk tskmukhang mabibigo pa ata ko ah..anyway di to related sa mga usapan dito..haha natuwa lang ako sa blog mo.. |I am sorry Michael I am not up to date with any recent regulations. I only know what I listed above. Is it a bond? Or a fee? Best to ask them direct, or look somewhere else, my info must be a bit old na.Good luck.|hey mai,nice article. really helpful.I’m going to the poea in the next month or so. My employer’s in the us. i noticed that you mentioned yours is from the US too. So any special requirements? Is it true that the contract needs to be approved at the Phil embassy and needs to have a part saying that they’l pay for the repatriation of my remains, etc etc?your input would be appreciated. thanks!|Hi Jun,I was what was called a direct hire so I don’t know how that changes things. But for what it’s worth: I did not get the Philippine Embassy to approve my contract, I just had a generic “Letter of Engagement” that I had signed agreement on. They gave me a form letter stating that if I died the employer would cover sending my remains back to Manila, and I emailed that to the US, got the signed copy back and presented that to the POEA. If you can get that in writing before you go then maybe you’ll save one return to the POEA. Good luck|Ouch!What a complex process that we have to go through just work abroadThanks for your blog ??|hi mai.. you’re a great help, tnx!! pa istorbo lang, how much did you pay for the entire medical examinations? complete na ba lahat dun sa biomedix? thank you thank you!! god bless!|I honestly don’t remember its been quite a while back. I *think* I paid less than 1000 for rush work which took 1 day to get the results back. That covered everything. The dentist will charge for any work you need, but I found him dishonest so beware|may employer po ako sa USA,pwede po ba ang direct hiring? ano po ang dapat gawin|hi! i got a job in the states and the employer said that they’ll process my H2B visa. direct hire rin ako. wala nang agency. i still have to go to POEA right? since all departing OFWs will have to go through this process? i also dont have any work experience since i just graduated and i dont have SSS, TIN, and philhealth. is it really necessary for me to get those in order for me to leave? thanks!|hello mai,how about for the petition? are the requirements and process the same with the OFW’s? what do you think? i know that you are not “petition” but i’m just asking na baka may idea ka.thanks so much and God bless|san ba ginagamit ang OEC is that necessary kapag nasa port of entry kana like in Dubai or US? thanks|nag apply lang ako ng OEC last sept 25 dahil balik ako ng Dubai last oct. 2. but after a week i need to come back to the Philippines to attend to my sister’s wake. i’ll be back to Dubai on Oct 19. can i use the OEC that i applied last sept 25 or i need to apply for a new one. thanks|I’ve not updated in a long time so caveat emptor, folks.The petition is a whole other story, sorry I am not so familiar with the process. Lots of information on the net, though. Good luck.I think you need an OEC to exit the Philippines, not to enter another country (that would be a visa)I think you need a new OEC for each exit, unless they issue a multiple-exit OEC which the document should state.|add ko lang sa mga nagpapapaattest. kung ang lugar nyo ay sa probinsya, hanapin nyo ang pinakamalapit na wwwexpress at dun nyo ipadala at huwag sa wwwexpress dfa branch. 7 days ang processing nila. pero kung ipadala nyo sa sm dasmarinas, 3 days lang nasa bahay mo na. laking pagkakamali ko at duon ko pa naipadala ang diploma ko. huwag nyo ring gagamitin ang track and trace nila at walang silbi. dalawa lang ang nilalagay nilang remarks: in transit at successfully delivered. hanggat maari, lakarin nyo mismo ang mga docs nyo personnally at huwag iasa sa wwwexpress. no choice lang sa mga embassy at preferred nila ang wwwexpress.|Darn process. Can we complain to the higher authority regarding these tedious and corrupted process hehehe|hi! thank God for this blog! i have been planning to spend my christmas in the philippines this yr. actually it’s my first time to go home in 4 yrs. i have never been to any seminars when i left the philippines 4 yrs ago coz i was still a tourist back then. now, i have been holding a working visa for 4 yrs and im afraid i will have to go through this process once i go back to thailand. can this be done in the embassy here? arrggghh.. i dnt feel lyk going home anymore.. help!|Hi I was wondering if it’s ok to take a table spoon of flax seed oil daily if I am on manopar, I have heard some oils mess with prescription drugs?Thanks ??|Flax seed oil won’t cause side effects although fish or cod liver oil is more bioavailable. Flax seeds, ground up before you eat them are better because the oil goes rancid quickly. Take the seeds with meals, the drugs between meals.|Maryann, did anyone reply to you? We would love to have you submit a sample article! 300 words or less. Also, you need to submit a current photo and short bio. Thanks. Jane|Would love to get information about submitting articles for your blog. I love this site!|Hi Noriko…hope you got the email I sent, letting you know how to share. We look forward to hearing from you! Sadhvi|I’m thrilled to find a place to read and share stories with women over 50. However, I’m not clear how to submit a post. And, how to attach the photos that are required.Thank you, Noriko|Is there a charge to write / be featured on your blog?|I saw your article on one my news feeds. I wanted to introduce myself, my name is Elaine Birks-Mitchell, CEO and Founder of The Bra Recyclers. We support over 80 non profit organizations around the country through the donation of bras to their programs. I would love to talk with you on how we can support you or the organization that you are providing bras to. 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I am on medication as per doctors order but feel flat lined my husbands very supportive but is scared i will go into awakening again and will turn on him i too greated people and had such a wonderful experience but my guilt on choices came through and i felt liked i walked through hell if i didnt tell my husband the truth about stuff i never told him it was like a confession and he forgave me. I am lost now as this medication is flat lining me. I want to be able to be awakened and reframe from bringing the crazy out. I pray to find this place.|Hi – I just came across your article tonights as I was looking up the spiritual aspects of being very close to a powerful lightning strike. It happened tonight. I was walking into my kitchen and just as I got near a window, and incredible strike hit something behind my apartment. It seemed so intense I thought it hit a power line or box and all power may be lost in the neighborhood area I am in. But nothing happened. I didn’t see a tree break either. So weird…it feels like the closest I’ve ever been to lightning. I loved your article. I started crying in the middle of it. I was bawling, actually. As you described what you were doing bowing at people in cars…I could get what you were saying…I could feel how everyday we just daydream our lives into these routines and we could be dancing, celebrating, embracing each other like we understand how precious we are to even be alive. I was thinking this as I walked in my quiet neighborhood. LIke, what if music was playing – live bands on every other porch, people outside talking, kids playing, people dressed uniquely, hugging each other and really seeing themselves in each other’s eyes. I was thinking that, as I was praying to hand over to God the things I cannot manage or control. Even things that we’re supposed to manage and control. I just see that I probably don’t or haven’t done as well as when the most out of the blue things happen to me. I was blown away about how my life has changed since I met and dated a very ill guy with NPD – very smart, but indeed abusive and wicked in his pre-planned sadism. He gave me a gift though…he awoke me to the same treatment I’d received from my mother along with my 4 sisters. It was brutal childhood and over the last year since dating this guy have I awakened to the buried pain that I thought I’d worked through. Oh, there was so much more. This man with NPD also helped me see how I was copping out on myself. Taking a shallow, less committed path than what is inside me. I cared about a lot of insignificant things to remain safe; which is an illusion. Back in 1999 I used to write in my journal – “God please let me slide down the edges of what ever this is I keep holding onto!” I knew it was something, but the planet has so many distractions to our truth. I wasn’t ready…like you being in the hospital helped, I needed to incubate a few things in the mid-late 90’s. I’ve been doing mudras mantras and meditation for a year to recover from the relationship that handed me ass and then some. I was pollyanna and wisdom was rising up inside of me. It had to destroy everything I was taking so lightly for me to go deeper into something that I knew was inside me. A real connection to divine and that the divine is in us all. We miss it all the time by being asleep. And then you lose people as you get older and you have more time to reflect. That is where i am now. I froze in time in many ways at age 35 and just fast forwarded into 53 and beyond. As I lay on my bed reading your article and started howling I felt like a mother going through labor. The contractions. It was overwhelming for a bit and I wanted it to stop. I was terrified at being so overwhelmed at feeling like this while reading your article and it was in waves and as it subsided i both wanted to keep it going and let it go. When I could bear it, I felt I could grasp enough of this experience to share in what I am doing now. To let it work though me almost subconsciously, for consciously it almost scares me. In other words, I can sense that line where I am still in the dreamlife and awakening. I pray I can keep that and share that in what I do. Maybe it is all finally making some sense and I like how Jung said to stay grounded as I can see me floating off for a bit…but I love that I could trust my human being to integrate this in. And what happens next is to be seen. Thank you. I am glad I found this tonight. More and more, no coincidences.|Hello Paul.I had the same experience. A flash of light in pure darkness. Like the Big Bang. They told me we exist and don’t exist at the same time. We go in and out of existence. We create reality. I began to feel anxious on realising this. They told me it’s important to stay calm. They said staying calm is most important. They said negative thoughts will take you towards destruction and harm. Stay calm. It was so real. They told me my reality was a dream. It’s all a dream. I’m a participant in the dream and that all reality comes from that pulsing bright light.Then coincidentally someone mentions quantum physics… Then as I’m looking for the image in my mind on the net I stumble upon Quantum physics Zero point. I realise scientists are now talking about it. I sit here calmly. Not worried at all. Unsure what to do with this information. I’m at peace. Something inside me changed after the flash. I’m less negative. I love life more. I’m unsure what to do with it. But they say to me ‘you don’t have to do anything, just enjoy this’. So I’m doing just that. I’ve been a therapist for years. Now I’m enjoying my time, my space. I recommend people relax and enjoy the process and all will be fine.|Thankyou for this article! In the past 4/5 months I’ve noticed I have made changes in my life I wouldn’t normally do, I’ve taken up meditation and feel great for it, I’ve found joy in things I wouldn’t expect to and thought in different ways than before. My personality has changed and I could not tell if this was for good or bad, leaving me a little confused and scared to ask people in case I was labelled “crazy”. I have been trying to get my head around what is going on but this article has helped assure me that no matter what path I take or what changes happen to me that they will all make sense one day, so for the mean time it’s best to just accept and let them flow.|On the subject of evil, one thing I have noticed is that there are repetitive negative karmic-reincarnational patterns. These repetitive evil patterns can stay with us for many thousands of years or more, until we identify them. I’ll use the Trojan War(a repetitive pattern), as an example. First, there were a number of incidents in my life, which identified me as Paris, of Trojan War infamy. Then, several years ago, I had a friend who I Identfied as Agamemnon, from Trojan War times, apparently my mortal enemy in that lifetime. This identification of his previous lifetime was made possible when he told me of a couple of visionary experiences that he had. In one, he recalled being the general of an army, who gave the command to destroy an entire city. I asked him why he did that. He said it was so that the enemy would never be able to launch an invasion against his homeland, in the future. The other vision was of him being ambushed and slaughtered. I realized he was talking about Agamemnon. I also realized that he had a wife(his third wife), who reminded me of Cassandra and a younger brother who reminded me of Menalaus. And I realized that the Trojan War was part of repetitive evil patterns. Something like this must have happened many thousands of years ago. A highly evolved race came to Earth on a rescue mission. The idea was fostered by the Luciferians that it would be beneficial to interbreed with this new race. Infected with that false idea, I seduced and impregnated the inviolate Mother Goddess of the new race. This lowered their spiritual frequency, even more so when they found out about it. They quickly formed an army, rooted in anger and lack of tolerance. The leader of that army(Agamemnon’s predecessor) came to my village and confronted me. In grief toward my former friend, sorry if I had caused such harm, I turned away so he could kill me if he wanted to. After killing me, he gave the order to destroy my entire village, except those they kept as sex slaves, an action not anticipated by me. Standing there watching in etheric form, I became very angry. As a consequence, I made the unfortunate angry decisions that in the future, I would have relations with their women as I pleased and in similar situations, I would fight them to the death. Then it’s easy to understand how in future incarnations I would become involved with too many Helens, Delilahs and Cleopatras, etc. and live too many lives like Alciabades. And my friend would live too many lifetimes as a tyrant, even destroying entire cities. This lifetime, my friend was on a spiritual path. He had a guru and instructor of karate at a young age. He had gurus he followed and respected in his older age. Then he rejected one of his enlightened gurus, having developed anger and intolerance toward that guru and others. Within a few years he got cancer and died. I attended a funeral service for him and talked briefly to his widow and others. I noticed that she still harbored the same anger and intolerance of her dead husband. And she wasn’t the only one. You needn’t accept my evaluations as being entirely accurate. The main thing I’m trying to illustrate here is how negative(evil) patterns can extend through karmic-reincarnational patterns, encompassing a long period of time through a time stream.|thank you SO much for this. ever since my experience i have thought the exact same thing about it being simply something spiritual/connection with the unconscious rather than a mental illness. i believe sending people to hospital is very dangerous as it made me very scared and turned a nice experience into psychosis. I hope to find out more, i would like to visit buddhists and such. thanks again x|I always knew and expressed that there was this massive passion and fire inside of me, like a tiger that wants to unleash on the world, now I see where the passion is arising from, I would love to talk with you about this at some point. Thank you again as this article is so tactfully and clearly written and is a treasure and gift to the world. Thank you for your work for amateurs like me who are only beginning to wake up!|This article is a miracle! Thank you Paul! This has helped me so much to begin to connect deeper on the path to integrating my emergence a few weeks ago and further seeing how the reactions of others have indeed been the feedback to help trust that inner voice even more! Right after I knew enough to know I didn’t know anything, in other words I got enough of a glimpse of the unsolvable puzzle, I began to listen to others and hear how they were providing me exactly what I needed to hear to begin to learn to live and get on the path to meet the world where it is. I realized this right after my crisis before reading your article that the feedback of others thinking I was going crazy was more evidence that the world was in the dream state and afraid of my waking up. I further trusted this inner voice that I now I see the déjà vu of how this inner voice of truth has always been here in my life in my deepest and quietest moments of inspiration – when I want to change the world and spread love and joy – in those moments I can feel all the circles of negative energy and have a deep, good nature that wants to emerge and have the world hear this voice and give and move us toward that good nature with nothing needed in return. So, as I began to trust that voice and was willing to die for the beauty and absolute completeness of the present moment I was experiencing, I did actually die (I felt pulled to jump into freezing water and sink without a fight, complete surrender, to return home, it was so beautiful) and then I released some of this energy after my crisis trying to bring others along with me, all my friends, this was obviously not effective and a good learning experience and I’m glad I did this to receive the feedback and release the pressure building from all those moments of inspiration held in during late nights of writing and having realizations – it also faced another fear and was another breakthrough to explode on people and then watch the feedback – I see how the crisis plays into the opening now. I knew deep down in my intuition that the magic I was opened to was a revelation beyond the entire psych/medical establishment, beyond the monetary system, beyond anything of this world, despite a doctor “who knew” bless his heart as it was coming from that pure place of love, care and sincere concern, trying to make a judgement based on my explosions and expressions of the massive energy I was beginning to channel during and after the crisis and probably rightfully from his perspective calling it manic and recommending I go to a hospital for a few days. I sat in peace and silence as 8 eyeballs kept staring at me telling me what I needed to do, including my parents…I at one point said, “I find it funny and ironic that I’m sitting here in complete peace and silence and 4 people are staring at me, in my face, scared, telling me what is wrong with me as if they know.” Obviously there is some intelligence as to where they were meeting me as I just unleashed too much energy and had engaged in some pretty reckless behavior for the past few years leading up to this emergence. So overall, I now see my journey to now was learning to trust and not let anyone compromise my true nature, and I was and will continue to do this with an open mind of course to the gifts of others as their feedback is always a clue left behind on the journey of how to effectively channel our gifts – even if they locked you up Paul for a few weeks in a hospital – I can see how even that is a gift to a deeper realization of where each of us are on our journeys! It’s further data and confirmation of how awake the world and the establishments we accept as our consensus reality are in line with the deeper reality beyond the mind. What a miracle! Love to you and I hope I can speak to you at some point.And I totally resonate with the “divine drama” and how every moment is a miracle…my life flashed in front of me after I trusted my revelations and I knew for certain that every moment, conversation, and connection before was perfectly aligned to bring me to that moment – it was a miracle to metaphorically die and have this force of a revelation. I’m experiencing massive energy and am learning to ground myself with the help of others as you say.|Improved recognition as well as therapy of depression in late life will certainly make those years a lot more pleasurable aswell as fulfilling for the depressed senior citizen, the household, and carers.|I had a traumatic past, constantly confronted with unnecessary conflicts and unfair circumstances. I was harboring a deepening hatred for humanity due to those confrontations and I felt that I was heading down a very dark path if I never had my “psychotic” break. My first experience happened during my birth month. The serenity, love, and joy I felt and what I saw completely healed me from all my past pains and suffering. I became a new person, full of the compassion and sympathy I had lost during my harsh childhood. As an individual who has had two near-death experiences, I can tell you that there is another realm that is just as real as our physical realm. I believe most forms of mental illness are a result of some sort of interference from that higher/spiritual realm.|I believe I am at a crossroads almost two years ago I was at the end of my rope I was completely overwhelmed by depression pain and anger I gave up my 32 birthday after a partying and pouring out feelings and pain I didn’t know existed I had submitted my soul to misery I was ready to die as I slept a dream was givin to me of mountain rain when I awoke I weight was lifted I was not full I could breathe again although still cycling through depression my emy heart was humbled shortly after I began studying Christianity not commit but a surprising interest there through the bible I found a language .. A relation shortly after about2014 I started to write something I never did without thought or reason my hand began to move I found small nootes with emotions I had without pulse written sinse2012 that was light! Feb 2014 I started five spiral notebooks many poems math predictions I thought all together seven book I thought where adding to one storie but beheld by me was only a chpyer which ended yesterday marked the “dig” and tonight another book has began I do not read what is written until god tells me two I don’t write this I believe is a gift I never possessed after typing a theory given to me by the Devine that I had not commied because my mind was not yet did of the mind that plagued me because I was stuck in the cycle of depressed actions and I needed to reverse the cycle to end it a cure and my led ended the dig I have been awakened and know begin my stand to move forward I’ve had a rough time throughout my twentys DARK and I have direction through messages in my books the divine have showed me how I will find peace and unity to a separated soul its slow but this is really happening I have also been extremely sensitive to others emotional state by energy its like I can feel there souls good n bad idk sometimes I think I’m buggin but it feels good to find others as of now I am alone when try to tell friends its lil they just don’t get it they can’t fathom?????? Well divine power tells me that my name will not be forgotten I would love for some one with more awareness and knowledge to look at what I have written only to be sure that this is a journey so I will be sure it is real ty so much for your time s.|im mark from philippines. im only 23. i dont know if you believe me but im actually in a state of awakening, also. im a little bit confused on what was going on to me. i dont know why i could understand the way a person feels, based on the way he acts and talks and more situations that i know today your the only one who can answer me. its like im in a deep sleep and i could say im awakened to the truth and reality. i really need guidance because im a little bit confused. im far from psychosis. im willing to go under a test just to prove that im not lying.|Thanks Paul,I gotta say this is a great place for people to express themselves.. Your story is very inspiring and it hit very close to home! My experience wasmuch different than yours and I’m sure everyone’s is very different with multi-dementional aspects. I felt fine insanity part of it, as I have always been a littlecrazy.haha The major problem for me was “the fear”. It’s very hard to explaindue to the “gray” tall parts of it. I also looked up those verses in Mathew.. Andyes God also confirms the rich getting richer and poor getting poorer.I know you are appreciated in very high places.Praise GodBryan|I absolutely agree with Brian,Getting back to the Bible saved me. I really thought I was going insane. I urge people of the Christian tradition who are going through SA to read Matthew 13 v10-17. In it Jesus is specifically dealing with the collective unconscious and is speaking to people like us who know that there is much more to this world than meets the eye.I also know that God is not an observer on Earth but is running the show. This mass spiritual awakening has probably been planned for millennia. Perhaps we are moving towards a new Golden Age.Best wishes,Paul|I truly believe God is the answer! If you are lost, in fear of losing your mind, or have had a spiritual awakening… Please take into account that you need to strengthen your spirit. And God the Almighty will help you overcome anything! Please find God. He is the savior of those who truly believe in Him.If you have fear, emptiness etc… After the awakening,. That is God telling us as a WARNING our spirit is very weak! Attain to faith in God! He is the only one who can save you!!! “I also suggest to start by reading the Bible, “the Quran” or any spiritual book that “makes sense”. And above all… Stay conscious of God! Never put h second in your life!!!Yours truly,A God fearing servant|[…] Smoothies as Meal Replacements […]|[…] is standing right in front of you at once? Probably not, because in reality, it is a lot of fruit! Gettin My Healthy On argues that smoothies can and actually should count as meals (especially if it is a big one). […]|I learned the difference between BBQ and cookout yesterday. Can’t stop laughing at this article now! My store bought potato salad languished in the fridge because Mama P. made so much Homemade salad that tasted 10x better. But now I don’t feel so bad about taking the potato salad back home. Tons of fried chicken, fried catfish, and mac & cheese were awesome. All TV’s were going in all rooms and they even ran 300 foot of wire to have a tv in the backyard. Let’s not forget the start time changed three times and I was still the first one to arrive even though I thought I was 30 minutes late running on white people time.|Comment to the commentators: Cultural differences makes the world a more interesting place. Love yourself, embrace your culture, and learn to respect and appreciate the cultural differences of others. Note to the author: Thanks for the laughs! No harm, no foul. God Bless!|As a black Englishman, I have always found it intimidating whenever I go to a cookout.By the way what does G.O.A.T stands for?Black English|GOAT=think Ali. P. S. Do you look like Idris Elba…at all? If not, how much do you sound like him?? Asking for a friend…|Greatest of all time.|Greatest Of All Time|G.O.A.T. = Greatest Of All Time|G.O.A.T. in the States mean the GREATEST OF ALL TIME|Greatest Of All Time|Greatest Of All Time!|Greatest of all time. Muhammed Ali|Greatest of all time|G.O.A.T. = Greatest Of All Time|Greatest of All times.|Also, if you show up on time for a cookout, you’ll definitely be hungry if you didn’t eat first, put to work t

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