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struggle

Tagalog

pagpupunyagi

Last Update: 2016-02-27
Subject: General
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Armed struggle

Tagalog

Pakikidigmang geyera

Last Update: 2014-09-14
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conflicts of struggle

Tagalog

kasalungat ng pakikihamok

Last Update: 2015-12-02
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What's internal struggle

Tagalog

ano ang tungalian

Last Update: 2015-06-26
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Self discipline is one of the most common topics that comes back over and over again with my coaching clients. It seems like all of us are struggle to have the discipline to do something (or anything) in our life. Trouble waking up in the morning? Can’t get yourself to clean the dishes? Can’t finish that report or project on time? Can’t get yourself to exercise regularly? All of these scenarios have an issue rooted in the lack of self discipline.

Tagalog

disiplina sa sarili

Last Update: 2016-06-29
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ΦΛΕ Phi Lambda Epsilon 1965 Phi Lambda Epsilon was founded in March 8, 1965 by Ret. Col. Wilson Relox a native from Campalingo, San Fernando, Romblon. He became a regional director, WPD Director and NAPOLCOM Chief in his almost 35 years of military and police service. In 1966, we have joined forces with the CrimeBuster Fraternity and in the early 1980’s we have been strongly forged as one together with the rest of Magic-5 in the fortress of Intramuros, Manila. And in 2004, Phi Lambda Epsilon have been incorporated with Magic-5 Brotherhood Association, Inc (M-5BAI) with SEC No. 200406499 in the Securities and Exchange Commission of the Philippines In June 2010, the formation of National Phi Lambda Epsilon was initiated by P/Supt. Ricardo Fidelino and it was successfully registered to the Securities and Exchange Commission in February 2011 with SEC Registration Cert. No. 201102352. Throughout the years, our brotherhood has spread in many different colleges and universities around the Philippines archipelago. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MINDANAO CHAPTERS Phi Lambda Epsilon in Butuan City was bought by Brod. Rino Canonoy together with Brod. Remus Busa Jr. (aka Tamoy) on December 5, 1980. Their pioneering members were Brod. Nestor Bacon+ and Brod. Toto Gultiano. Brods Rino and Remus are members that survived from University of Cebu on October 5, 1979 thru their sponsor Brod. Ian Makiling (survived 1977) who is now presently residing in Panabo City. The Delta Phi Chapter of Mindanao State University, Marawi City was founded by Danilo Canonoy. They were previously members from Beta Mu Phi (which later became Phi Lambda Epsilon) when they found out that the Beta Mu Phi fraternity was a notorious gang and the organizer could not provide the documents to register the fraternity in the campus. Then, followed by Brod Nestor Villanueva who formed the Cotabato City and Midsayap chapters which includes the Notre Dame University. They invited Rino Canonoy from Butuan to recognize the Phi Lambda Epsilon of MSU Delta Phi Chapter, where Brod Nestor Villanueva of Cotabato also attended the said chapter recognition event and members meeting. Our fraternity ΦΛΕ Phi Lambda Epsilons’ birthplace, Quiapo, Manila was a haven for most of our members who came from the central and southern provinces. We believe that the University of Cebu Chapter where Brod Rino Canonoy et came, were brought by the members from Quiapo, Manila. With these facts, we are still considering the Mindanao Chapters as our very own and that the only missing link was the final acceptance of each other. University of Cebu - Cebu Masbate Colleges, Masbate Silliman University, Dumaguete City Negros Oriental State University, Negros Oriental University Of Mindanao, Davao City University of Southeastern Philippines, Davao City Mindanao State University, Marawi/Gen. Santos/Iligan Agusan Colleges & Butuan City Colleges, Butuan, ADS DANILO BACSAFRA+ Brod. Danilo Bacsafra+ (aka. Lord Buck Zafra) was born in May 20, 1959 in Lumban, Laguna. He was the ΦΛΕ President 1978-79 in our mother chapter Philippine College of Criminology in Quiapo, Manila. He became a very famous Lambda when he established the Avanceña Chapter in Quiapo, Manila. Where most of our members then were moslems and christians that have been the roots of many Junior (HS) Chapters in Metro Manila. Unfortunately, Bacsafra was killed in an ambush by a policeman from a rival fraternity around the vicinity of PCCr in Sept. 17, 1980. That period became one of our deepest moments in ΦΛΕ history, that we are almost at the struggle of extinction. However, we have surpassed the hardship and trials in our mother chapter thru the support of M-5 that vowed to protect and defend one another. He has widowed Sister Tess and left a daughter named Danica. His name became legendary for Phi Lambda Epsilon and Magic-5 that spread throughout the Philippine archipelago.

Tagalog

pagsasalin

Last Update: 2016-02-02
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Why do you not know my struggle where i need to be held accountable

Tagalog

Bakit hindi mo alam ang aking pakikibaka kung saan ako kailangan na papanagutin

Last Update: 2016-01-18
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The movie entails about the life of the young ones who suffer from national crises. It all starts with the narration of the Painter about life of the children, as the character of his master piece of the Last Supper painting. The children in the painting have different stories in life. They are being abused and used for survival, who suffers from irresponsible parents, and putting their life into risk in order to feed their self. At the same time the painter tries to convey to the viewers on how to be sensitive to the children who are not worth of the life they have today. He tries to express that we are not blind of not seeing the environment of poverty. At present I know that poverty everywhere really existing, and who suffer from it are the young ones. I’ve experience the situation where in I’m kind of stupid to be hesitated to express my pity for those who are asking for money, to sustain their needs. I’m kind of inconsiderate of what they are begging. It’s just that I am thinking of myself but not about the situation they have now, being less fortunate of the society. I have also experience a situation where in I’m kind of judgmental person. I judge them to be bad and do bad things if they will approach you. I feel afraid of them; I think that they will take my cell phone, bag, my money in my pocket, or any thing when I am walking on the street. At the same time I’ve experience were I am taking my lunch break, I saw children who are facing in front of me begging for the food I ‘m eating. And what a damn thing I do to them, I surely eat my food until the chicken is flesh-less and leave the plate with a bone of the chicken, without thinking that there is a young individual that will get it and eat it just to feed there hungriness. Even at home, I am so choosy in the food at the table. I will not eat if I do not like the viand that is being served on the table. But don’t mind that I’m lucky enough that there is a blessing, a food that nourished me to survive in this world. Maybe I’m just thinking about my hungriness, but not for them who are hungrier. I realize after watching the movie, a flash back of what I did to the hungry individual, that I am really bad person, self-centered and damn. I think that I am a person without morality, feel enriching, and annoying; and pretending to be blind about the things that need my help. I am not worth to live in this place if what I think is just the world and me. I am so sorry for that. What I did is really a big sin to the society, to the world and to God. I should do even just a little thing, or the things that I really can for the welfare of those in need. I should struggle a lot rather than them because they are not obliged to do so. It is not there responsibility to travel from one place to another just to seek for money. I am educated enough, my range of thinking is good enough, and I already know how to start things move but don’t know how to move for those who do not experience what I do. I am aware about many things about poverty, I feel lose for them but just stop there, no action is being implemented. We are not here in this world just to understand for the things that must be understood, but to act what we really can. I suggest that we as a human who live with better nourishment should give even just a little time for them, by earning money, and maybe someday we can build a better living for them. We should share wholeheartedly, not just in terms of costly things but also in terms of caring and loving, as how God loves us and all of us. “Awareness is useless without action.”

Tagalog

anong paglilimi papel Ng I-sa kambas Ng lipunan

Last Update: 2015-06-27
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The name "Tajik" may derive from the name of a pre-Islamic tribe, perhaps of Zoroastrian origin, and means "crown" or "royalty." The Tajik people are of ethnic Persian descent and constitute the largest indigenous group in the country (about 65 percent of the population). Within this group are the Pamiris, who live in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province and number nearly forty thousand. The Pamiris speak a different language and belong to the Ismaili Shiite sect of Islam, while Tajiks are Sunni. Gorno-Badakhshon is surrounded by mountains, and is isolated for most of the year. Other ethnic groups that were caught within the country as the borders in Central Asia were redrawn during the Soviet era include Uzbeks, Kyrgyz, Turkmen, Kazakhs, Uyghur, and Bukharan and European Jews. Beginning in the eighteenth century, many Russians migrated to the area as soldiers and laborers. Other nonindigenous ethnic groups include Crimean Tartars, Ukrainians, Belorussians, Georgians, Osetians, Koreans, and Armenians. When Tajikistan won independence in 1991, a struggle for power between the clans developed into a civil war. At that time, Islamic fundamentalists wanted to create an Islamic state. Political instability led to a collapsing infrastructure, corruption, and extreme poverty. Location and Geography. Tajikistan borders Afghanistan to the south, China to the east, Kyrgystan to the north, and Uzbekistan to the west and has a land area of 58,809 square miles (143,100 square kilometers). There are numerous glaciers. The Fergana Valley in the northern region is densely populated. It is separated from the rest of the country by mountains from which the Syrdariya and Amu Darya rivers bring rich soil deposits. In the Soviet era, the Vakhsh River was dammed for irrigation and electric power, and factories were built along its banks. Hot summers and frigid winters characterize the climate. The high mountain ridges protect the Fergana Valley and other lowlands from Arctic air masses, but temperatures drop below freezing more than one-hundred days a year. The isolation of the Pamiri has kept them close to their ancient traditions. Although the people of the Khujand (Leninobad) region also are isolated, they are more accessible to the other republics. They were the ruling clan in the Soviet era. Dushanbe (Stalinobod from 1929 to 1961), the capital, is in the west-central region and is the largest city. In 1924, it was chosen to be the capital of the new autonomous republic because of its low population and central location. Read more: http://www.everyculture.com/Sa-Th/Tajikistan.html#ixzz3IR7vbduC

Tagalog

arikitik barbar

Last Update: 2014-11-08
Subject: History
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now the trumpet summons us again-not as a call to bear arms,though arms we need not as a call to battle, though embattled we are - but a call to bear the burden of a long twiglight struggle ,year in and year out "rejoicing in hope,patient in tribulation"-a struggle against the common of man : tranny,poverty,desease and war itself

Tagalog

asdasd

Last Update: 2014-09-10
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