Judgment Day, May 21, 2011, the Biggest Scam?

May 21, 2011, an end of the World today? This is probably the biggest scam in the world happening these days since that con-drum of Y2K.

Some people know how to blind fold others completely so they can financially benefit from their well-crafted scam. People, the world is not ending today, May 21, 2011. Stop listening to the garbage started by Harold Camping and his church nuts in Florida.

“However, no one knows the day or hour when these things will happen, not even the angels in heaven or the Son himself. Only the Father knows. (Matthew 24: 36).

‎”No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.” (Mark 13: 32).

“He said to them: “It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority”. (Acts 1:7)

Only if you are an Atheist, then you will believe Harold Camping, an Atheist, who came up with this garbage.

Only Atheists are preparing for their Rapture. Christians and believers are not participating in this festival.

One may refer to todays’ theory of Rapture as an Atheist festival, and if you believe in it, then you don’t know your Jesus and don’t believe in whom you serve.

Some people in the US have given up their wealth, abandoned their homes and cars, given away their money, in preparation of this stupid Atheist festival.

What would they do after today when the world has not ended? Where would they go live in it since they have given away their properties? How will they feed their families? And how much money would Harold Camping have made from this?

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The Power of My Own Words and the Burning Passion Within Me

Since I was about 14 years old, I would say to myself what I wanna do and then I would just do it. No one makes me and no one stops me from doing what I want in my life. That’s why I’ve ended up where I’ve been to do what I have done. I simply say what I want, pray about it and then do it, of course with the help of some great friends and people in my life. There’s no limit for me, no boundaries; it’s just me, I am my own limitation.

If I want to do something in my life, and I hit the wall, I try to find a way on how to do it, but even better. But if there’s no way, then I make my own way through the walls, steep mountains or deepest valleys, if I have to. This has always been my philosophy and it has always worked for me.

I don’t have to have come from a well-to-do family; I don’t have to have well-known or rich family members to help me realize my dream, when coming to me, my life, and my family; it’s all about me and a few of those who care about me. Any success or failure that I realize, it’s because of my own hard or less work; my own merit, and the power of networking, connecting with the right people in order to help me achieve what I have set out to do.

For me, nothing is impossible. If I have to go to the farthest place on earth, thousands of miles away from home and everything that i know and love, then I will just do it, so I can make my wish come true.

I have no borders, no limits, and no fear. I say it, and then I do it.

Sometimes it may take me years, but one thing about me, I never quit, I don’t give up no matter how the situation might be. I just keep on pushing until I get it done; just the way or better than I expectedly wanted it.

It’s my passion, it’s my tenacious spirit. And the more someone says; “Simon, you can’t do it”, then the more I would do everything possible, just to prove that someone wrong.

It’s the fire in me, it’s the burning flame of desires and wanting to be more than just me, it’s the wish to leave a legacy and a platform on which my children and family would be proud of me.

So, never tell me that I can’t do it, because you’ll just help fuel my burning passion and desires to prove you wrong.

Recognize Passed Loved Ones Using Social Media

On July 5th, Ken Morico posted on his K.Mog blog about using social media to recognize passed loved ones, which is very similar to what Wrisen does, and I thought it’s cool to have found his blog today. Here is what he wrote;

“When two people I know died and I witnessed the online support of friends and family that followed, I realized that social media can create a sort of digital cemetery. In real life, visiting a cemetery can be a social activity. With social media Web sites like Facebook, activities like visiting a cemetery can be mimicked.

When you create a Facebook Group, you enable family and friends to share stories, photos, and discuss the deceased person with others. With the United States being so large and people spread out in cities all over the world, it can be challenging to visit a cemetery. Like other tasks with social media, visiting a digital cemetery is very fast. Where else can you visit a cemertery 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Certainly visiting a digital cemetery isn’t scary at night.”

Read more at his blog at www.kenmorico.com. And learn more about Wrisen at http://www.wrisen.com.

Wrisen.com, a Social App to Help You Remember, Honor, and Cherish Your Loved Ones

Wrisen LogoWrisen (www.wrisen.com) was launched on July 27, 2009, and it’s live now exclusively on Facebook at http://apps.facebook.com/wrisenbook. Wrisen, a social app for social networks lets you easily create profiles for all your loved ones, post and share eulogies and condolences, upload their pictures, videos, and memorial gifts.

Wrisen enables you to share sympathy about your loved ones with your all friends and family members on Facebook.

The application is a Facebook-like by itself within Facebook, it’s free, easy and simple to use, and each eulogy, condolence or comment posted on any profile and on the profile wall is instantly distributed and shared among all your Facebook friends.

You can basically create and post a profile for any person or pet that you may have admired and adored. It could be anyone from the past, such as Princess Diana, Gandhi or anyone you want to eulogize.

Wrisen is a cool social application that I created to help make social network users feel better and forever remember their passed loved ones.

Try it out and please let me know what you think about it.

A Very Sad Day for John Travolta: Actors’ Son Jett Travolta Dies at 16

Children anywhere, are not supposed to die at this young age, specifically from a disease, an epileptic seizure, especially in some of the countries with the best medical facilities. It’s very sad, very, very very sad, for any parent to lose a child, anywhere.

I was traveling yesterday and wasn’t able to keep up or check the news, and today Saturday, I woke up late, at 7:00 am EST, and as usual, I logged onto CNN.com and BBC News, for my daily breakfast news and current events, and my eyes suddenly have gotten wet, my heart feels sad, as I read the headline news that John Travolta’s 16 year old son, Jett Travolta, died of seizure while vacationing in the Bahamas.

No parent anywhere should go through that, especially that its cause is a disease. It’s already the worst feelings for any one to lose his or her loved one by any cause, but when it’s a teenage child, it’s devastating. As a parent, you hope and expect that your children will be grow up happy, healthy, and grow older, but when a child dies, it’s very sad.

Just imagine the parents and childrent in Darfur, where death has become a common daily thing; and the cause is man made.

My heart and prayers go out to the Travolta’s family.

Read more at CNN.com.

Shirtless Photo of President-elect Obama on Vacation in Hawaii

I am posting this photo (below) of our President-elect, Barack Obama, on vacation in Hawaii, a picture which is seen on CNN.com and most other news media outs, and has caused quiet a stir and high debate about Obama’s security.

 That’s, if a civilian photographer with a long lense camera can get that close and snap a picture of President-elect on vacation, then what would prevent anyone else with bad intend to reach him? Where was the Secret Service? Or did this photographer has security clearance? If so, then what does that say about the privacy of our President, who’s not only taking his much needed vacation, but also is mourning his grandmother?

For me, this photo is now a reminder for me to go to the gym and work out and shave off at least 40 lbs. I just now realize how overweight and unhealthy I have become, yes, I have to cut down from going to the Cheesecake Factory and on all those midnight snacks and juicy steaks.

Shirtless President-elect Obama on Vacation in Hawaii

Shirtless President-elect Obama on Vacation in Hawaii

FOX Secret Millionaire

Secret Millionaire is a reality TV show on Fox. I have never watched it until today. It is actually a great show. It’s really an amazing show.

In all the reality shows out there right now and in recent years, Secret Millionaire, is probably the best show out there now, because it’s reaching out to real people, through other people who’ve made it in life, to make a real difference in the life of those who are doing extra ordinary things to help others.

But one thing that is even better, the show features one of the characters, Gurbaksh Chahal, whom I have just come to learn more about, just today. The following is Chahal’s brief bio that I copied from the Secret Millionaire web site.

Like other successful entrepreneurs out there, G inspires me. His family’s history coming to America from India inspires me even more.

“A technology entrepreneur, Gurbaksh Chahal, also known as ‘G,’ left high school at age 16 to form Click Agents, an internet advertising company, which he sold two years later for $40 million. In January 2004, Chahal launched BlueLithium, a company focused on the next generation in online advertising, and just over three years later, BlueLithium was sold to Yahoo! for $300 million. Now, at 26 years old, Chahal is set to debut his third company, gwallet.com, and has written a memoir, titled “The Dream,” to be released later this year.”

Chahal’s personal web site is at www.chahal.com.