Thursday, August 25, 2011

Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, Resigning - What We can Learn from His Predicament

"Jobs at Apple - Master Inventor, Master Marketer" from Yahoo News

Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO resigning?  Perhaps, due to ill health having had a previous liver transplant and other illnesses attributed to him?

Well, for whatever reason,  'you can't buy good health with all the money, intelligence or wisdom you've got, can you' as some may say.

But he sure was a genius having led apple and the industry into new products and innovations, plus a great marketing thrust that even placed Apples ahead of top performing Exxon in the global business industry market.

[Read on another on Yahoo News post:  "6 Surprising Facts About Steve Jobs and Apple".]

Perhaps, it's God's way of making us realize, through Steve Job's example, that with all of one's material wealth and power, nobody can overpower or outshine God, as He humbles us when we are weak.

In 1 Corinthians 1:18-19, (full message on these powerful verses are on this link 1 Corinthians:17-31) Saint Paul states, “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.  For it is written:

“I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate.’

Anytime we will all die, and it is before this state that we open up to our senses and to the truth that no material things can outlive the words of God.

It's time to know him more, dude, and open yourself to Him, through Christ, and you will see what true peace and happiness means in this life.

After all our hard work, can we bring anything with us when we die?

[Know more about God on this post:  "God's Awesome Works on God's Awesome Creation, and the Messiah in Jesus."]

I did, I lost my life two times, as I had a mild heart attack in 2002 in the Philippines and had angioplasty with one blocked vein, and later had a mild stroke in 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

[Read more on staying healthy:  "About Eating Fruts, Heart Attack and Stroke Signs and Avoiding Cancer."]

Jesus Christ saved me, and learned to know him more and the truth in his words as I have been reading the bible while doing my blog to help spread his light.

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Friday, August 19, 2011

Watch original version of 'New York New York" on You Tube Video Editor

It's showtime ... and sing-along time with Pinoy Blogger (PB) and see cute little Madden, the shaven Lhasa Apso fun dog as he interestingly watches and moves around.

Is she the only reluctant fan for PB in this song, lol?

Watch this YouTube video made on Video Editor as Pinoy Blogger belts out the song, "New York New York" ala Frank Sinatra, or is it Tony Bennett?

PB himself is confused, lol.  But, oh yeah, it's Pinoy Blogger's original version and style.

Take it away PB. He'll love it you singing with him.

Singing is fun and it heals as it expresses yourself, and sometimes, even your spirit, especially in praise and worship songs or songs that come from the heart.

'New York New York' is one of PB's favorite songs as it reminds him of liberty and freedom where many people migrating from different parts of the world started their life in the 'land of one milk and honey,' which is America, of Broadway and other great first class entertainment, of different great tasting food served in restaurants of varied international cuisine coming from a diversity of human culture and race, and, of course, who could ever forget one of Hollywood's and Broadway's favorite singers, the voice and the legend, Hall of Famer, 'ole blue eyes, the late Frank Sinatra, who made this song very popular, or was it the other way around, whatever?

Let's have fun singing to our heart's delight, be it in a Karaoke Bar, at home with friend and family with or without a microphone, or while merely taking a shower, it can energize as it makes you happy and feel good about life.

Thank God for the gift of singing and fun in music.  And thank God for all the good things in life.

[Read on our post:  "'Love' and Saint Paul, Love of God and Self-Pity," for me, the best definition of love thus far.]

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