|Photo by Bob Willits|
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 6:51 AM
Saturday, May 21, 2011
|(From the album 'Bigtec Day Out.' Photo by Tara)|
I found myself on top of a slanted ravine.
I was holding a special kind of ropes fastened to the trunks of coconut trees on the slope.
In the middle of the ravine was also a man having ropes on his body, somersaulting in the air and other stunts to the applause of people below.
I never knew what to do with the ropes; but as I grasped and held to feel it, realization came to me that I could do it.
Then, I found myself standing on the ropes and somersaulting in the air and landing my feet on the ropes again.
People applauded my stunts to the bewilderment of the adept man because he himself learned it after a long time of practice.
[Blogger's Note: This dream is symbolic. And four days after the dream, what it symbolizes happened to me. I wrote this experience in my diary entry of June 22, 2008. I will post that entry in my next blog post.]
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 7:15 AM
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
|The mountain of the Island City and the Big City's black-sanded beach and the low sea in-between and a young man being chased by another through the waters of low tide.|
|The boys playing on the beach amidst remnants of pillars of sea houses.|
|And the men wading their way through waters for home after a 'plunge' to the low waters. (Photos by Gio C. Tijano)|
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 8:43 AM
Friday, May 13, 2011
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 11:07 PM
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
|Photo by Kim Tien Huynh|
Of late, I had a dream.
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 4:01 AM
Saturday, May 7, 2011
|He was with his mother and some neighbor friends with their own seafood finds.|
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 7:50 AM
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
|Benny Hinn and Pope John Paul II|
Sermons of most Catholic priests are limited while preachings of most non-Catholic evangelists are Spirit-filled.
Non-Catholic Christians only believe the Bread as symbolic of the Body of Christ.
That is why the Catholic Church believes the consecrated Bread and Wine as the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ both symbolically and in reality.
What a good vision it is when the two unite!
One's strength filling the other's weakness.
Could it be the starting point of the realization of Christ's vision?
That "they may be one"?
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 5:21 AM
Monday, May 2, 2011
Was it his way of saying "thank you" for the chaplets of Mercy that I had been graced to say unceasingly on his dying moment until he breathed his last?
Or, was it a gift or a spirit transference that took place between our two souls as between Elijah and Elisha?
If so, then, am I to love as he had been gifted with to love?
Posted by Gio C. Tijano at 6:56 AM