Thank you to Dionesio Grava and the rest of the Facebook group, Mga Bisaya, for answering my question about the Visayan version of “Lupang Hinirang” (Tagalog) or the Philippine National Anthem.
Lirika ni Jess Vestil
(Pasalamat ngadto ni HG sa Bisaya group)
Mutya nga masilakon
Amo kang gimahal.
Yuta s’ mga bayani
Among panalipdan. Ang mga bungtod mo ug lapyahan
Ang langit mong bughaw
Nagahulad sa awit, lamdag sa
Kaliwat tang gawas
Silaw sa adlaw ug bitoon
Sa nasudnong bandila
Nagatimaan nga buhion ta
Hugpong nga di maluba.
Yutang maanyag, duyan ka sa pagmahal
Landong sa langit ang dughan mo;
Pakatam-ison sa anak mong nagtukaw
Kon mamatay man sa ngalan mo!
July 9, 2011: Here is the Lupang Hinirang from GMA Network, Inc. (I am a Public Relations Consultant for GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and the forthcoming GMA News TV International Edition). Go to GMAPinoyTV.com — and if you haven’t subscribed yet, all the information is right there!
Commissioner Jacqueline Lingad-Ricci (Immigrant Rights Commission, City and County of San Francisco) shared these disaster preparedness tips that are applicable worldwide. She says: “With the recent catastrophe in Japan and other parts of the world. Make sure everyone knows where to find your disaster supply kit and Go kits (Go-Kits are emergency kits you pack in advance so that if an emergency strikes, you’re good to go!).
Please find the attached disaster forms, kit list and USGS list of earthquakes in the world in the last 7 days. Kindly share and pass this Disaster Preparedness materials to everyone you know.
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I HEART MY JOB! I can believe that my natural attraction to anything “social media” and “digital public relations” is because of my “social activist and sosyal activist” personality. I am thanking Joji Deduque, my executive recruiter friend, for giving me the labels because he is a good friend who belongs to my coterie of “taga-Lahug” neighbors — loyal and true friends from Cebu.
Here are my video stories for this week. These new friends of mine (the lovely Merchants!) at the Seasons Marketplace at Landess are AWESOME! You don’t have to be Pinoy to love them!