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Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry18 Apr 2014 02:43 am

wings and wanderlust – book reviews by students

Book Reviews of
 
WINGS AND WANDERLUST – The Art of Discovering Your Inner Self
 
By philosophy students of Dr. Manny Dy
at the Ateneo de Manila University

 

“Each page has aroused various thoughts and ideas in my mind. It has been very effective in challenging the things and ideals that I have been holding on for so long.”

 

“The book serves as an inspiration for people who have somehow lost their way and are trying to find meaning in their lives.”

 

“As I went through the pages of the book, I realized that I can always find something to do and be able to renew it and re-invent myself, that I am full of possibilities.”

 

“From one perspective, it can be said that we are doing the author a favor by giving pre-publication comments on his book. But after reading this book, it seems it is the opposite. Mr. Lopez has done me a favor.”

 

“The poems strengthen the messages of the anecdotes in a very different way.  At times, I want to read faster in anticipation of the next poem.”

 

“The author has presented another perspective in life, that one should learn to simplify and live with what one really needs.”

 

“The book is something you can read over and over again.”

 

“The author makes me feel like I was part of the eastwind experience, and he makes me want to try it myself.”

 

“His ideas and concepts are so broad and deep, his advice and opinions and the lessons he wants to give.”
Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry11 Apr 2014 04:53 pm

How to buy the book WINGS & WANDERLUST

HOW TO ORDER THE BOOK
2 easy steps
 
WINGS AND WANDERLUST
The Art of Discovering Your Inner Self
(See book cover and read ‘about the book’ at the end)

 

Send this order form to friends via link –
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2014/04/trial2-paypal-2/

 

The book makes a convenient Christmas or birthday gift to friends anywhere in the U.S. and the Philippines. No fuss, no extra cost, we send the book(s) direct to them.
THIS BOOK IS NOT AVAILABLE IN STORES.
 
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HOW TO BUY FOR PHILIPPINE RESIDENTS.
 
The book will be sent to your home or office address in 2 to 3 days via courier upon confirmation of your payment.
 
STEP 1. MAKE YOUR ORDER.

 

Place your order by email to author Bernie Lopez at eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com
or text/call him at 63927-2394095 (this mobile is in the Philippines), giving
1) Book recipient’s full name (yours or that of a friend, if it is a gift),
2) Book recipient’s home or office postal address (with zip code, if possible),
In the Philippines, PO Box address is not allowed, as required by courier.
3) No. of books ordered (default is one).

 

You will get confirmation your order has been received.

 

STEP 2. PAY.
 
Payment Option 1. Deposit at any BPI branch.
For Philippine residents with no credit cards.
 
Deposit the amount of Php 450 per book (no bank charges) at any branch nationwide of Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) to Savings Account 0086-3992-84 in the name of the author, Bernardo V. Lopez (check name against account number). Email eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com or text/call 63927-2394095 your
1) full name,
2) date of deposit,
3) branch where you deposited.
You will receive a reply that your payment was received and the book is on its way.
 
Payment Option 2. Pay online.
 
Pay online via PAYPAL, using your credit card, or your PAYPAL account, if you have one.
 
PAYPAL REQUIRES EXACT AMOUNT,
OTHERWISE YOUR PAYMENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Price per book is EXACTLY 495 Philippine pesos.
THE DOLLAR EQUIVALENT APPEARS WHEN YOU CLICK ‘495 PESOS’.
 
Orders via PAYPAL are per book, so if you want two books,
make two separate orders of 495 pesos each. (See bulk orders below.)

 

You will be informed by email that your payment was received
and when the book will approximately reach the recipient.

 

Click the Paypal link below to pay online.
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=LSUSPPANYGC7G
 
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HOW TO BUY FOR U.S. RESIDENTS.
 
SINCE U.S. COPIES ARE LIMITED AND SENT OCCASSIONALLY BY BATCHES, WE ACCEPT ADVANCE ORDERS FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE. YOU CAN PAY IN ADVANCE OR ONLY WHEN YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT THERE IS/ARE A COPY(IES) NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOU.
 
STEP 1. MAKE YOUR ORDER
 
Make advance reservation by email to the author Bernie V. Lopez at eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com or by Philippne cellphones (63927) 239-4095. U.S. orders via mobile will not receive confirmation. You will get confirmation by email that you are on the reserved list.

 

STEP 2. PAY.
 
Payment Option 1. Send a U.S. dollar check by postal mail.
 
1) Make out a check of US$11.00, equivalent to 495 Philippine pesos at the prevailing bank rate of $1 for 45 pesos pay to “HERMIE SANTOS”. This bank rate is fixed until there is a big deviation.
2) Send it by postal mail to his address at –
     HERMIE SANTOS
     8 DOCKERY DRIVE
     WEST ORANGE, NJ O7O52
3) Send him an email at hermie.santos@verizon.net informing him to expect your check.
4) You can wait until there is an announcement the book is now available, and then make your payment. When Hermie receives your postal payment, he will confirm receipt via email. If the book is available, it will be sent immediately. If not, you will receive notice  you are placed in the reserve list, first come first served, until a fresh supply arrives.
 
Payment Option 2. Pay Online
Same as Payment Option 2 for Philippine residents.
 
FOR BULK ORDERS TO A SINGLE ADDRESS.
For more than three books, inquire directly by email
with the author, so you can save on shipping cost.
No PAYPAL or credit card payments for bulk orders.
 
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About the Book

 

The adventures of a Filipino who drifted through Europe for three
long years. The book is more than a travelogue. It goes deeper into
the art of discovering one’s inner self, appropriate for those who are
searching for themselves or a career, vocation, or a meaningful life.

 

COLLECTION OF SHORT EXCERPTS (eastwind memoirs)
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2014/04/eastwind-memoirs-collection/
BOOK REVIEWS BY ATENEO PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2014/04/wings-and-wanderlust
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BOOK COVER DESIGN

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amdg
Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry10 Dec 2013 01:35 am

eastwind journals 82 – A PHILIPPINE NO-FLY ZONE IN SPRATELY – power of perspective

HOW ABOUT A PHILIPPINE NO-FLY ZONE? – the power of perspective
 
eastwind journals 82
eastwind prophecies of doom

 

By Bernie Lopez – eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com
Send this to friends as a link -
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/12/eastwind-journals-82
 
Media outlets have permission to publish or quote with credits and notification.

 

The idea of a Philippine no-fly zone in the Spratley may become the catalyst to a future US-China confrontation, but I am sure it has been floating around in the Internet. It is similar to that of China in Senkaku Island near Japan. South Korea recently imposed its own no-fly zone coinciding with China’s. With the mutual defense agreement between the US and the Philippines, there can be a positive response to Chinese incursion, or this can pre-empt Chinese brinkmanship. The way it is going, there may be new no-fly zones in Spratley by Vietnam, South Korea, Thailand, India which all have claims. If this happens, China’s no-fly-zone strategy has become ridiculous and useless, a geopolitical blunder.

 

Meanwhile a mini-Subic Naval Base may soon rise. The Philippine Navy announced the bidding of a Palawan cove for a naval base in the west facing the Spratley with quick easy access to the capital of Puerto Princesa in the east, a carrot on a stick for the US to move in, if the VFA will permit it. Will Pivot to Asia bite? Most probably. It is a golden opportunity. In fact, it may have been originally an American idea. Everything is moving slowly towards a US-China confrontation.
(Source – http://globalbalita.com/2013/11/21/dnd-to-bid-out-p313-6-m-naval-project-on-oyster-bay-near-spratlys/#comment-55246).

 

FATIMA STATUE FROM VATICAN STILL MISSING IN SAMAR
 
The last known news report on the whereabouts of the statue of Our Lady of Fatima, sent by Pope Francis after the Bohol-Cebu earthquake, was in Dolores near Borongan in Eastern Samar. It was stranded there due to Yolanda, on its way to the Borongan diocese.
(Source – http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/11/eastwind-journals-80).
I am requesting for field information from anyone who knows its whereabouts so this can be reported to the Vatican via CBCP. I have alerted the Red Cross which has relief operations in Eastern Samar, but there still has no response.

 

ARCTIC INVASION A YOLANDA WANNA-BE
eastwind prophecies of doom
 
NBC News reports, “An enormous, brutal mass of arctic air is shoving south over most of the U.S. — threatening 32 million people for the rest of the week with snow, ice, wind and extraordinary drops in the temperature. Only the coastal states of the East are expected to be spared.” (Dec 3, www.usnews.nbcnews.com). It is a Yolanda wanna-be, except that its power is brute ice instead of brute wind. The four elements of disaster are air (wind or storm), fire (eruption and forest fire), water (ice storm or storm) and earth (tremors).

 

SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL
 
Perhaps only in the Philippines can you buy cigarette by the stick, vinegar, sugar and cooking oil by the ounces in short slender plastic bags. Coke got the hint and came up with the 8-ounce bottle. In World War II, the Germans built a super-tank that failed because it was too time consuming to build, hence too few, too heavy to cross bridges, too hard to transport. The Russians, on the other hand, built tens of thousands of cheap intrepid fast ‘tin-can’ tanks which took a lot of beating but eventually overwhelmed the Panzer units, like ants conquering a lizard.

 

Macro-economics is for the era of growth, inducing monopoly, greedy giant firms gobbling each other, vicious tycoons, the nemesis of the poor, and triggering financial crises. Micro-economics is for the era of decline, inducing the return into basics, dispelling luxury, wastage and materialism, the savior of the poor, triggering the solution to financial crises. When the global economic meltdown rears its ugly face, we all return to the extreme basics to survive. The monolithic will granulate, convergence will evolve to divergence. The era of the cave will ascend.
eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com

 

ZEN MINIMALISM
 
zen minimalism means
utter simplicity, the return to basics
zen minimalism means
a bare home of paper and wood
a single table for dining
 
zen minimalism means
total detachment from a material world
so the energy of the spirit
can emerge from a frugal body
and dominate your consciousness
 
zen minimalism grew
out of continuous wars
and sufferings in medieval japan
they made the zen garden
to lend peace thru its utter simplicity
 
christiian minimalism
is borrowed from zen buddhism
freedom from embelishment
freedom from worldly desires
freedom from too many worries
 
the way to the Lord Jesus
is a simple uncluttered life
total spiritual attachment
total material detachment
immersion in peace and prayer

 

eastwind

 

THE POWER OF PERSPECTIVE

 

perspective is wisdom
perspective is power
perspective changes us profoundly

 

Take this POWERPOINT micro to macro trip across the universe
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/12/powerpoint-micro-to-macro

 

amdg
Mother Ignacia Healing Ministry25 Nov 2013 07:23 am

eastwind journals 79 – HAIYAN LOGISTIC NIGHTMARE – global food shortage looms

eastwind journals 79
 
BEFORE YOU READ ON – a one-minute prayer from our keyboards for the victims of the millennium storm, and for the looming global food shortage to be averted.
 
Send this document to facebook, twitter or email via link
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/11/eastwind-journals-79
 
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LOGISTIC NIGHTMARE IN THE MILLENNIUM STORM
A problem of distribution not supply
 
By Bernie Lopez
eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com

 

It is commendable that UN’s humanitarian chief Valerie Amos admitted that the rescue and relief speed is too slow. The tendency of Filipino government officials interviewed by CNN and other international media is to paint a pretty picture and not focus on the problems. CNN’s Amanpour cited many past cases elsewhere on this. Government pronouncements are contradicted by victims interviewed by media clamoring for food and water. The public has the right to get the naked truth rather than PR statements.

 

President Aquino’s verbal assurances must be supported by field data. He blamed local governments unable to respond quickly, silent on the culpability of the national government. He failed to realize the gravity of the situation by not ordering the military to launch mandatory evacuation days before the arrival of the storm. Instead, preparations were limited to refugee centers and relief goods.

 

It must be clarified that this is the only category 5 storm in human history. Katrina and Andrew were of lower categories. It is just logical that logistics will somewhat fail to cope with the massive devastation. We cannot blame the anger of people who remained un-serviced. The looting was caused by despair. The solution is not martial law but getting aid to move faster. The massive international support is in contrast to the logistical nightmare, which is now slowly being addressed. Is it possible that the policeman, who was sacked for telling CNN casualties may reach 10,000, might be right? If so, he must be commended and restored to his post. eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com

 

Fatima warnings on a global disaster.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYsCwDgvr74
 
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GLOBAL FOOD SHORTAGE LOOMS

 

The global drought of 2012 triggered grain shortages on a massive scale – Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Australia, Mexico, to name a few. Instantly in the US, Soy, corn, and meat prices increased by 10% in July 2012. Grain shortages result in meat shortages. In the US, there is a media cover-up of looming meat shortages. The Ogallala Aquifer in the US, covering half a dozen states is reported to be shrinking fast. We don’t need a war to have a cleansing. Mother Nature will give it on a silver platter.

 

Food shortages trigger instant food riots, as in Benghazi, Greece, the supermarket raids in Spain. In the Tortilla Riot of 2007 in Mexico, 75,000 took to the streets, when wheat prices jumped overnight by ten pesos. In 2008, when food price indices soared, there were riots in 61 countries.

 

The catalysts to a global food shortage include a catastrophic meltdown of the US economy. A whopping 46 million are now on food stamps. Other catalysts include sustained climate-change weather aberrations, and the continuing leaks in Fukushima resulting in radioactive Pacific Ocean fish on a massive scale.

 

The most critical catalyst to food shortage is in the takeover by financial institutions in controlling food supplies and prices through speculative futures. Four years ago, 90% of food supply came from food corporations. Today, 40% are controlled by financial institutions. In 2012, Mexican President Felipe Calderon asked banks to stop speculating on food and grains, which have triggered social unrest. Jewish-controlled Wall Street actually caused the Arab Spring by purchasing wheat futures which triggered dramatic increase in prices in the Middle East. Finally, the American survivalist movement is growing rapidly, people stockpiling 5-year supply of food in their basements, in anticipation of a sudden panic-driven hoarding. They are protesting  against a new law giving the state the right to confiscate food stockpiles of citizens.

 

An omen of American food inflation is the rise of food prices invisible to consumers.  They do not change prices, only quantity. Kraft cheese has reduced a packet of 24 slices to 22. The 3 ounces of canned salmon is now 2.6. The 18 ounces of Skippy peanut butter is now 16.3. Lays chips have gone down from 16 to 14 ounces. This is to avoid food protests. eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com (source -  http://www.backyardliberty.com/vsl/index.php).

 

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there will be blood and fire
the sun will be turned into darkness
the moon into blood
on the great and terrible day of My coming
all who call on My name shall be saved

 

joel 3:1-5

 

OTHER HAIYAN ARTICLES
1
Towards a disaster response model
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/11/eastwind-journals-78
2
Fatima statue stranded by haiyan – coastal ban inappropriate
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amdg

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