Dictiommentary

Nilalangaw na ‘tong blog ko ah. malagyan nga ng entries…

Welcome To Benj’s Twisted Dictionary With Commentary

FORMAL LABORATORY REPORTS (eyp-el-ar)- What i do most of the time. syn: buhay,  library research, borrowing books, typing with MS word, reading,  calculating with MS Excel

GRADUATE(fud-tek) –
What I want to be in 2 1/2 years time or less.


GULLIBLE
– Walang gullible sa dictionary.

//haha…// 

KAIROS (op-or-choo-ny-ty)- The term "kairos" is used in theology  to describe the qualitative form oftime  . In rhetoric kairos is "a passing instant when an opening appears which must be driven through with force if success is to be achieved." (en.wikipedia.org)

// that’s half the name of this blog, which defines its purpose: to encourage people to grab all opportune times for growth and change towards Christ-likeness//

PAPACY (da-di) – Pagiging ama.

//I hope to be a father someday. I am, however, alarmed by the fact that even Israel and Judah’s best and most righteous kings (David, Hezekiah and Josiah) had a hard time in raising their children. David’s son Amnon commited incestuous rape. Hezekiah’s son Manasseh was the longest ruling evil king in Judah. Jehoiachim, the Great Reformist King Josiah’s son, was described as "doing evil in the eyes of the LORD". Being a righteous king did not assure that their household was obedient to the LORD. Perhaps there were many factors, like their environment and personal choices. I have, however, seen some Christian families who have taught their children well, and I believe that it’s still possible to rear up children according to God’s directives and succeed//

PERPETUAL (aaaaaaa-gh) – the adjective that best describes my lack of sleep

STUCK KNOWLEDGE(?) – what becomes to what you learn from cramming, but only while you are taking the exam. syn: short term memory, "nasa-dulo-na-ng-dila-ko knowledge"

TARPAULIN DESIGN (tarp)– yung gagawin ko ngayon kasi nakakasawa na magtype ng FLR.

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