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Monday, November 30, 2009

Modeling other people!

Walking the talk!
A leader is seen and observed more often than anyone could ever imagine. His words are also taken by his constituents with serious weight and value. Often times, people mimic him. In this regard, a leader needs to be a true role model. He should therefore be careful in his words. He should have clear thoughts of what he believes in. He should always walk the “Talk”. Walking the talk creates credence. It indicates consistency. It manifests a true belief in something expressed by words. It shows truth from deep inside the person giving the talk. Where there is a contradiction between words and actions, it manifests lip service and words devoid of honesty. When you do this, you hurt yourself. You make yourself unhappy, and drives away the benefits of peace of mind found in honesty and the truth.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME /MBM; Http://

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Culture and Details!

Learning the culture of others and important details!
Before you visit another country, it pays to learn as much information as you can about the country. This includes, simple courtesies, and friendly gestures, as well as knowing which things to avoid doing. Take for example, removing your shoes at the door steps of a Japanese house or a special section in a Japanese restaurant. Not all countries practice this. Where you do not know what is acceptable and what is not, you risk offending your hosts or create an impression of being rude. Such situations are sometimes remediable, particularly so, when someone with you, gives the cue or tell you about what is right and proper manners. But, what about not knowing the correct atmospheric temperature at your place of destination? Well, if you do commit a mistake of that sort, and it is winter time, you certainly end up being out there in the cold; not only figuratively, but literally and physically. So, whenever you travel, take time to check some details about your point of destination and learn as much as you can. It is one way to avoid unpleasant surprises, too. It’s part of growing up , you know.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM;

The only God!

“I am the Lord; there is no other god. I will give you the strength you need, although you do not know me. I do this so that everyone from one end of the world to the other may know that I am the Lord and that there is no other god. I create both light and darkness; I bring both blessing and disaster. I, the Lord do all these things.”
ISAIAH 45:5-7

Wednesday, November 25, 2009


Children must be taught!
Children need to learn more about the world. Being unduly aggressive and too cautious are extremes that may lead to nowhere, but experiences of people throughout history and those around us, and a deep understanding of their experiences are the best references and teachers that could not be discounted nor just dismissed. It is not enough to want or desire something without considering the price. You must also plan out things ahead of time and evaluate your willingness to pay for something you want.
Written by Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM; Http://

Learn as much as you can!

One should take care ,not to err on the side of ignorance, hence must learn, whatever it is that needs to be learned from men in history; from their autobiographies; from those who have great insights; from our own evaluative capabilities and experiences. Remember, history can repeat itself, and may just repeat itself always, unless one influences the final outcome. Life so many say, “ is just how we make it!” So, be part of a great history in the making, and not otherwise.
Written by Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM; Http://

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

God's Glory!

God’s Glory!
How clearly the sky reveals God’s glory! How plainly it shows what he has done! Each day announces it to the following day; each night repeats it to the next. No speech or words are used, no sound is heard; yet their message goes out to all the world and is heard to the ends of the earth.
Psalms 19:1-4

Monday, November 23, 2009

Marriage! Making up!

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The right attitude!

Developing the right attitude!
Why do people enjoy their jobs and others do not? Well, there could be many reasons behind this, and among them can be disillusionment with the system, credibility of the leaders, absence of real opportunities, health reasons, politics, friendships, adversaries , and many more. Some people are just not cut for the kind of environment that they are in at a particular time, or at the changes that are unfolding as they understand more the directions of the organization or the system. Under such conditions, one may or may not survive the job tenure and longevity, depending upon the attitude of the individual concerned. What is that ‘right’ attitude, then? It is a matched feeling towards what is happening in the system and one’s environment. When there is a mismatched situation, one can be facing to either adapt or adjust with the environment, or get out of the system outright. The determinant of this actually is the value system of the person involved. What comes to his mind as most important, and things that he believes are of great value to him at the very moment of the test will matter the most. Developing the right attitude, therefore can not be necessarily a static thing. It is highly dynamic and circumstantial. One may decide to be indifferent to certain things and to a certain extent, but when the time comes that the value system of a person is breached, some individuals just go overboard, and refuse to let go of their value system.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM; Http://;

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Knowing the Father!

Jesus said, “ My Father has given me all things. No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.”
Matthew 11:27

Selection! Implications!

Selection is an implication in Invitations!
When a person is invited to some activities, say a party or a gathering for a certain purpose, one can either accept or refuse. That is part of the gift of “free will”. When you accept, or reject an invitation, it is actually making a selection, whether you follow the easy way or the hard way. Easy and hard way is sometimes subjective, too. What can be easy to one , can be hard and difficult for another person. But, relative to a common objective to be attained and a proven prescribed way, the meaning of hard and easy can take a common meaning. Those who knows the way better, would tend to be more qualified to give guidance, and those who knows less , would tend to experiment through the school of hard knocks, before finding the way. Just like, operating a machine. Your choices can be to read the operating manual first, and learn to operate it properly, or tinker with the machine first, and rediscover, what is already written on the manual. Whichever way you choose, be aware of the situation, that you are making a selection, between an easy way or the hard way.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM; Http://; Http:// ; Http://


An Invitation!
Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are tired from carrying heavy loads, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke and put it on you, and learn from me, because I am gentle and humble in spirit; and you will find rest. For the yoke I will give you is easy, and the load I will put on you is light.”
Matthew 11:28-30

Friday, November 20, 2009

Seeing and Discovery!

Seeing and Discovery!
One can look and never see! Knowledge and experience can serve as the microscope and open-mindedness as the clear compass to the discovery of the solutions.—
Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM; HTTP://

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


The king is glad , O Lord, because you gave him strength; he rejoices, because you made him victorious. You have given him his heart’s desire; you have answered his request.
Psalms 21:1-2

Habits and character!

Habits build Character!
As people grow up, they develop certain habits. Habits that can be good and bad for them and for others. Since, habits eventually build the kind of character a person will have, it is important that good habits are inculcated to our growing children. That way, we as parents live to enjoy seeing good grown ups that become good examples among men and of great help in building a prosperous society.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte-RME/MBM

Laws! Happiness! Understanding!

Laws of the Lord!
The Laws of the Lord are right, and those who obey them are happy. The commands of the Lord are just, and give understanding to the mind.
Psalms 19:8

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Matters that can possibly help you!

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God and Wisdom!

God and wisdom!
For God in His wisdom made it impossible for people to know him by means of their own wisdom.
1Corinthians 1:21


The law of attraction!
Recently, I have read about the law of attraction. I also read about the vast resource that had been provided in the universe that is actually formless, unseen and needed to be formed by our thoughts. This was described by many in the past as positive thinking.
Is this real? Is this true? My answer to this is that it is something that is possibly correct and not far from the truth, if not exactly correct.

Biblically, God created the universe out of nothing. God created man in his likeness and in his image. Man was also endowed the gift of free will. When man fell out of God’s grace, and was driven out of paradise after eating the forbidden fruit, guards were placed to guard the forbidden tree to prevent man from eating the fruit again . There were also accounts in the life of Jesus, where the disciples were told that they did not have enough faith, that’s why they could not do what they were supposed to do. Peter walked on the water, but doubted walking on the water as he did, so he started sinking. 2Corinthians 4:18 mentioned about things that are unseen ,where we need to fix our attention. Well, you can interpret that in so many ways, but you can also take it as an instruction, how to live your life and how to direct your thoughts.

Covey, talked about self fulfilling prophecies, and some medical doctors talked about the placebo effect. So many things have been written about man’s brain capacity, and its ability to do things that have not yet been ordinarily done. Some say, we have only used 10% of what the brain power has as its capability. Then, many more things have been written about favorable attraction of things towards what we think, making our thoughts real eventually; which at times are dismissed as coincidences by not few, but many men. Whatever is the real fact, it remains that positive thoughts lead to something good, and negative thoughts to some lesser good. Should you believe that which is good? Does our human mind understand everything? We know it doesn’t, and there are many happenings that we can’t even explain. Whether the law of attraction is true or not, it pays to do that, which is good. So think positively and beware of negative thoughts that may destroy.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte, RME/MBM.;

What lasts!

The Unseen lasts…!
For we fix our attention not on things that are seen, but on things that are unseen. What can be seen lasts only for a time, but what can not be seen lasts forever.
2Corinthians 4:18

Monday, November 16, 2009

Honey, Traps, Hate, Anger, Jealousy!

Too much honey!
Too much honey is bad for you, and so is trying to win too much praise.
Proverbs 25:27

Traps! Hate!
People who set traps for others get caught themselves. People who start landslides get crushed. You have to hate someone to want to hurt him with lies. Insincere talk brings nothing but ruin.
Proverbs 26:27-28

Anger & Jealousy!
Anger is cruel and destructive, but it is nothing compared to jealousy.
Proverbs 27:4

Forgiveness, Enemies, Accusations!

If you forgive others the wrongs they have done to you, your Father in heaven will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others, then your Father will not forgive the wrongs you have done.
Matthew 6:14-15

Enemies! your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may become the sons of your Father in heaven.
Matthew 5:44-45

A false accusation is as deadly as a sword, a club , or a sharp arrow.
Proverbs 25:18

Prayer and inner Peace!

Approaching God in Prayer and inner Peace!
Man needs to approach God from time to time. It is necessary. You may not realize it sometimes, but having a regular schedule everyday for this is good and helpful for everyone. Doing so, enables you to attain peace of mind. Do you want to enjoy peace of mind? Try doing your prayer time more regularly. Set a quality time to talk and listen to God almighty on a regular basis, if you have not done this yet.

Do you remember God only, when you are in deep trouble? Or only, when it is convenient for you? Well, please don’t. It helps you a lot when you have a more regular quality time talking and listening to each other, just like having it as a family affair, where husbands need to talk to wives regularly, and children need to talk to parents regularly and vise versa. You don’t have to believe my words for it. Just try your best to do it and see for yourself ,how you transform your life and family.
Written by: Sanoy Suerte- RME/MBM;

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Security of God's People!

Security of God’s People!
Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which can never be shaken, never be moved. As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people now and forever.
Psalms 125:1-2

Obedience! Psalms...

Happy are those who obey the Lord, who live by his commands. Your work will provide for your needs; you will be happy and prosperous. Your wife will be like a fruitful vine in your home, and your sons will be like young olive trees around your table.
Psalms 128:1-3

Obedience for growing kids!

Why is obedience important for growing kids?
There is a tacit assumption in the principle of obedience of kids to their parents. First, it is assumed that parents know better than kids, being exposed to a lot more experiences, and being older, too. Also, that kids may not have enough experience in decision making, and insights on the consequences of their choices. When kids, however outgrow their parents, become abled entities to handle the processing of information, then and only then should they consider choices with less parental guidance. Presumably, this happens upon reaching the age of independence. Be aware , however that assuming on the basis of age alone, is no guarantee at all of a correct decision or that the right choices are made, since some people do not grow in experience and maturity in phase with their biological age. Notably too, we need to continue to consult other people, particularly the people, who are more knowledgeable about something of interest, even at our ripe age of independent decision making. Nevertheless, obedience of growing kids is still something that has greater importance and some virtue in it. It is a training for kids on the recognition of people in authority , and an expression of consideration and love for parents or elders, too.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Giving Thanks!

Give Thanks! Greatness of the Lord!
Give thanks to the Lord, proclaim his greatness; tell the nations what he has done.
Psalms 105:1

The Pie! Sharing!

Your share of that Pie!
Everyone has been given a fair share of his pie in this bountiful universe, and it is wrong to grab the pie of others. When you transact with someone, be righteous. Be sure you have not taken, what is not rightfully yours. It is always best to be able to have your peace of mind, than be kept awake by that guilt on your heart.

The man at the Top!

Do we understand now, why very few violators come from those who made the rules? They simply amend or change the rules, when these adversely affect them. Is this healthy for the organization? It could be YES and NO. It all really depends on the judgment of the top-man and his values. Can you appreciate now, how crucial the selection of a top-man can be? The man at the helm can make or break an organization. Tsk!Tsk! Tsk! Unfortunately, you don’t select who the top man is. So, whenever, you have the chance to select the top man, better to do it well.

Profits! Bribes! Gentle Answers!

Profits and Bribes!
Try to make a profit dishonestly, and you get your family in trouble. Don’t take bribes and you will live longer.
Proverbs 15:27

Gentle Answers!
A gentle answer quiets anger, but a harsh one stirs it up.
When wise people speak, they make knowledge attractive, but stupid people spout nonsense.
Proverbs 15:1-2


Worry can rob you of happiness, but kind words will cheer you up.
Proverbs 12:25

Righteous Man!

The righteous man is a guide to his friends, but the path of the wicked leads them astray.
Proverbs 12:26

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Prosperity and Generosity!

Be generous and you will be prosperous. Help others and you will be helped.
Proverbs 11:25


Helping Others!
This is an issue with many men among us. Because of some traumatic experiences in the past, it is not easy for people to part with their hard earned resources. They tend to hold tightly on these resources for their future needs, only to find out later that even these resources will not be needed by them , where they are going. Then and only then are they forced to part with their resources. Have you heard about the birds and the flowers? They have been adequately provided for. How much more for man! Why worry so much about tomorrow? Why not part with some of your wealth now, and share them to help others. Doing it now, while you are able , gives you some merits and some satisfaction that you have done it voluntarily, and not by force of circumstances. I think, it is really good to give and help others, while you can. The saying that says that nobody is so poor that he has nothing to give is real. It is as real as the saying, “even the man, who has everything, would be so happy, if you would bring him love, not only on Christmas, but for every opportunity there is.”

Cruelty and You!

You do yourself a favor when you are kind. If you are cruel, you only hurt yourself.
Proverbs 11:17

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Meeting a Friend!

What a great feeling you get, when you know friends are successful, and they remember and don’t forget who their friends and classmates were. In a book that I read, they call this altruistic joy. It gives you a good feeling.

How many among us, still have time for matters like this? Meeting friends, classmates, and relatives? Keeping in touch with them? Ah! Not so many I think. But, according to one sage, there is always time for something you want to do, and none at all for things you do not like doing. Almost everyone keeps saying, “I have no time”, and indeed one doesn’t have any. Worst, liking and wanting sometimes are not even considered anymore. Many have been enslaved to work. They always have no time. But wait! Is this happening to you?

Remember, what your teacher used to teach you in the elementary school, about crossing the street? Yes! You need to STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN. Try doing this in your life every once and a while. It will bring your feet back to the ground and make you reflect at what your real purpose in life is.

Embracing Wisdom!

Do not abandon wisdom, and she will protect you; love her and she will keep you safe. Getting wisdom is the most important thing you can do. Whatever else you get, get insight. Love wisdom and she will make you great. Embrace her and she will bring you honor. She will be your crowning glory.
Proverbs 4:6-9

Monday, November 9, 2009

Prosperity! Power!

Power & Prosperity!
Happy is the person who honors the Lord, who takes pleasure in obeying his commands. The good man’s children will be powerful in the land; his descendants will be blessed. His family will be wealthy and rich, and he will be prosperous forever.
Psalms 112:1-3


Becoming wise!
The way to become wise is to honor the Lord; he gives sound judgment to all who obey his commands. He is to be praised forever.
Psalms 111:10

A servant and a Leader!

Servant Leader!
We hear many times that Power emanates from the People. This we recognize, especially during elections and voting periods. After that, the men in power, tend to forget it and act in a manner deviating from the servant leader mandate, and become tyrannical masters, rather than the former role. The leader should know better, and should learn to grow up in a different paradigm. A paradigm, where respect and recognition is earned rather than forced by imposition or intimidation. Imposition and intimidation may work for a little while, but after sometime, the people gets immuned to it, turn their back or just abandon the leader. When a leader has no following, what happens, then? A person without a following is nolonger leading anyone- not anymore, other than himself. A true leader is a servant leader. He is a leader, because people in their own volition, give him such honor to lead. That’s why, we say that power emanates from the people. A leader must therefore live up to it and remember to be a servant leader.
Written by:Sanny Suerte

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Early Campers! They stop climbing their mountains!

For the climber, who became an early camper, for a while, he thinks he had reached his pinnacle , only to find out later on, he hasn’t. These are mysteries of life. Surely though, man must set his objectives, and must know what to reach for. Until the day, however that man’s final breath has not been taken by his Creator, the climb has not ended. One must make sure that the time given him for which he is accountable, is time that is well spent. Man has been endowed the gift of discovering for himself the infinite bounty of things to do during his lifetime, and the “free will” to make choices.

Lifetime work??? No! Never!

Never work another day!
Do what you love and love what you do and you will never work another day in your lifetime.

The Lord requires!

What the Lord requires!
The Lord has told us what is good. What he requires of us is this: to do what is just, to show constant love, and to live in humble fellowship with our God.
Micah 6:8

Joyful! Glad!

Joyful and Glad!
I will still be joyful and glad, because the Lord God is my savior. The sovereign Lord gives me strength. He makes me sure-footed as a deer and keeps me safe on the mountains.
Habakkuk 3:18-19

Needs in Perspective!

Hierarchy of Needs in Perspective!
Remember the hierarchy of needs of Maslow? This is not a sequential thing. The state you are “in” goes up and down the ladder, time and again, depending upon your circumstances. Many gurus are saying, the theory is not empirically proven, but philosophically, we know that the multitude of experiences around us are witnesses to this effect.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Reflections on obedience and drinking!

These evil people have refused to obey me. They have been as stubborn and wicked as ever, and have worshipped and served other gods. So then, they will become like these shorts that are no longer any good.
Jeremiah 13:10

Drinking too much makes you loud and foolish. It’s stupid to get drunk.
Proverb 20:1

Leading !

Taking the lead among all others is knowing the men around us, and what they can really do; knowing our business, and knowing our roles; knowing how to leverage our talents, and knowing our own limitations. We just need to know the extent of our own capabilities as lead role players.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Blessings! Promises!

God will bless You!
The Lord your God will bless you in the land that he is giving you. Not one of your people will be poor if you obey him and carefully observe everything that I command you today . The Lord will bless you as he promised. You will lend money to many nations, but you will not have to borrow from any; you will have control over many nations, but no nation will have control over you.
Deuteronomy 15:4-6

Precedence Matters!

Bad Precedence!
Remember the poem on the crooked man, who made a crooked trail? It is a true account of human tendencies. Bad examples are copied and multiplied repeatedly. So also with the good ones. So, the next time you are about to act on something, do something, or make a decision, it is necessary to assess, whether or not it is going to be a good or a bad precedent. Your actions today, can be the same actions you will see among your children some years tomorrow. Just make sure, they are not actions that you would regret to see.

The Great and Mighty

Great and mighty is our Lord; his wisdom can not be measured. He raises the humble, but crushes the wicked to the ground.
Psalm 147:5

Praising the Lord!

Praise the Lord! It is good to sing praise to our God; it is pleasant and right to praise him.
Psalm 147:1

Kids and Guidance!

Guidance to Kids!
As kids grow up, they need more and more guidance in terms of knowledge and skills on how to deal with people around them. Some kids learn a lot from school about mathematics, sciences, and many others, but fail to get enough from their respective parents, due to their busy schedules. If parents want to have kids that they can be proud of, and develop more lasting commonality of thinking, they need to live, play, talk, and work on something more often than the usual schedule given by parents. It’s not easy to do, but it is a good investment. You see, nothing good comes so easily.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Promises! Promises! And Praises!Victory!
So I will always sing praises to you, as I offer you daily what I have promised.
Psalm 61:8

O God, it is right for us to praise you in Zion and keep our promises to you, because you answer prayers.
Psalm 65:1-2

You answer us by giving us victory, and you do wonderful things to save us. People all over the world and across the distant seas trust in you.
Psalm 65:5

Interactions and what they are!

The beauty of interaction!
Interaction is doing something with someone or some other people beyond ourselves. It is a collaborative activity. In so doing, we grow ourselves. We learn new things. We learn to communicate better, and listen better. New information come our way, and sometimes, the ideas that we get become powerful motivational drives for us as individuals. Interactions help us discover a lot of things. So, whenever you find yourself not interacting with others, find a way to get out of your cocoon, and work yourself out to be able to interact with others. True to your private life, and true to your businesses and career. The beauty of it? The very same thing that is happening to you, also happens to the other person you are interacting with, like hitting two birds with one stone.

Monday, November 2, 2009


Son, pay attention to what your father and mother tell you. Their teaching will improve your character as a handsome turban or a necklace improves your appearance.
Proverb 1: 8-9