I couldn't find any image of the book I read in the store, but this photo has its title and is the closest visual description I can pin. Indeed, it talks about personal improvement and one's participation and responsibilities as part of the Filipino society. | "Bridging the Gap: An experience in personal governance" by Dr. Jesus P. Estanislao | Image from Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Natural Bridge State Park - Kentucky, USA Walked across this many times. So pretty to see from the top. Hmmm . . .seem to recall my sister and I holding onto a small tree near the edge for a photo . . .dumb teens!
7 Tips for First-Timers That Will Help You Explore New York City
New York City is one of those places where it’s easy to be overwhelmed, turned around and lost, especially for first-timers. The city is essentially a maze of tall buildings, subway lines and long streets that stretch to eternity. But getting lost in NYC doesn’t have to be an overwhelming or scary experience for first-time visitors. Here are some of my tips for first-timers... (Including ones that will help you save $$$)
"Photographer: Feather & Twine I want so desperately to not be completely in love with this photo, due to a personal history with the boy in it, but I can honestly say I’ve never seen a more beautiful picture in all my life. This may just be another picture on Tumblr to some, but to me this picture represents hope, love, and the knowledge that God is in full control."
Brooklyn Bridge by Matt Pasant, via Flickr.............Some folks like to get away Take a holiday from the neighbourhood Hop a flight to Miami Beach Or to Hollywood But I'm taking a Greyhound On the Hudson River Line I'm in a New York state of mind ~ Billy Joel
An Indian legend says: "When a human dies, there is a bridge they must cross to enter into heaven. At the head of the bridge waits every animal that human encountered during their lifetime. The animals, based on what they know of this person, decide which humans may cross the bridge... and which are turned away.":