Monday, October 31, 2011


In the Bible, Jezebel was a powerful, wicked queen, and wife of a passive king called Ahab. She was killed by several eunuchs at the order of commander Jehu. Jezebel was a witch, and her spirit of witchcraft is still in operation today in the world. It will take both a Jehu and the cooperation of the injured victims (spiritual eunuchs) to kill her again. The Jezebel spirit is sociopathic. Behaviors you might see (3 or more): 1. They gain power by destroying others. It is like an adrenalin rush when they “win” over someone. They manage to get in positions of authority, and are difficult to displace, once there. 2. They are controlling, manipulative, bossy. 3. they can either be war-like in their personalities, so that they are intimidating, or so “sweet,” “perfect,” deceitful, “timid” and sneaky, they are able to fool and recruit others to join them. Sometimes they can be very charming and charismatic. 4. critical of others, vicious to the point of bloodthirsty. 5. they are never wrong. 6. They recruit others in their charges against their victims. They act to persuade recruits, and do not give up this activity until the recruits are won over. If the potential recruits do not cooperate and buy into things, this angers them. 7. they are narcissic. While they can tend to be oversensitive themselves, they have no concern for the feelings of others. They are not sympathetic to their victims, and tend to play the role of victim themselves, in order to gain sympathy. This way the real victim is left stranded, and opposed by others if they ask for help. Being the center of attention really pleases them. 8. they lie, and they believe their own lie. Avoiding the truth, or intentionally acting to withhold truth is part of this. false picture is presented to others. 9. impulsive, failure to plan ahead. chaotic at times 10. lack of remorse after hurting someone. they justify the harm. 15. usually women, but can be men. The women tend to control their men with sex. And they pick passive men (Ahabs) so they can dominate them. 17. They falsely accuse you, and they do NOT forgive you …..

Thursday, October 27, 2011


"In seeking Wisdom, the first stage is silence." -- Rabbi Solomon ibn Gabriol (11th Century) To begin with, there are two Silences and not one: There is the Silence of the Mouth and, in addition, the Silence of the Mind. The former does not necessarily accompany the latter, but the latter always accompanies the former. That is, one can be silent "in-the-mouth" while not, at the same time, also being silent "in-the-mind." On the other hand, one who is silent "in-the-mind" is, at the same time, always silent in-the-mouth. Thus, there are three types of Lomaidim (Hebrew = "Learners"): THE FOOL: Silent neither in the Mouth nor Mind THE HEARING IMPAIRED: Silent in the Mouth but not the Mind THE LISTENER: Silent in the Mouth and the Mind. Of the "fool," Buddhism says, "A fool is like a spoon: it can sit in a bowl of soup forever and never taste it." Donmeh West


There are many religions of the world. They all said that they are peaceful and they seek the good of mankind. They all promise paradise. They all promote good deeds and brotherhood. But look what is happening. Religion becomes the source of all conflicts and wars of the world. It has become the cause for misunderstanding, prejudice of all kinds. Even in their diversity, they all show they are the same in spirit. It may be the reason that the scriptures warn all who are wise to "come out" and not become partakers of their sin and of their coming punishment.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011


While a typical fling might be very hot and passionate at first, it always seems to cool down. But true love should age like wine, growing in subtle intensity. Fond memories accumulate, and not just the lovey-dovey kind, but also the excited forbidden kind. This is the couple who seems drunk on each other, the married couple who still can’t keep their hands off each other. Like fine wine, it becomes better with age.

Friday, October 21, 2011


"For everything there is a time and a season," proclaims King Solomon in Ecclesiastes. "A time for war, and a time for peace." Certainly the "times for war" are a dominant feature of our calendars and appointment books. We seem to be forever waging wars. There are, of course, the real wars, fought with armed troops and increasingly sophisticated weaponry. But even in times of political peace, we are constantly battling the demons that menace our material and moral well-being: we wage wars against crime, drugs, disease, illiteracy. Within, we fight personal battles against selfishness or laziness, an addiction to tobacco or a tendency to overeat. Nor does it end with the battling of evil and negative things. In school, in the workplace or in the social arena, we are constantly fighting our way to the top, constantly combating the obstacles in our quest toward greater success. We struggle to get more for our money, use our time more efficiently, develop our talents, improve our mind and refine our character. Intrinsic to our humanness is the unceasing drive to make more of ourselves, to reach beyond yesterday's attainments. Man is forever at war with the past. So even when we overcome the blatant evils which inhabit our world, even when we succeed in bringing to light the goodness that is the essential nature of G-d's creation--shall we ever experience peace and tranquility? Wherever we turn, we encounter turmoil. The solar system spins like a top, the galaxies simmer and revolve. The earth's core is aboil, its atmosphere storms, its oceans churn. Physical life is sustained by movement--the throb of the heart, the contraction and expansion of the lungs. Seemingly "inanimate" matter is a cauldron of motion on the nuclear, atomic and sub-atomic levels. Motion means change, and every change is a struggle--the struggle to vanquish the status quo and replace it with a new reality. The primary culprit responsible for this struggle is the very phenomenon of time. Time is what gives us a past to abandon, a present with which not to suffice, a future towards which to strive. Time is the mother of motion, change, and struggle; time is the canvas upon which all battles of life are etched. It would seem that as long as we exist in time, as long as our lives are defined by its pulse and flux, the battle of life will rage on. Can we transcend time? A timeless existence would be free of motion, stress and strife. But would it allow for challenge, improvement and progression? Will it ever end? Should it ever end? Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe 'that reveals profound truth that made me want to read it again and again. I want to share it here so others may be able to read it too and see if this quench their thirst for wisdom'. Courtesy of

Tuesday, October 18, 2011


"There is built-in tension between the desire to return a kidnapped soldier ... and the need to preserve the security of the citizens of Israel," Netanyahu said, in comments at opening the Cabinet meeting. "I believe we reached the best deal that we can reach at this time, a stormy time in the Middle East." I believe that Netanyahu has made the best decision ever in his career as leader and Prime Minister in Israel to save Gilad Schalit from the claws of the enemy. The 1000 soldiers swapped is no match to one Israeli soldier who has suffered unimaginable five years in prison in hostile territory. YHWH just showed how valuable His people are in that one is worth his weight in a thousand of them. A lot of people regard it as disgraceful, but why? Is it disgraceful to save a life? How much more disgraceful is it to just let him die while doing nothing when you have the power to save him? So what if they are killers? It doesn't mean that they are not anymore vulnerable to the power of YHWH. There is nothing to be afraid of. If YHWH be for us, who can be against us? Many people prayed to Hashem to save him and now that He answered their prayers, you call it a disgrace? It is for a purpose and His ways are higher than man's ways. We are to have faith and not doubt what He has done.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

A Chassidishe farbrengen: Balancing the spiritual and the physical

A Chassidishe farbrengen: Balancing the spiritual and the physical: There are two opposite ways of serving Hashem , expressed in the verse “and the angels rose (‘ ratzo ’) and returned (‘ shov ’).” A Jew has...

Occupy Wall St.Continues

Occupy Wall St. continues leaderless. Many such protest movements are sprouting all over America to show their support of Occupy Wall St. Even some parts of Asia, similar protests are forming. I wonder who might be the hidden instigator of this so-called revolution. I believe someone behind the scenes is the master mind of this revolution. Just how will this end up is something worth following through? Could this be what we can label as the American Spring? Let us follow this and see what happens. Hopefully since Obama had condemned crackdown against protesters in the Arab Spring, we can expect that he would not do such a horrible thing to the American people. He will show himself to be a good and compassionate leader of America who wouldn't hurt his own people, that is if he really feels the American people his own flesh ad blood. Some say that this revolution is being instigated by NWO in order to create chaos so that they can have a reason to implement Martial law. And so when it happens many Americans will be charged with rebellion and then arrested and then even killed through beheading. This sounds unlikely at the moment but who knows. News and events nowadays are somehow are being manufactured from some hidden basement that we don't even know which is fact and which is fiction. We just have to be on the look out to be able to determine and discern the truth of the matter. May YHWH guide and direct the paths of those that rely on Him.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


Sometimes even in our own place when we don't expect it, things happen without warning that signify the perilous times we are in. Have we thought what we need to do when it happens? The main thing is that we should be wise as a serpent but harmless as a dove. My son Joshua once came upon his cousin Joel who was attacked by another teenage. Upon seeing the predicament of his cousin, he impulsively picked an empty bottle and hit the attacker on the head wounding the boy as he ran away. Joshua and Joel then went to his father's house. When I got home from work someone came and informed me of what happened and that three men was in the neighborhood looking for Joshua and Joel. Those men reportedly were the brothers and uncle of the boy whom Joshua hit with an empty bottle. I was alarmed and phoned Joshua right away and told him to immediately go to his auntie living in another city. I instructed him not to come home as men were looking for him and Joel. That night, as Israel my eldest went home to his father to sleep there, I told my daughters that we have to pray for Joshua and Israel since I thought he might also be in danger because of his brother's deed. It was indeed providence that we did it because as he walked down the dark road, three unidentified men suddenly appeared by the way and attacked him with a knife. He would have been killed right there. But by YHWH's grace they failed and so he was able to run to his aunt's house which was nearby. He decided to sleep at his aunt's for he realized that it was dangerous for him to walk alone judging from what happened, it could be related to Joshua's incident earlier that day.So the next day, when Israel came back, he asked me to pray for him. I believe he understood the seriousness of the situation to feel the need that I pray for him to YHWH for protection. I also prayed for all of us for I felt dangerously embroiled by the happenings. Joshua had to stay away for a few months. Meanwhile, I proceeded to settle the matter amicably by paying a certain amount to the victim's parents as the boy had to be taken to the doctor to be treated with the wound. And also made efforts to talk to the parents and their relatives and emphasized that we are relatives therefore we should not be attacking each other. And that the kids didn't know that they're cousins. Now that they know it they should forget and forgive each other. They nodded in agreement and promised to instruct their kids. In the end, as they say, "All's well, that ends well", proves to be true indeed. What made me happy is the realization that my son Israel realized how important prayer is in dire times like these. When we don't know what to do, when we are afraid, when we are threatened, supplication to YHWH is the only thing that can give us courage and protection that we sorely lack. Even though I found Israel to be a bit rebellious but I know that through example I have shown him and all my kids about the need of praying. I know that this experience had taught them of its importance.

Sunday, October 9, 2011


Here's Satan's number one victory when He is allowed to inject the cancer virus of religion into a group of Yah's people: It moves Yah's people away from vibrant, life-giving personal relationship with Him to life-taking selfishness. Religion ends up twisting priorities in the mind's of His people, and blinds Holy Spirit discernment and perception. Religion ultimately deceives Yah's people into being more concerned about what Yah can do for them ... rather than what is most important to Him ... which happens to be lost souls, first and foremost, then secondly, discipling and equipping them as adequately as possible. Our flesh absolutely hates change, and wouldn't you know ... Satan fully realizes that. Stubborn tradition will drive the Holy Spirit right out of your midst! The Holy Spirit likes freshness. The Holy Spirit likes creativity. The Holy Spirit likes doing spontaneous things in our midst simply because it brings Him great pleasure with springing delightful surprises on YHWH's people (all for the ultimate purpose of accomplishing the Father's will however, not to just put on some "show"). Satan knows full well that the best way to stifle the Holy Spirit's delight in releasing creativity and spontaneity and ultimately power to do the miraculous in the midst of His people when He desires is to slowly suck people into the cancer of tradition. The Holy Spirit recorded in the Bible this prayer from Yashushuah: "Father, make them one, so the world will believe that you sent me." (John 17:21) Believers are not united in Yahuwah. Each one are competing with one another. Others do nothing except point out faults in others instead of teaching and showing them the way. They may believe that they are better than all others because they know better than most. And they feel proud and therefore more holy. Believers ought to be one body in Yahushuah. I doubt if that is what is happening to the body. All I see is that we have become more disjointed and more fractured than ever. When can we ever become one? How can we ever be one if that is our attitude? Do we really think that we have passed the lessons we have in this life? *Excerpt from Norm Rasmussen's writings relevant to the present time condition of so-called 'believers' hearts..

Thursday, October 6, 2011


I love this music about Jerusalem sang by Yaakov Shewekey with all love as it also evoke my love for Jerusalem. I love Israel because it is the nation that YHWH has chosen. It's no wonder that nations hate Israel because YHWH favored them and no nation will ever overtake them as long as its Creator lives. As a small girl I already have this great love for that nation. Even when I am located here at the edge of the world but I feel that it is my country and the people my people. Maybe the day will come that I will finally set foot in that beauteous and mystifying country and live there. When I hear music about this country, it moves my spirit, it makes me cry for them. It's as if my soul understands the words even though my mind cannot comprehend what it says.

Monday, October 3, 2011


Effective November 20 the federal government will begin regulating the Internet. They actually did it. Last week, the FCC published its net neutrality order in the Federal Register, stating that effective November 20 the federal government will begin regulating the Internet. Americans didn’t want this. Congress rejected it decisively — it only had 27 sponsors last year. The courts rejected it — they said the FCC did not have the power to do this. And voters rejected it, defeating all 95 of the candidates who campaigned on the issue. That’s right a perfect zero for 95. But unless the Senate votes to overturn this order before it takes effect November 20, we will start down the path to a government regulated and government controlled Internet. Under a special procedure called the Congressional Review Act, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison is committed to forcing a Senate vote. Harry Reid can’t keep this off the floor, and it can’t be filibustered. We’ll need 51 votes to succeed. This is a key test for the U.S. Senate. Will they stand up to one of Obama’s power grabs, or will they sit on their hands? And if they sit on their hands, why should voters re-elect legislators who refuse to legislate? Source:

Yakuza Scourge

I got interested about an article "Goodbye Yakuza" which I just read in Yahoo news. It was stated there that Japanese government is doing all they can to conquer the Yakuza syndicate which bully, blackmail and extort huge money from businesses and companies in Japan. “The new laws will make the price of paying off the yakuza, in loss of face and in penalties, much more expensive than the actual cash payments to the yakuza." This is according to a retired police detective. This is a new and positive development. If they are really serious in imposing this, it would surely make their country a little bit safer for the common people who go there for work. My brother died while working in Japan and we suspected that yakuza has something to do with it. Before he died he called and informed us that should he die he has an insurance of 50 million dollars. Why would he say that if he didn't suspect something sinister is about to happen to him? And then he died by drowning. They made it appear that he drowned himself by suicide which was of course something we couldn't believe. It is one of the many ways they make money. They befriend you and entice you of bigger salary by dealing with them and then they make you sign a contract and presto you are insured. Then you die suddenly of accident and they collect the insurance. Very sad for my brother who died of a very young age. He has a family who needed him. But because of them his daughter is fatherless now. Kudos to the Japanese government! At least by this, they have shown that they are really doing something. My brother is only one of the many people who were victimized by them. It is only right that yakuza scourge must be eliminated from their midst.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Occupy Wall St. Picture

This is one of the interesting pictures that's recently taken in Occupy Wall St. It is said that more and more people and even organizations have joined the movement in spite of the arrest of 700 people by the police. It seemed to fire the people more as they see the police's aggressiveness towards the protesters. YHWH's words in the Bible indeed manifests in this event. America has espoused protests in Mid East recently. So now they're having protests in their own land. As much as they condemned harsh crackdown of protesters in the Middle East, so they must not also use force against the people who are just doing what they think can make themselves be heard.The government should listen to the people and forge change to turn the tide against them and satisfy the people's demands. I would admire the president if he allows people to protest and air their grievances and make the necessary move to address it without having to use force and bloodshed. Many say that they don't believe in this movement but whether they like it or not, it would make a lot of changes that will greatly affect everyone. Well, they prefer to be at the sidelines and watch what will happen next whether for good or for worst.

America's Economic Collapse?

This video explains that America is on the verge of an economic collapse. I believe that it is not a far-fetch supposition. It may be construed as "Doomsday" soothsayers. Signs unequivocally point out the disturbing downward trend of America. Gone are the days in which America is held up in respect and high esteem by nations of the world. Look what's happening inside their country. More and more people are relying on food stamps as more and more people are jobless as well as homeless. The dollar is losing its strength while the government is mire deep in debt which it almost cannot pay. Many people are increasingly becoming angry and discontented. Even right now more and more people are participating in the Occupy Wall St protest. It is only the beginning of the worst thing to happen. Each one must brace for what will come next for it sure will change the course of history.