Dear God, 
Please put another holiday between Christmas and Easter.
There is nothing good in there now. 

Dear Mr. God, 

I wish you would not make it so easy for people to come apart.
I had to have 3 stitches and a shot. 

Dear God, 

It rained for our whole vacation and is my father mad! 
He said some things about you that people are not supposed
 to say, but I hope you will not hurt him anyway.
Your friend (I am not going to tell you who I am).

Dear God, 

I read the bible. What does begat mean?
 Nobody will tell me.

Dear God: 

Did you really mean Do Unto Others As They Do Unto You,
because if you did then I'm going to fix my brother.

Dear God, 

My Grandpa says you were around when he was a little boy.
How far back do you go?

Dear God, 

It's o.k. that you made different religions but don't
 you get mixed up sometimes?

Dear God, 
In bible times did they really talk that fancy? 

Dear God,
My brother told me about being born
but it doesn't sound right.

Dear God, 
Is Reverend Coe a friend of yours, 
or do you just know him through business?

Dear God, 
We read Thomas Edison made light.
But in Sunday School they said you did it.
So I bet he stoled your Idea.

Dear God, 

I didn't think orange went with purple until I 
saw the sunset you made on Tuesday.



I agree with your point,nice article,thanks.I will continue to read your articles.


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    Semptember is
    Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    It is an opportunity to

    Honor the courage of kids/teens with cancer and their families

    Offer much-needed recognition and support to kids with cancer and their families It is a reminder for everyone...

    Children can have cancer. Metro Manila cancer registry records in three hospitals, show that eight kids/one very 3 hours, die everyday.
    Many more cases and deaths remain unreported

    Childhood cancer strikes randomly, unexpectedly, regularly, sparing no age group, socioeconomic status, ethnic group or geographic region. Children as young as a few months, barely able to talk and walk, can already have cancer

    Children can survive cancer, with early diagnosis and prompt, adequate treatment. In developed countries, childhood cancer survival rate is as high as 95%.
    In the Philippines, sadly,
    it is only 10to 30%.
    Of ten who are diagnosed, only two/three will most
     likely survive. They die because they are poor,
     unable to afford the high costs of medication and treatment

     It is a call to action:
    Work Together
    to help neighbors, classmates, and colleagues whose lives may be burdened by childhood cancer

    Working together we can help them FACE and BEAT Cancer. We can give them the greatest gift of all ---
    a chance to live fully --
    to have a future

    So please,

    There are so many ways you can help.

    Post this message in your bulletin boards,
    in your churches, at school,
    at work, in your barangay halls/ community centers,
    in your blogs or home pages
    Pledge any amount to
    help buy medicines for kids with cancer. As little as
    P 250.00 will go a long
    way to save a life

    Let your church leaders, media friends and elected officials know. One child/teen die every three hours because they are too poor to afford the high cost of cancer treatment.

    Ask them to

    Sponsor a child for a minimum of P5,000 a month. You can do this with your family, group of friends or co-workers    

    Sponsor an event /
    Make CWFI your beneficiary
    in special events in your church, school or neighborhood

    Write an article,
    a story or a letter to the editor on the situation of
    kids with cancer –
    the forgotten, neglected children of our society

    Buy and/or sell
    CWFI love gifts
    (gold ribbon magnets,
    key chains, pins,
    eco friendly bags, t-shirts)

    Endorse CWFI to a
    possible sponsor.
     100% of funds raised go to treatment of poor kids
     with cancer

    Take time.
    Be a volunteer.
    Be a Cancer Warrior

    Help raise funds
    from others throw aways:
    old newspapers, used paper, toys, books etc.


    Request for your very own coin banks of hope
    (Alkansya nang Pag-Asa)

    Celebrate your special moments
    (birthdays, anniversaries, yearly employee events, school fairs)
    with kids with cancer.

    Moments of fun help bring some joy and relaxation in their pain wracked lives

    Make a donation to Cancer Warriors Foundation Metrobank Account Number: 7-168-50924-0

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