Wednesday, May 11, 2011


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*.. lovelovelovelovelove...*....*...lovelovelo.*


God Gave Me You


For all the times I felt cheated, I complained
You know how I love to complain
For all the wrongs I repeated, though I was to blame
I still cursed that rain
I didn't have a prayer, didn't have a clue
Then out of the blue

God gave me you to show me what's real
There's more to life than just how I feel
And all that I'm worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn't know why
Now I do, 'cause God gave me you

For all the times I wore my self pity like a favorite shirt
All wrapped up in that hurt
For every glass I saw, I saw half empty
Now it overflows like a river through my soul
From every doubt I had, I'm finally free
I truly believe

God gave me you to show me what's real
There's more to life than just how I feel
And all that I'm worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn't know why
Now I do, 'cause God gave me you

In your arms I'm someone new
With ever tender kiss from you
Oh must confess
I've been blessed

God gave me you to show me what's real
There's more to life than just how I feel
And all that I'm worth is right before my eyes
And all that I live for though I didn't know why (didn't know why)
Now I do (I finally do), 'cause God gave me you (God gave me You)

God gave me you 

Monday, April 25, 2011

Learn How to Play the Piano !

The piano is one of the most popular instruments because it is versatile and easy to learn. You have to put a lot of time into practicing for it to be easy to learn. It is used as a solo instrument, an accompaniment for other instruments, or for singers. The tone is amazing, and the types of music you can play are endless. The piano is also an important foundation for all musicians, even if it is not their "main" instrument. 

  • Play pieces that you enjoy playing or pieces that you know well!
  • Never give up. The fingering, speed, and chords in some pieces may be frustrating and difficult, but push through it. If you get frustrated, step away from the piano for a few minutes until you are ready to play again.
  • The more you practice, the better you will perform.
  • Don't give up! If you do take piano lessons, remember this: You are very lucky; many parents want their child to learn piano, but not all can afford it.
  • You may like to accompany a singer on piano and perhaps form a rhythm section with other instruments.
  • Learn to sight read music. This will allow you to play a large range of pieces without learning them from memory.
  • If you're at a recital and your hands shake wildly, sit on your hands for a few minutes before you go out to play. It calms them down.
  • Find the right teacher! Your relationship with your teacher can affect the way you feel about practicing, so arrange for a trial period of a few weeks to find out if there's a good fit. Parents, especially--pay attention!
  • If you are shy, practice playing in front of your family and friends. They will enjoy it, and in time, so will you.
  • Learning music theory is fun and is the best way to become a great musician, whether you want to play classical, jazz or pop.
  • Always follow the fingering on the piece (although there are certain exceptions). While some of the finger positions may feel awkward at first, following them will help you play more smoothly, since you won't have to adjust your hand position because you cannot reach the next note.
  • The exceptions on fingering are rare but important. Male and female hands have slightly different shapes with the length of the index and ring fingers being different. Also, if your hands are small, some stretches simply aren't possible. However, 95% of the time the printed fingering is right, so persevere and it will make sense.
  • Hand and body posture are very important. Slouching gives a bad impression and having a bad hand posture will be counter-productive to your practice. Keep your wrists loose and your hands flexible. Keep your fingers at a natural curve, as if you were holding your hands at your side. This gives you more power in your finger strokes.
  • Listen to your notes and tune your ears to the keys' pitches. This is needed on some advanced piano tests and will allow you to impress your friends by playing blindfolded!
  • Do not keep your foot on the sustaining pedal; it blurs your chords together and makes them sound "muddy."
  • It is better to play too slowly than to play too quickly when you are performing. Play evenly and with a great deal of care in your touch and you will sound professional.
  • Keep a regular, steady rhythm while you are playing. Just playing rhythmically makes a piece sound a lot better. Consider buying a metronome to help with this.
  • Play simple pieces by ear and make your own arrangements of them. This will help you to become less dependent on written music. When you are playing by ear, keep going! Do not start sections of the piece over again. If you miss a chord one time, you can practice so that you'll play it the next time. The main thing is to overcome repetition and hesitation and learn to play a piece through smoothly when you are performing it.
  • In addition to studying traditional chord relationships (harmony), take a class in composition and listen to as much music as you can. Community colleges offer excellent instruction in music theory, history, and composition. Playing with other people in ensembles is also an excellent idea.
  • Get used to the idea that some of the pianos you will be playing will not sound amazing or be in perfect tune. This is one of the hazards of being a piano player--you can't carry your favorite instrument with you. Try to make the best of things when you are playing an inferior instrument. A good pianist can usually make a bad piano sound reasonably good--although some pianos are in such bad condition that you should feel free to say that you cannot play that piano.
  • If you want to correctly use the sustain pedal, play a chord, press the pedal down, and then a split second AFTER you play your next chord, carefully lift up the sustain pedal and put it back down. Whenever you change chords or play notes from a different chord, "reset" the sustain pedal. Do NOT "bump" the pedal by changing it too fast. Always listen to yourself when you pedal. Your ears will tell you if the sound is blurred or not.
  • For Intermediate/Advanced players: Try playing through that new piece using the chords written above the grand staff. Use your left hand to play octaves and your right hand to play the chord. Start off using the first inversion of every chord, then for a challenge, limit yourself to using only one octave and trying out different inversions of chords.
  • Don't freak out when you can't play a measure (or two). Just take a short break. Give yourself some time to clam down before you attack the problem again.
  • For players with some experience: Eventually, you will play faster pieces that are also long. If you keep pushing on the keys, you will tire out before you even finish the first page. To prevent this, lift your fingers up higher for louder notes and move your wrist so that it "follows the notes" - as the keys you press make higher and higher sounds, your wrist gets nearer and nearer to the right side of the piano when you're facing it. Do the opposite when the sounds made by the keys get lower and lower.
  • Curve your fingers for a stronger tone and a better quality of music. Resist the temptation of playing flat fingered.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

HD: Mozart's SONATA for TWO PIANOS - Anderson & Roe

This is just sooo Beautiful..I want to play this song together with someone competitive AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Music I can't live without :)

I love listening  a lot of classical music, and I have a few pieces I've fallen for with all my heart and soul and this is one of them. When I hear it I almost feel that I'm in such place that is relaxing.

"The Impact when Caring and Technology Meets"

The impact of technology on nursing is to evaluate the effects of the latest technologies such as voice mail, email, computers and Personal Digital Assistants (PDA’s) on nursing staff, leadership, and the management of nurse’s work.
We, Nurses have been intimately involved with technology in patient care. To the current use of compact digital point-of-care devices, nurses have become accustomed to and experienced in using technology space travel, warfare, and the medical arts – for the provision of patient care. 
The informatics nurses see technology as a tool to support, rather than hinder, their love of nursing as well as impact future nursing practices.  
Technology is adopted by society in stages. Initially, technology does work that was previously done by people. That is, technology simply replaces a manual method of doing some activity. As technology allows work to be accomplished that previously was not possible, true innovation occurs. Finally, adoption becomes so complete that all dimensions of society itself are transformed by the technology.
 Technology is dramatically altering the ways in which we diagnose, treat, care for and manage patients. It is our past and it is our present. It is very effective with the use of it because it is our future. 
The future of nursing and Nursing Informatics is in alignment with the future of healthcare growth in the use of technology to ensure safety, positive outcomes and satisfaction of patients. And Nursing is at the forefront of this wave of technology innovation. 

Monday, April 18, 2011

Is my Life worthy?

My history surrounded my mind. Every couple of weeks I feel low but I don’t consider myself to be depressed. What I must to do with my future.. I don’t care anymore..!!
Looks have nothing to do with self-worth or whether people like me or not. It is what is inside me that counts. Look around…. I bet all of us will see plenty of people, that we don’t think are attractive, in relationships. Everybody has their own qualities that makes them unique. I just need to seek out friends that share on same interests. Or someone who understanding my life movement & trusted on me..Normally after a couple of days I laugh it off and get on with it, but I really want to know if this is normal behavior or commonplace for a 18-year-old.
Towards life, I will never ever looked back cause it doesn’t mean anything to me..!! Just carry on with my life whether good or not.. I humble myself to received anything consequences. In life, we must know… something..
“Anything can happen..!! Lightning could strike”.. I have made mistakes. I have done things that I are embarrassed or ashamed about. No one has lead a perfect life. We are human – not robots. See mistakes as learning experiences – for they are! No matter what I past held, it does not mean I am  not worthy today of the best life has to offer.