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Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Give Priority to the Will of God and to Fulfill His Work. (Article by Fr George Vayaliparambil, Australia)

- Article by Fr George Vayaliparambil, Australia


John 4:31-38 (King James Version)

“In the mean while his disciples prayed him, saying, Master, eat.  But he said unto them, I have meat to eat that ye know not of.  Therefore said the disciples one to another, Hath any man brought him ought to eat?  Jesus saith unto them, My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work.  Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest? behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.  And he that reapeth receiveth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal: that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together.  And herein is that saying true, One soweth, and another reapeth.  I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no labour: other men laboured, and ye are entered into their labours.”



Dear beloved in Christ

 Through the experience of the resurrection and freedom, the word of God calls all of us to lead a Theo-centric life. In the above quoted pericopa,  Jesus, the full man and full God, explaines to his disciples about the ultimate need and aim of His Life as fulfilling the will of His heavenly Father.

The disciple came to Jesus and asked him to have the food that they brought for him. But Jesus instead of having the food,  he is trying to twist the situation to convey a new message to his disciples. Here he is not refusing the basic need of human being, but he gives a priority to the spiritual matters than the physical need.

According to the famous Humanitarian Psychologist Abraham Maslow, there is a hierarchy of needs to fulfill for one to achieve self actualization and self transcendence.

The basic premise of the model is: Each of us is motivated by needs. Our most basic needs are inborn, having evolved over tens of thousands of years. Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs helps to explain how these needs motivate us all. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs states that we must satisfy each need in turn, starting with the first, which deals with the most obvious needs for survival itself. Only when the lower order needs of physical and emotional well-being are satisfied,   we concern with the higher order needs of influence and personal development. Conversely, if the things that satisfy our lower order needs are swept away, we are no longer concerned about the maintenance of our higher order needs.

In this humanitarian Psychologist’s view basic need of the human being is the   physiological need such as food, water and air and so on. But in today’s gospel our Divine psychologist swears that the basic and ultimate need of a son of man is to fulfill the will of God. “My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work.”(John 4: 34). What does it mean? Does He against the basic human needs. Never, He is not against the basic needs of Human being, but he wants to give the message that the basic need of a human being should be “to do the will of God”.

In this Modern world we fail to give priority for our spiritual needs. We give priority to our other needs that the humanitarian psychologist suggests. As Christian we are supposed to see and be conscious to fulfill our spiritual need that which the God wants to be fulfilled fist in our life.  

After a while Abraham Maslow proposed another theory as Self transcendent theory, as an addition to the self actualization theory. He says even though one has achieved his self actualization needs, there he will feel a vacuum in his life. Which he termed as Self-transcendence: to connect to something beyond the ego or to help others find self-fulfillment and realize their potential.

Here Jesus the true God says us that the self transcendence is possible if we give priority to our spiritual needs in our life for fulfilling the will of God. Jesus says

"But seek ye first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." -Matthew 6:33

As Christians, we have to rearrange our hierarchy of needs in a circular shape, instead of Abraham Maslow’s Pyramidal shape.



      

The human needs will be either achieved either fully or partially. Once if our spiritual need is fulfilled our other needs will be fulfilled automatically. We can experience self-transcendence through out our life if we give priority to spiritual needs in our life. Jesus teaches his disciples that the rest of the human needs will be fulfilled by the grace of God or fulfilling that needs are not a matter for the existence of a spiritual man. We can achieve a transcendent life with out fulfilling the lower needs. 

We can say that it will change the importance of each need in a person’s life according to the situations. For example, we all have heard many stories of parents who were willing to die for their children. The parent placed far less importance on their own physiological and safety needs and far more importance on their love and belonging needs. The starving artist is another example of someone who places a greater importance on aesthetic needs than other needs.

Dear friends let us all give priority for the will of God and to fulfill his work in our life. Let it be our basic need.

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

St.Gregorios Abdul Galeel Dukhrono Perunnal

The festival of  St.Gregorios Abdul Galeel Dukhrono Perunnal is celebrated on 27th  April every year  in Mor Thoma  Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church at Vadakkanparavoor, situated near the Cochin city of Kerala. This church is dedicated to the famous apostle of Jesus Christ, St Thomas. 
According to the history and traditions of the Indian Church, Apostle St. Thomas (Mor Thoma Sleeho) who reached 'Maliankara' (Malankara) in AD 52 had established a Church at 'North Paravur' (then known as Kottailkavu). This is said to be the first Christian congregation in India. This historic site is located just a few miles south of the ancient port of Kodungallor (Cragnannor). The early Christian converts are believed to be, the Jewish settlers who migrated to the India for trade purposes and also some upper caste Hindus. North Paravur in the early centuries was the most prominent Christian centre in India and it still holds a unique position in the Malankara Church.
St. Gregorios Abdul’ Galeel, the Syrian Orthodox Metropolitan of Jerusalem who came to India in AD.1665 on the request of the Malankara Church to reinstate the Holy Apostolic faith here, is remembered by the local Syrian Christian community with great veneration. It was his untiring efforts that helped to revive the ancient faith and traditions of the Malankara Syrian Christian Church.

His Holiness was born in the city of Mosul in Iraq.  In AD.1654 he was ordained Metropolitan by name 'Thimotheos' for the Omid diocese (Ameed/Diyarbaker) in Turkey by the Patriarch of Antioch Mor Ignatius She'mun. After ten years, the Patriarch elevated him as the Archbishop for the Syrian Orthodox Archdiocese of Jerusalem. In view of the historical importance of the city of Jerusalem in the Christian Church, the Metropolitan residing here was often referred as the 5th Patriarch in the Syrian Orthodox Church. 'Mor Gregorios' was the honorable title entrusted to this Jerusalem Patriarch who was within the spiritual supremacy of the Holy Patriarchal See of Antioch. Thus from his assumption as the Metropolitan of Jerusalem diocese,  Mor Timotheos came to be known as 'Mor Gregorios'.  

During the 16th and 17th Centuries, Malankara Jacobite Syrian Church was subjected to different kinds of religious persecution and suppression from external forces. In that period, first the Nestorians through their emissaries, and later the Catholic Church with the help of Portuguese, established their foothold in Malankara. In 1653, Patriarch Mor Ahatullah who was on his way to Malankara was murdered by the Portuguese navy and drowned in the Arabian Sea. The desperate Malankara church leadership appealed to the Patriarchate for immediate help. To discuss about the serious situation, the Patriarch of Antioch summoned an Episcopal Synod and decided to send his delegate to protect the interests of the Syrian church in Malankara. The mission was boldly undertaken by Archbishop Mor Gregorios Abdul' Jaleel Bava. During his journey he had to encounter many hardships, ultimately he landed near Ponnani, then an important port in north Kerala, in 1665. Bava was fully conscious of the situations prevailing in Malankara and was prepared to face any untoward instances. He stayed there in disguise until some parishioners of the St. Thomas Church, North Paravur visited the place to whom he revealed his identity. They took him to their church and informed others. Thomas Arkadiyokan (the one who was giving leadership to the Malankara church) and others rushed to place, all were very happy to see the delegate from the Apostolic See. Soon after, Mor Gregorios Bava ordained Thomas Arkadiyokan as bishop in the name 'Marthoma I'. With this single act, the holy father reestablished the Malankara-Antioch relationship which was cut off during some time. Later both these bishops jointly travelled the length and breath of Kerala, visiting various Churches and preached to the people and revived the spiritual traditions and faith of the Syriac Christians. In 1670 Mor Gregorios and Marthoma the first, together ordained Marthoma the second. But for His Holiness timely action, the Malankara Church in its present form should not have been in existence. As he was responsible for the re-establishment of Jacobite (Orthodox) faith, Mor Gregorios is known as "Yakub Burdana" of Malankara. Due to the abound love and respect showered on Him by the faithful of the St. Thomas Jacobite Syrian Church, North Paravur, the holy father stayed on for about 7 years there. On 27th April, 1681 A.D. (M.E. 857 Medom 14th, Friday), His Holiness was called to eternal rest and entombed in the North Paravur Church. The sacred tomb of the saintly father has subsequently became a Holy Place for the Syrian Christians.

Thousands of Pilgrims visit the tomb every year seeking his intercession. On April 9, 2000, the supreme head of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch & all the East, H.H the Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I, through an historical bull, permitted to recite the Quqalya hymns and prayers of the Zadeeqo (saints) at the tomb of Mor Gregorios Abdel`Jaleel Bava and beseech his intercession. 

This is what is called determination....

Monday, 26 April 2010

Theological forum of St. Mary’s MSO Church, Vienna

With a view to educate and practice theological aspects of the Syrian Orthodox Church as also to provide opportunity for the members to partake and sermonize the Gospel, a “Theological Forum”  of the St. Mary’s Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church, Vienna, was instituted in November 2008.  Under the leadership of the Vicar, Rev. Fr. Biju Parekkattil, the Forum meets once a month after the Holy Qurbana and a member by rotation used to speak on any theological subject and the Vicar makes in-depth analysis on various facets of the Church.

Following the practice, this month’s meeting was organized on Sunday, the 25th of April 2010 at St. Mary’s MSO Church, Lainzerstrasse 154 A, Vienna and Mr. Ouseph Padickakudi, a parishioner, delivered the message to the forum on the following topic: “The relevance of the Faith of Abraham in our day-to-day life”

Mr. Padickakudi asserted the need of obedience with firm belief that He, our Lord God, would help and rescue them those who really depend upon Him and trust in Him.  He further wished that let our faith in God help us for such an accurate, timely, and speedy decision making and to lead our life unchallenged by the tribulations of the world.

Most of the parish members attended the forum meeting who found it was virtually a Christian fellowship that would enable spiritual revival.

- Report by Fr. Biju Parekkattil, Theological Forum, St. Mary's MSOC, Vienna


Sunday, 25 April 2010

Saturday, 24 April 2010

A few years ago, at the Seattle Special Olympics ...

... nine contestants, all physically or mentally disabled, assembled at the starting line for the 100-yard dash. At the gun, they all started out, not exactly in a dash, but with a relish to run the race to the finish and win. All, that is, except one little boy who stumbled on the asphalt, tumbled over a couple of times, and began to cry. The other eight heard the boy cry. They slowed down and looked back. Then they all turned around and went back......every one of them.
One girl with Down's Syndrome bent down and kissed him and said, "This will make it better." Then all nine linked arms and walked together to the finish line. Everyone in the stadium stood, and the cheering went on for several minutes. People who were there are still telling the story.
Why? Because deep down we know this one thing: What matters in this life is more than winning for ourselves. What matters in this life is helping others win, even if it means slowing down and changing our course. If you pass this on, we may be able to change our hearts as well as someone else's.

"A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle"

Friday, 23 April 2010

ATTITUDE MAKES DIFFERENCE.. !

When it rains all BIRDS occupy shelter, but EAGLE avoid rain by flying above clouds, problem is same to all but ATTITUDE MAKES DIFFERENCE.. !

I feared being alone
Until I learned to like Myself.

I feared failure
Until I realized that I only Fail
when I don't try.

I feared success
Until I realized that I had to try
in order to be happy with myself.

I feared people's opinions
Until I learned that people would
have opinions about me anyway.

I feared rejection
Until I learned to have faith in myself.

I feared pain
Until I learned that it's necessary for growth

I feared the truth
Until I saw the ugliness in lies.

I feared life
Until I experienced its beauty.

I feared death
Until I realized that it's not an end,
but a beginning.

I feared my destiny,
Until I realized that I had the power
to change my life.

I feared hate
Until I saw that it was nothing
more than ignorance.

I feared love
Until it touched my heart,
making the darkness fade into
endless sunny days.

I feared ridicule
Until I learned how to laugh at myself.

I feared growing old
Until I realized that
I gained wisdom every day.

I feared the future
Until I realized that
Life just kept getting better.

I feared the past
Until I realized that
It could no longer hurt me.

I feared the dark
Until I saw the beauty of the starlight.

I feared the light
Until I learned that the
Truth would give me Strength.

I feared change,
Until I saw that even the most beautiful
butterfly had to undergo a Metamorphosis
before it could fly.


If you want to take your mission in life to the next level, if you’re stuck and you don’t know how to rise, don’t look outside yourself. Look inside. Don’t let your fears keep you mired in the crowd.

Abolish your fears and raise your commitment level to the point of no return, and I guarantee you that the “Champion Within” will burst forth to propel you toward victory.

A newly wed girl - "I don't want you all to change your way of life"

FOR ALL THE GIRLS WHO ARE GONNA GET MARRIED (and THE married ONE as well) and husbands, pls pass it on to your wives :-)

A newly wed girl was being welcomed at the husband's home in a traditional manner. She was asked to give a little speech. She addressed as follows:

"My dear family members, I thank you for welcoming me in my new home and family", she said "Firstly, with my presence I would not want to create any inconveniences by my being here. I mean that I don't want you all to change your way of life, your routine."


"What do you mean my child?" asked the patriarch of the family.

What I mean dad is:
Those who used to wash dishes must carry on washing them.
Those who used to do the laundry must carry on doing it.
Those who cooked shouldn't stop on my account.
Those who used to clean should clean.


As for me, I am here just to entertain your son.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

April 23rd. - St. George day

The world is celebrating the memory of Mor Geevarghese Sahada on April 23rd. St. George was a Roman soldier from ancient Palestine in the third century AD. Hagiographers (those studying hagiography: the lives and writings of the saints) indicate he was most likely a historic personage in the guard of the Emperor Diocletian (244-311 AD), an emperor notorious for his persecutions of early Christians. In the most popular and most likely scenario of those involving his real life story, George refused to offer up a sacrifice to the gods of the Roman Empire (a type of refusal which was one of the primary issues of discontent between the Roman Empire and monotheistic cults like Christianity and Judaism). When bribery to coerce his sacrifice failed, he was tortured and purportedly killed three times, all the while refusing to renounce his faith and allegiance to the Christian God. Supposedly his devotion to his cause was so moving, that the pagan priest and writer Athanasius and a potentially fictional consort of Diocletian, the so-called Empress Alexandra, were converted on the spot and were executed alongside George.

By the end of the fourth century AD, his worship was popular in the Near East, particularly in George’s native Palestine and in Turkey. He was canonized (made a saint) in the 4th century in 494 AD . But it was the Crusaders in the Middle Ages who made Mor Geevarghese so popular and by their time, St. George’s story had expanded to include what is today its most prominent and romantic element: George’s encounter with a dragon.

Legend has it that during George’s travels with the Roman legionnaires, George found himself in Lydda in Palestine (potentially also his hometown) where a fearsome dragon was holding the town’s water supply hostage. The townspeople had been distracting if with an offering of a sheep a day in order to sneak past it to collect water. But eventually the dragon had tired of sheep (or they had run out of them) and the town had started sacrificing its young woman to the dragon: one a day. The maidens were chosen for sacrifice by lot, and as it happens, the day George strolled into town was the day a local princess was being offered up. George promptly stepped in between the dragon and the princess, crossed himself (hence his emblem the St. George’s cross, which is prominently featured on the flags of the United Kingdom), killed the dragon and rescued the princess. Some legends have him briefly marrying the princess (who is occasionally given the name Sabra) before rejoining the army in order to make it back to Diocletian in time for his later martyrdom; others have him monastically denying her devotion and the reward of her hand in marriage to pursue his celibate military life.

As such, it is appropriate that he is venerated so widely around the world. He is the patron saint of Genoa, Georgia, Germany, Gozo, Greece, Istanbul, Lithuania, Malta, Moscow, Netherlands, Palestine, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Venice. He is also known as the patron of shepherds, horses, equestrians, warriors, battles, farmers, fighting diseases (all and specifically snakebites, syphilis, herpes, and leprosy).

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

One-day Seminar by Southern Zone of MGJSM on 24th April 2010

Southern Zone of  Mor Gregorios Jacobite Student Movement organizes a One-day Seminar on 24th April, 2010  from 7 am to 1. PM at Michael Mor Dionysius Dayara, Adoor.


 Mor Gregorios Jacobite Student Movement (MGJSM) is the official  Students organization of the Jacobite Syrian Church and was known prior to 1958 period as 'Mar Gregorios Syrian Vidhyarthi Sangam' or the 'Mar Gregorios Syrian Students Association' (MGSSA). This was the first students organization in the whole world that was named after St. Gregorios Chathuruthy- Parumala Thirumeni.   HG.Dr.Kuriakose Mor Theophilose Thirumeni ( President),  Rev. Fr. Bobby John ( General Secretary), Mr. Prasobh Reji (Joint Secretary and Special Coordinator-Thrissur, Malabar, Calicut region), Mr. Arun George (Joint Secretary), Mr. Jijo Thomas( Treasurer), Rev. Dn. Thomas Poothicote (Member & Special Coordinator -Kollam, Niranam, Thumpamon region), Rev. Dn. Eldho Raj (Committee Member), Rev. Dn. Shibu Paul(Committee Member), and Mr. Jerin Matthew (Committee Member) are the   Office-bearers of the Movement.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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Sunday, 18 April 2010

Friday, 16 April 2010

H.E Dr. Julius Hanna Aydin, the Syriac Orthodox bishop of Germany is attacked


Warburg: Mor Julius Hanna Aydin The bishop of the Aramean (Syriac) Orthodox church in Germany has been attacked in the early hours on Thursday. According to NW-News three previously unknown offenders have broken into the Syriac Orthodox monastery in Warburg and fled with a large sum of money.

Hasyo Hanna Aydin was a resident, who Alerted the police in his room, found beaten and tied up with major injuries, but without loss of life, he is transported to the hospital Warburg. With serious injuries, but without loss of life, he is transported to the hospital Warburg.
Hasyo Hanna Aydin said that the perpetrators of a large sum of cash and have therefore stolen laptop and a cell phone.

The act is said to have occurred about 5 clock in the morning. The three armed offenders who have left no evidence of forced entry should be escaped with the loot from 6:45 clock with a presumed black Mercedes with Wiesbaden indicator.
 
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Thursday, 15 April 2010

God's Fool - a story

Once there came from the desert to the great city of Sharia a man who was a dreamer, and he had naught but his garment and staff. And as he walked through the streets he gazed with awe and wonder at the temples and towers and palaces, for the city of Sharia was of surpassing beauty. And he spoke often to the passers-by, questioning them about their city—but they understood not his language, nor he their language.



At the noon hour he stopped before a vast inn. It was built of yellow marble, and people were going in and coming out unhindered. “This must be a shrine,” he said to himself, and he too went in. But what was his surprise to find himself in a hall of great splendour and a large company of men and women seated about many tables. They were eating and drinking and listening to the musicians. ‘Nay,’ said 

the dreamer, ‘This is no worshipping. It must be a feast given by the prince to the people, in celebration of a great event.’
At that moment a man, whom he took to be the slave of the prince, approached him, and bade him be seated. And he was served with meat and wine and most excellent sweets.
When he was satisfied, the dreamer rose to depart. At the door he was stopped by a large man magnificently arrayed.
‘Surely this is the prince himself,’ said the dreamer in his heart, and he bowed to him and thanked him.
Then the large man said in the language of the city: ‘Sir, you have not paid for your dinner.’ 
And the dreamer did not understand, and again thanked him heartily.
Then the large man bethought him, and he looked more closely upon the dreamer. And he saw that he was a stranger, clad in but a poor garment, and that indeed he had not wherewith to pay for his meal. Then the large man clapped his hands and called—and there came four watchmen of the city. And they listened to the large man.
Then they took the dreamer between them, and they were two on each side of him. And the dreamer noted the ceremoniousness of their dress and of their manner and he looked upon them with delight. ‘These,’ said he, ‘are men of distinction.’
And they walked all together until they came to the House of Judgement and they entered. 
The dreamer saw before him, seated upon a throne, a venerable man with flowing beard, robed majestically. And he thought he was the king. And he rejoiced to be brought before him.
Now the watchmen related to the judge, who was the venerable man, the charge against the dreamer, and the judge appointed two advocates, one to present the charge and the other to defend the stranger. And the advocates rose, the one after the other, and delivered each his argument. And the dreamer thought himself to be listening to addresses of welcome, and his heart filled with gratitude to the king and the prince for all that was done for him.
Then sentence was passed upon the dreamer, that upon a tablet about his neck his crime should be written, and that he should ride through the city on a naked horse, with a trumpeter and a drummer before him. And the sentence was carried out forthwith.
Now as the dreamer rode through the city upon the naked horse, with the trumpeter and the drummer before him, the inhabitants of the city came running forth at the sound of the noise, and when they saw him they laughed one and all, and the children ran after him in companies from street to street. And the dreamer's heart was filled with ecstasy, and his eyes shone upon them. For to him the tablet was a sign of the king's blessing and the procession was in his honour.
Now as he rode, he saw among the crowd a man who was from the desert like himself and his heart swelled with joy, and he cried out to him with a shout:
‘Friend! Friend! Where are we? What city of the heart's desire is this? What race of lavish hosts, who feast the chance guest in their palaces, whose princes companion him, whose kings hangs a token upon his breast and opens to him the hospitality of a city descended from heaven?’
And he who was also of the desert replied not. He only smiled and slightly shook his head. 
And the procession passed on. And the dreamer's face was uplifted and his eyes were overflowing with light. 

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Sad Demise of Mr. C. S. Ulahannan (72), Chelappurathu



With deep sorrow informing you the demise of Mr. C. S. Ulahannan(72) ,  
expired on 12th of April 2010 at 08:30 PM in Mannuthy, Trichur.

Mr. Ulahannan, father of 
Johnson Chelappurathu (Austria), 
Shaji Chelappurathu (Austria), 
Reji Chelappurathu (Ireland) and 
Eldo Chelappurathu (Ireland)



Youth-MSOCME extend our deepest condolences to the family.  

Let us pray for the departed soul.

Monday, 12 April 2010

Saturday, 10 April 2010

NAIL IN THE FENCE

There once was a little boy who had a bad temper.


His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily  gradually dwindled down.  He discovered  that   it was easier to hold his temper than to  drive those nails into the fence.


Finally, the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father  suggested that the  boy now pull out one nail each day that he was able to hold his temper.

The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence & said, "You have done well, my son, but look at the  holes in the fence. The fence will never be  the same. When you say things in anger,  they leave a scar just like this one."

It  won't matter how many times you say, "I'm sorry", the wound is still there. " A verbal wound is as bad as a physical one."

Friday, 9 April 2010

The forgotten plight of Palestinian Christians!


Christians around the world have just finished celebrating the Easter holiday--and thousands did so by making the annual pilgrimage to Jerusalem (where the Church of Holy Sepulchre is one of Christianity's most revered sites). Yet for many Palestinian Christians who have attempted to make this journey, ongoing Israeli restrictions on movement have made this a particularly discouraging holiday, with many being turned away at Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank, specifically in Bethlehem where hundreds demonstrated in the week leading up to Easter. 

These events combined with the recent US-Israel controversies regarding Jerusalem have begun to shine a light on one of the more problematic if underreported issues surrounding the Arab-Israeli conflict: namely, Israel's problematic approach to the protection of religious freedom. This of course is a far cry from the many attempts of Israeli officials and supporters to claim it as a beacon of religious freedom that protects the rights of religious minorities and notably of the Christian community in the Holy Land. The deputy consul general of Israel to Florida and Puerto Rico, Paul Hirschson, recently took this questionable notion to extremes, applauding Israel's efforts to protect the religious freedoms of Christians while claiming the rest of Middle Eastern countries and the international community were indifferent to or exacerbated their plight. Sadly, it is Israel that is at the cutting edge of contributing to this tragic reality for Christians in the region.

Thursday, 8 April 2010

Tintumon rocks again!


ടിന്റുമോന്‍ന്‍റെ കോഴി ചത്തു!!!

ടിന്റു മോന്‍റെ വീട്ടിലെ കോഴി ചത്തു. ഇതു അറിഞ്ഞ ടിന്റു മോന്‍ വാവിട്ടു കരഞ്ഞു. അപ്പൊ ടിന്റു മോന്റെ അയല്‍ ക്കാരനായ നാരായണന്‍ ടിന്റു മോനെ ആശ്വസിപ്പിക്കാന്‍ അങ്ങോട്ട്‌ വന്നു.

നാരായണന്‍ : വിഷമിക്കണ്ട മോനെ. ഒരു കോഴി അല്ലെ ചത്ത ത്. എന്‍റെ അച്ഛന്‍ മരിച്ചിട്ട് പോലും ഞാന്‍ കരഞ്ഞിട്ടില്ല.

ടിന്റുമോന്‍ : അതിനു തന്‍റെ അപ്പന്‍ മുട്ട ഇടുമായിരുന്നോ!!!
 

അമ്പലത്തില്‍ ആരും ചെരുപ്പ് ഇടാറില്ല!!!

ടിന്റുമോന്‍ കൂടുകാരനോട്

മിന്നു മോളോട് എനിക്ക് ഐ ലവ് യു പറയണം. അതിനു പറ്റിയ സ്ഥാലം ഏതാ?

കൂട്ടുകാരന്‍ : അമ്പലം.

ടിന്റുമോന്‍ : അമ്പലമോ? അവിടെ എന്താ പ്രത്യെഗത ?

കൂട്ടുകാരന്‍ : അമ്പലത്തില്‍ ആരും ചെരുപ്പ് ഇടാറില്ല!!!

ഞാന്‍ വരുന്നില്ല... ഡോക്ടര്‍ ഒറ്റയ്ക്ക് പോയാല്‍ മതി!!!

ടിന്റുമോന് ചര്‍ദ്ദി പിടിപെട്ടു. ഡോക്ടറുടെ അടുത്ത് പോയ ടിന്റു മോനോട്

ഡോക്ടര്‍ : ഈ മരുന്ന് കുടിക്കു... അതിനു ശേഷം കുറച്ചു കഴിഞ്ഞു വീടും എന്നെ കാണൂ.
കുറച്ചു സമയത്തിന് ശേഷം ടിന്റുമോന്‍ വീണ്ടും ഡോക്ടറെ കാണാന്‍ വന്നു.

ഡോക്ടര്‍ : 
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ടിന്റുമോന്‍ : ഞാന്‍ വരുന്നില്ല... ഡോക്ടര്‍ ഒറ്റയ്ക്ക് പോയാല്‍ മതി!!

TIME & TEMPERATURE AROUND THE WORLD! - Unique and Very Interesting !!!!

This attachment keeps up with the time and temperatures in major cities around the world. It is a very useful attachment to save in your files. It even displays error, when the signal is not properly updated. Very Interesting! !


Click for Rome Fiumicino, Italy Forecast
Rome
(Italy)
Click for Berlin Schoenefeld, Germany Forecast
Berlin
(Allemagne)
Click for Moscow, Russia Forecast
Moscow
(Russia)
Click for Madrid, Spain Forecast
Madrid
(Espagne)
Click for Brussels, Belgium Forecast
Bruxelles National
(Belgium)
Click for San Jose, Guatemala Forecast
San José
(Guatemala)
Click for Acapulco, Mexico Forecast
Acapulco
(Mexique)
Click for Rio, Brazil Forecast
Rio
(Brazil)
Click for Hong Kong, Hong Kong Forecast
Hong Kong
(Chine)
Click for Tokyo Downtown, Japan Forecast
Tokyo
(Japan)
Click for Ovda International Airport, Israel Forecast
Ovda
(Israel)
Click for Makokou, Gabon Forecast
Makokou
(Gabon)
Click for Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic Forecast
Puerto Plata
(Rp. Dominican)
Click for Nassau, Bahamas Forecast
Nassau
(Bahamas)
Click for Port-au-prince, Haiti Forecast
Port-au-Prince
(Haiti)
Click for Athens, Greece Forecast
Athens
(Greece)
Click for Zurich Airport, Switzerland Forecast
Zurich
(Suisse)
Click for Dublin, Ireland Forecast
Dublin
(Ireland)
Click for Beirut, Lebanon Forecast
Bayreuth
(Lebanon)
Click for Budapest Ferihegy, Hungary Forecast
Budapest
(Hongrie)
Click for Belgrade Surcin, Serbia and Montenegro Forecast
Belgrade
(Yugoslavia)
Click for Kuwait, Kuwait Forecast
Kuwait
(Kuwait)
Click for New Delhi, India Forecast
New Delhi
(India)
Click for Paris, France Forecast
Paris
(France)
Click for Quebec, Quebec Forecast
Quebec
(Quebec, Canada)
Click for Ottawa, Ontario Forecast
Ottawa
(Ontario, Canada)
Click for Cairo, Egypt Forecast
Le Cairo
(Egypt)
Click for Casablanca, Morocco Forecast
Casablanca
(Morocco)
Click for Los Angeles, California Forecast
Los Angeles
(California, USA)
Click for Tehran, Iran Forecast
Tehran
(Iran)
Click for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Forecast
Addis Ababa-Bole
(Ethiopia)
Click for Lublin, Poland Forecast
Lublin Radawiec
(Bologna)
Click for Sydney, New South Wales Forecast
Sydney
(Australia)
Click for Miami, Florida Forecast
Miami, Florida
(USA)
Click for Easton, Washington Forecast
Easton Washington
(USA)
Click for Kodiak, Alaska Forecast
Kodiak, Alaska
(USA)
Click for Vostok, Antarctica Forecast
Vostok
(Antartique)
Click for Havana, Cuba Forecast
Havana
(Cuba)
Click for Reykjavik, Iceland Forecast
Reykjavik
(Islander)
Click for Summit, Greenland Forecast
Summit
(Greenland)
Click for Baghdad, Iraq Forecast
Bagdad
(Iraq)
Click for London City, United Kingdom Forecast
Londres
( Angleterre)
Click for Honolulu, Hawaii Forecast
Honolulu
(Hawk, USA)
Click for Las Vegas, Nevada Forecast
Las Vegas
(Nevada, USA)
Click for Montreal, Quebec Forecast
Montreal
(Quebec, Canada)
Click for Prague, Czech Republic Forecast
Prague
(Rpublique Tchque)
Click for San Andres, Colombia Forecast
San Andres
(Colombia)
Click for Barcelona, Spain Forecast
Barcelona
(Espagne)
Click for Saint Denis, Reunion Island Forecast
Saint Denis
(Ile de la Reunion)
Click for Ankara, Turkey Forecast
Turkey
(Ankara)
Click for Lausanne, Switzerland Forecast
Lausanne
(La Suisse)
Click for Jonquiere, Quebec Forecast
Jonquiere
(Quebec, Canada)
Click for Tahiti, French Polynesia Forecast
Polynesia frenzies
(Tahiti)
Click for Niamey, Niger Forecast
Niamey
(Niger)
Click for Shanghai, Shanghai Forecast
Shanghai
(Chine)
Click for Granada, Spain Forecast
Grenade
(Espagne)
Click for Ottawa Gatineau, Quebec Forecast
Gatineau
(Quebec, Canada)
Click for Amsterdam, Netherlands Forecast
Amsterdam
(Pays-Bas)
Click for Mexico City, Mexico Forecast
Mexico city
(Mexico)
Click for New York, New York Forecast
New York
(USA)
Click for San Francisco, California Forecast
San Francisco
(California, USA)
Click for Nairobi Jomo, Kenya Forecast
Nairobi
(Kenya)
Click for Brisbane, Queensland Forecast
Brisbane
(Queensland, Australia)
Click for Lisbon, Portugal Forecast
Lisbon
(Portugal)
Click for Edmonton, Alberta Forecast
Edmonton
(Alberta, Canada)
Click for Fredericton, New Brunswick Forecast
Fredericton
(N.B. Canada)
Click for Tel Aviv, Israel Forecast
Tel Aviv
(Israel)
Click for Noumea, New Caledonia Forecast
Noemi
(Nouvelle Caledonia)
Click for Guatemala, Guatemala Forecast
Guatemala
(Guatemala)
Click for Tunis-Carthage, Tunisia Forecast
Tunis
(Tunisia)
Click for Strasbourg, France Forecast
Strasbourg
(France)
Click for Portland, Maine Forecast
Portland Maine
(USA)