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Monday, January 27, 2014

Birthday Tribute: Why We Are Here?

This is a poem I composed while I was taking a break inside my office in the school as a tribute to Ma'm Rosario R. Arranguez, district II supervisor as she celebrates her 61st birthday anniversary, that will be held at the learning resource center of La Carlota North Elem. School. The district II which I belong handled the afternoon birthday party.

Ma'm Rosario Arranguez
The first part of the simple program commenced with a  photo slide presentation as a glimpse of Ma'm Arranguez's happy days as a classroom teacher, as a principal and as a supervisor with the background music of 'Those Were The Days".  Then it was followed by the giving of 7 treasures by the special education integrated school teachers to Ma'm Arranguez, then by 7 roses given by school heads of three districts as they danced with the celebrant while handing in a stick of red roses.

Another ceremony was lighting of candle done by a representative from District I, II, III, Administrative, education supervisor, and the Division represented by the schools division superintendent with their respective wishes.

Why we Are Here

"Why We Are Here" was written by me in a spur of a moment based in the acrostic ROSARIO.

Remember what God has commanded His children
"Go ye and multiply", my sisters, my brethren.
"Replenish the earth…" with joy and they’re glad
For He’s with them, their loving and caring God.

Obedience is the first law in heaven
No chaos, turmoil, disorder’s been
For God has tried His children, big or small
To be faithful, obedient, one and all.

Seek ye first the kingdom of God
In all their dealings and won’t be sad.
From sunrise to sunset all is well
Eternal happiness, their heart will swell.

Anxious for troubles, right and left of them
Of testing their unwavering faith in Him
Couldn’t be solved unless they pray
For God, their Savior has the answer as final say.

Reputation makes them eligible per se
To enter God’s kingdom as they would see
The mansions prepared for them
As they value God’s pure love in them.

In the name of Jesus, they do everything
For He’s their living water that keeps on flowing
To quench their thirst of salvation after sinning
And realizing the pure love of Christ, without questioning.

O God, their God, our God, we humbly beseech thee today
That we are here in this momentous and memorable day
To honor this wonderful woman, we truly endear
To all kindred, tongue and nations, loud and clear.

ROSARIO, that is her precious name
In her own unique way, she’s the best, full of fame
With all might, mind and strength we join her too
By saying, “Ma’m Rosario, we love you!”



Giving of 7 treasures by SPED teacher
Giving of Wishes

In my part, I did it by singing a line from the song, "I Wish" popularized by a local noted late male singer, Diomedes Maturan. The line I sang, "I wish that you're with us, when we were lonely. I wish that you're with me, when we were sad..." and continued saying that she should stay as sweet as she is forever and ever.

The party was over. Everyone was full. Everyone was happy. Ma'm Arranguez was so thankful for the attendance of everyone, for their support and well wishes.

Ma'm Arranguez, happy, happy birthday!

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