Discussion in '☋ Dumaguete City ☋' started by hsemitara, Jun 26, 2010.
Now that is a Slant on the subject to be pondered on.:p
haha i always see old fat white dudes wit young filipinas..garantee $
anyways so i was in mart 1 yesterday and the prayer came on agian geez so i kept doing my bussiness going up the escalator and walking around after i guess they played mart 1s theme song and everyone that worked there started dancing haha was cute..
I went to the Land Office in Sibulan to pay my property tax, and they played the 3 o'clock prayer and everybody stopped what they are doing...means they do it pretty much in the gov't offices too.
Seems to be a Philippine Thing.
Have you heard the morning prayer at Lee Plaza? I heard it a couple of weeks ago. I cannot be certain of the exact time, but it was around 9 am give or take a little. I believe it is meant for the employees to listen to before the doors open upstairs as I was in the grocery when I heard it.
I can't recite it, but it has something to do with being a good employee and not stealing from the big Chinaman in the sky (Mr Lee). I am sure it is a special prayer for St Chinajunk.
I got to say I like it better than the Muslim call to prayer I used to here in some of the garden spots I got to work in years ago.
Note to Myself.......don't get Asawa in the bedroom @ 1500.......all will stop.
I am Tom, new to forum but I have been reading most threads. Asawa is in Quezon City....We are going to settle in Her Province Negros Oriental soon.
Welcome Tom, hope you and your good lady find contentment when you setle here.
I was in Robinsons food hall when the Hallelujah Hour came on. All the employees stood around with a blank look on their faces. It was a bit puzzling to me, because when the Message from the Messiah had finished, nothing changed.
As a seaman I would visit Surabaya Indonesia frequently.
I would sometimes sleep ashore (:D) and I always thought the Muslim morning call to prayer was quite cool.
The singing Muslim sounded so foreign and exotic.
agreed...If you stay in Ermita there is a mosque there next to the Duck Inn, Ermita is the Muslim area of Manila. Use to lay there and listen to the call to prayer, thought it very enchanting. I even managed to get a recording of one through a friend