Zentraveler wishes everyone Mabuhay!

Why not start out the New Years by wishing every single person on the planet Mabuhay (ma-boo-hay). Mabuhay is a Philipino verb in the form of a command which simply means live. It is also used as a wish… May you live and is given as a great gift for a long and full life.

Secondary uses of Mabuhay include: welcome, congratulations, thanks, godspeed, hello, good luck, cheers, posit, sante, viva, kambei, and aloha…all a part of life.

Mabuhay is an invocation and a celebration of life itself. Why not tell every single person you meet throughout the year Mabuhay. With taking the time to utter the word Mabuhay you may help someone have a good life. If every single person followed this advice we could be instrumental in creating a better world in which to live.

I will end this blog by simply stating MABUHAY.

QUOTE: Less is more! More or less that is.

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW: Davao, Philippines is the largest city in the world. (in geographical size)

THINGS YOU WANT TO SAVE: The Philippine Eagle! One of the largest eagles in the world the Philipine Eagle is one of the most magnificant birds in the Universe. It has a wingspread of over seven and one half feet and naturalists are making great inroads in saving this species.

ZENTRAVELER SAYS: Mabuhay! Need I say more.

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone! and on and on and on.

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