Sail through the crimson skies…

I am dedicating a song in honor of…

Ricky, a friend I met while sharing the same interest, on the first year anniversary of his passing.

Florante and Edison, friends I shared college my years and beyond, on their first month of moving on.

I will miss you guys.

You Can Still Be Free
by Savage Garden

Cool breeze and autumn leaves
Slow motion daylight
A lone pair of watchful eyes
Oversee the living
Feel the presence all around
A tortured soul
A wound unhealing
No regrets or promises
The past is gone
But you can still be free
If time will set you free
Time now to spread your wings
To take to flight
The life endeavour
Aim for the burning sun
You\’re trapped inside
But you can still be free
If time will set you free
But it\’s a long long way to go

Keep moving way up high
You see the light
It shines forever
Sail through the crimson skies
The purest light
The light that sets you free
If time will set you free

Sail through the wind and rain tonight
You\’re free to fly tonight
And you can still be free
If time will set you free
And going higher than the mountain tops
And go high like the wind don\’t stop
And go high
Free to fly tonight
Free to fly tonight

Did you know…

… that according to Japanese scientists, they found no evidence to support the fears that using a mobile phone boosts the risk of cerebral cancer? [Agence France-Presse, 02/06/2008]

… that according to a Canadian study, a child born of a teenage father is more likely to have problems at birth ranging from pre-term delivery and low birth weight? [Agence France-Presse, 02/07/2008]

… that according to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO), tobacco could kill more than one billion this century? [Agence France-Presse, 02/08/2008]

… that \”Health bread\” is considered a compromise between virtue and vice? [Philippine Daily Inquirer, 02/08/2008]

… that Filipinos’ love of drinking inspired the invention of \”Vitamin Beer\”? [Philippine Daily Inquirer, 02/10/2008]

… that a team of Thai scientists has developed a virus prototype to treat patients infected with rabies? [Asia News Network, 02/13/2008]

crossposted at the promdigeek