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Hmong Culture & History / Signs what does it mean?
« on: June 16, 2014, 08:27:54 PM »
After 15 years of losing the love of my life to another man due to Hmong culture. We finally found each other again, but everything around us has changed; I have a family of my own, and she has someone new who she's planning to get married. We've talked about getting back together and so forth, so two weeks ago, I decided to take sometime to think about it.  I went into the wood, it's a place where I always go when I need guidance. 

When I got there, just got out of my car, and started my walk, there's a bald eagle (it's very rare in my state to see such) staring straight at me, without any movement. I continued near the eagle and it flew away.  As I went through the trial and make my way to the lake, there's a white crane, same posture, staring at me. I looked at it for a few minutes, but it didnt fly away, so I continue my path.  I continue to the middle of the wood and meditate for 2 hours, the return home.

The next day, there's a white hawk hovering around my house, and landed on the roof of  my garage ( Never have I've seen a white hawk before).  This hawk kept on staring at me and it wont fly away, so I just mind my own business, when I returned about 30 minutes later, it's gone, but still hovering around my houses.

What does this mean?

Hmong Culture & History / Re: Songs on VP.
« on: May 12, 2014, 10:20:09 PM »
It's awkward, people are worth more dead than alive.

VP has my greatest respect in my life, for he is able to unite the Hmong people.

Funeral Rituals & Customs / Re: Txiv Xaiv: funeral songs
« on: May 12, 2014, 01:40:59 PM »
It's too sad...

Hmong Culture & History / Re: Hmong Shamanism Should be Eliminated
« on: February 23, 2014, 04:00:24 PM »
Can you accept the fact that your so call son of God is a bastard? Your so call virgin Mary is a slut?

Look at all the facts...

College Life / Attention College Students!!!!
« on: January 28, 2014, 08:49:39 PM »
Tax season is here, if you're not claimed as a dependent by your parent, or anyone else,  you're entitled to $1000. Even if you don't work at all.

Computer & Technology / Website designer wanted...
« on: November 08, 2013, 09:36:26 PM »
Anyone in here up for the job?

It's for insurance business with back office for agents.

Budget is $500, must be completed by end of year.

I was going to put the project in Odesk and eLance but thought I should reach out to my Hmong people first.

If you're interested pm me with your email and I'll provide details.

Funeral Rituals & Customs / Re: Roles of Muam Phauj
« on: January 08, 2013, 11:03:08 PM »
Probably got to this too late, but depends on what muamphauj they're calling you for? Lawv kom koj mus qaijkaus, or pais hlub?

Those two words means alot..

Funeral Rituals & Customs / Re: The Story Behind Txiv Xaiv
« on: January 08, 2013, 11:01:14 PM »
So far so good...what I really want is the Hmong experts in PH to explain to it me...because my dad's funeral we did not have Txiv Xaiv (per his request) and I totally understand why...and the story behind it.

Funeral Rituals & Customs / Re: Taking Out Txiv Xaiv of Funeral session
« on: January 08, 2013, 10:53:23 PM »
Yeah but the Christians don't have to hear and bow to it all night long.  Many were taught from a young age to read and memorize the verses.  Cov txawj mloog txiv xaiv are the Old Gs. 

It's all in Hmong, so if you're Hmong you'll know what they're saying. It's proverb, and blessing!!

Funeral Rituals & Customs / Re: lub ncuav tso plig...
« on: January 08, 2013, 10:50:30 PM »
Interesting... never thought of the "reason why".

I will ask.

Kuv tsistxawj sau ua lus askiv li nej cov uas yog Ph.D. Tabsis kuv xavtias tsoom Hmoob hluas yeej tsuashnov covlaus thamxwb yeej tsis paub qhovtseeb, thiab tsis totaub lubjiab. Yogli kev sibcav thiaj tsismuaj chawxaus. lolus uas haistias Hmoob yog txhawv hauv suavteb los thiab haistias suav thiab Hmoob yeej yog kwvtij no twb txhaum (tsisyog) lawm. Nej yog neeg Mekas nej haislus Hmoob thiaj tsis raug thiab tsis yog lawd!... Tamsimno, kuv tsisnrog nej cavtxog cov Christian los non-Christian, Kuv tsuas xavpaub neejhmoob qhovtseeb xwb? Uali zaj tawkev ne! ho coj Hmoob tusplig mus rau qhovtwg lawmtiag? Thaum kuv pom koj daim thivmeemteb (Mape) kuj uarau kuv ceeb thiab.   

Kuv qhia rau koj tias kuv family is very traditional. Kuv txiv coj kev cai hmoob nruj heev, nws tawkev, ua kav xwv, ua mejkoob, ua txiv nkauj, ua Txiv xaiv. Tag nrho ib puas tsav yam, kuv txiv kam qhia kuv tabsis, taw kev kuv txiv tsis kam...

Nws tagsim neej xyoo tag los lawm.

When I'm very successful in my business venture, my top priority is to find out who Hmong really is...


Too bad QhuabKe is prohibited to be play inside the house...or listen to it everyday...

I do wonder, what if we do listen to it everyday...

Computer & Technology / Re: Whats the best tablet for under $100?
« on: December 07, 2012, 07:41:25 PM »
It's not for me...looking to get one for my kids christmas present.

Computer & Technology / Whats the best tablet for under $100?
« on: December 03, 2012, 08:08:50 PM »
If you're just browsing internet, youtube, fb, and playing games...?

Requirement is: Wi-fi, fast and reliable.

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