Monday, 1 October 2012

Carpe Diem !

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

Mahatma Gandhi

All these things in the world is like a never-ending circle
Don't ever ask for answers or even conclusion
Life is a mystery, every brand new day is a new journey
Every moment in the past will always be a hidden chapter of our lives
You might run, but you can't hide
You might forgive, but you can't forget
We are human being, we have heart, we have soul
We think, we act, we love, we hurt
We are the one who make our own happiness, in contrary, we also the one who create our own misery
It's important to seize the day, cherish the moment, live in the present and be grateful of what we have today
Because we never know what tomorrow brings.

Monday, 23 July 2012


a fortunate accident.

it might just a simple accident that leads to happiness.
but it is a destiny, a fate, which designed to be.

serendipity, if it's meant to be, it will be.

Saturday, 14 April 2012


what is loneliness?
what is happiness?

Monday, 21 November 2011

november rain, a year later.

Rain, cure every inch of worry.
Bless every step in the long path.
Leave sorrow, prepare for tomorrow
Flying away, throwing away the burden
Writing a rhapsody, daydreaming...

Sometimes things are way too far from perfection, beyond expectation.
With a little faith and enormous efforts, miracle happens
dreams do come true, prepare for the sunlight


Big dreamer, enthusiastic doer :)

Saturday, 16 April 2011

man behind the gun

Human beings must have action; and they will make it if they cannot find it.

Albert Einstein

There's always a man behind the gun. The one who pulls out the trigger, so the bullet could strike the target. Our body is a system. It's like a tool, and these whole systems are being ordered and monitored by our brain. Every steps that we take, every decisions that we've made it came from ourselves. We are the one who pulled out the trigger, we are the man who did the action. Other people may say things, they have a rights to give their voice. But at the end of the day, it will back to us. We need to trust ourselves, trust our instinct, let our brains order the system, so the bullet won't miss the target. Because we are the man behind the gun and it will always be.

Friday, 25 February 2011

remarkable love story

The more I know of the world, the more I am convinced that I shall never see a man whom I can really love. 

Jane Austen

Jane Austen, love story and happy ending. She made some beautiful stories. I bet you know the famous one, Pride and Prejudice, or Sense and Sensibility, or Emma, or Persuasion, and more. On Becoming Jane, Jane Austen (played by Anne Hathaway) says “My characters shall have, after a little trouble, all that they desire”. If you read or watched Pride and Prejudice, or Sense and Sensibility, all the characters are eventually end up together with the men they loved, live happily ever after. I haven’t got a chance to finish Pride and Prejudice novel, but the movie tells much.

I watched Becoming Jane today for the third time. I laughed, I cried, and sighed at the same scene (last scene where Jane met another Jane, daughter of Tom Lefroy). Watching a remarkable love story of Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy, gives an agony and contentment at the same time. She loved the man. She believed that affection is a must in every relationship, but she gave up her love, because she cared too much with his family, his life. She died at 41, unmarried. What about Tom Lefroy? He eventually married with Mary Paul, but he named his eldest daughter Jane Christmas Lefroy. Thoughts? After Jane Austen? Well yes according to Becoming Jane. The truth? Nobody knows.

Again, nobody knows exactly how much she was in love with him, but according to her letter to her sister, Cassandra (who also remained unmarried), we can tell that there’s something between them.

"At length the Day is come on which I am to flirt my last with Tom Lefroy, & when you receive this it will be over--My tears flow as I write, at the melancholy idea."

letter to Cassandra
January 15, 1796 [2]

You can read the rests here

Jane Austen began to write First Impression (later Pride and Prejudice) after she met Tom Lefroy, some believe the main characters, Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy reflect Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy, their stories, how they met, but she gave Elizabeth her truly desire, Mr. Darcy.

My point is there’s always a reason behind an action, Jane Austen and Tom Lefroy didn’t end up together, but it’s for their own good, I suppose. If (I said IF) they ended up together, maybe (I also said MAYBE) we will never get a chance to read her amazing novels. 

Thursday, 10 February 2011


Better a thousand times careful than once dead.


hey people, please THINK!!

today, i had a very bad day! i wished i could went back home before late, but i found out that TransJakarta, destination to Ragunan were not temporarily operating.

a minute later, my mom told me that there was an accident earlier. a 5-yo kid was dead because he was accidentally crashed by TransJakarta.

you can read the news here

after that accident, local people has blockaded the bus-way, and you can tell the impact; hundreds (or maybe thousands, i was one of the victim) of people were neglected, they can't return back to their home, they have been depending their daily-transportation with TransJakarta, and because of this accident, they had to find another alternatives.

i'm not saying that the driver was innocent, he has to pay attention to the road in the first place, so this accident won't happen, I also would like to send my deepest condolences to his family, but come on, you know the rules, there are HUNDREDS OF BRIDGES here in Jakarta for Heaven's sake (sorry, i'm exaggerating). you can use that. people should not cross the road whenever they want to. it's FORBIDDEN ! Note that ! you can easily find the nearest JPO (Jembatan Penyeberangan Orang), it may takes several minutes (3 minutes max, i counted it), but it's safe.

come on, let's change this habit, use the JPO, our lives are way more precious than the idea of crossing the road freely, and out of the blue the giant bus just stormed out, then BANG, you're in different world now, seriously? seriously?! SERIOUSLY!?