I have a high appreciation for guys who loves their significant others just as much as the first time they fall or more. Guys who go the extra miles to understand. Guys who feels blessed with the person they are with now and totally adores them. Guys who realize that his future will be better if they are together. :)
For those who have found him, congrats, he’s a keeper. For those who are still waiting, hope he changes for the better. For those who are still looking, hopefully he’s just around the corner. ♥ – Read on Path.
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Terima kasih :’) – Read on Path.
Things do tend to get tougher in life as we grow older.Career. Education. Love. Decisions.
All those things that you look forward to when you were little suddenly aren’t quite that simple anymore.
The burden gets heavier, the challenges become harder.
As a person who right now does not have a very clear idea about what should I be doing for the future, things do get a little scary.
When the conversations you had last night just got you thinking, is this the right decision that I’m making? Why hasn’t that thought crossed your mind at least once? Am I just not good enough? Should I just leave to be egoistic and aim higher at what I want? Are we in the same page? Why does this bug me? And the question just keep coming and coming and coming…
In fact, as we grow old, things do get tougher.
We analyze every decision so carefully that sometime we over think and predict stuff that will almost entirely have a pretty small chance of happening.
But admits all that, I still have faith.
Faith that God does not give you challenges or burden that you can’t handle. It’s just a way to test out our capacity and capability.
After we’re done, we can look back and see how much we develop, how much we grow and amazingly how easy and small it was now compared to then.
For example? Like writing undergrad thesis. It was an unbearable process then, but now it seems quite simple (yeah, since I got a big one coming -_- master thesis). But anyhow, that’s how I feel.
So I guess I just have to tackle all this one by one then.
Getting the answers to the questions, doing things that needs to be done and planning what needs to be planned.
All that with just one simple magic prayer word to start it all, bismillahirahmanirrahim. :)
- written during rainy season in Bogor, West Java. Perfect condition to sit and wonder about these small but powerful things.
Indonesia have a bright future ahead. Why not? We are one of the biggest country in the world, plenty of natural resources, strategic geographical position like what all of us learned since elementary school and a you-can-get-anything-done-anywhere-and-by-anyone lifestyle. But imagine 10, 20, 30 years in the future. What do we want Indonesia to be? And are we, now, what our founding fathers and what the veterans hoped we would be?
This is the part when youth comes in. Youth in Indonesia who populated 25% of the population in pretty powerful. We are in charge of this country in basically a couple of decades. However, do the youth today really have what it takes to make Indonesia at least a better place in the future? Looking at today’s problems such as social inequality, consumptive lifestyle, lack of education, criminality and youth related trouble, it seems that Indonesian youth really have to step up the game if we really want the dreams we have today to happen in the future.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are creative. Able to solve problems efficiently with a quick mind. Able to think outside the box and get fresh, useful ideas.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are not afraid to make a change. They are not afraid to stick up for the right thing. Desire a better environment and living.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are honest. The ones that does things for the sake of others. Those who has squeaky clean leadership.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are humble. Staying true to their grassroot understanding. Having compassion for those in need.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are capable. They are the ones who excel in their own talent. Making Indonesia a better place in their own expertise.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are high in tolerance, willing to embrace differences and work together to achieve a sustainable network.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are strong. Ready to face anything the society throws at them. Have a high dignity and self respect.
We NEED Indonesian youth who have a strong vision on what Indonesia can do in the future. Remember, your dreams drives you to do great things.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are acting locally. Willing to create a difference in their own society. Searching Indonesia’s potential and maximize its strength.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are thinking globally. Able to compete by bringing Indonesia’s name to the global table. Who are able to show how powerful this nation is in the international world.
We NEED Indonesian youth who are proud to be Indonesian.
85 years has passed since Sumpah Pemuda. An oath that unites youth during those time, to stick together as one Indonesia. Now’s the time maybe to renew our oath. An oath that stated not only that we unite for Indonesia, but an oath to be able to do great things for Indonesia.
Selamat Hari Sumpah Pemuda, Indonesia.
I hope I’ll be able to do the great things that I said I will do. One day. :)
pictures from the Indonesian delegates to the 19th Tri University Event