Will I?

Humans behave irrationally and radical all the time.

Things that are called “big change for the better future” was sometimes just a new point on the path toward a vicious circle of destruction.

Leaving only hope for the little things that are “genuine kindness to me and people around me”, which may, when collected will then provide change for the common good.

All it takes only a sense of trust.

Unfortunately it is very expensive at this time.

My question is very simple now, would you believe?

Will I?

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The night sky suddenly turn to bright, f…

The night sky suddenly turn to bright,
for the lightning paint it into white.
Like what you thought a true love in your past side,
it move in a speed of light.
Yet it won’t stop your eyes from opening wide,
even in the middle of the night.
I scared, I cried.
I choose to hide.
And I refuse to find out.

Hitung nafas yg terasa berat. Ku kan sak…

Hitung nafas yg terasa berat.
Ku kan sakit dan pergi, tanpa waktu yg pasti.
Melawan hati yang tak pernah padam dan hilang.
Kuucapkan maaf berharap kumasih mampu ada di sini.
Sayangnya aku bukan seorang pengecut brengsek.
I wish tho.

“Hobbes: Is it alright to remain ignorant?
Calvin: I don’t know, but I refuse to find out.” (Calvin and Hobbes, by Bill Waterson)

Yes, ignorance is a bliss.
I love living in a bliss,
atleast for now.

This is a part of what a family is about…

This is a part of what a family is about, not just love, but letting others know there’s someone who is watching out for them. It’s what I missed so much when my mother died -what I call your ‘spiritual security’- knowing that your family will be there watching out for you. Nothing else will give you that. Not money. Not Fame.

Morrie Schuwartz in Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom, 1997