[ENG] Because Love Should Never Finds a Reason to Leave


When i was 12, Love will be a prince riding a horse with a flower on his hands kneeling before me. Today i realize the most important thing about Love. Love isn’t just about the flower or the Saturday dates. True love isn’t just about a feeling, Love is a decision and commitment.

“True Love doesn’t stop when everything changes. But everything changes when you stop loving.”  – marlisa tenggara –

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[ENG] The Perfect Blend


I’ve just been invited to the Digital Coffee Talk at Starbucks Reserved, Grand Indonesia last night. And i learned a lot of things!

Learning about coffee makes me realize how complicated but yet how beautiful the process of making these coffees, and i am amazed. But then i remembered one old story that i got from one seminar at my office couple of months ago about coffee and life. So, what’s exactly that Coffee can do with your life?

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[ENG] Nothing’s Wrong with Being Vulnerable


“someone who is vulnerable is weak or easy to hurt physically or mentally; a thing, person, or place that is vulnerable is easy to attack; easily damaged by something negative or harmful.” (source : macmillandictionary)


“capable of or susceptible to being wounded or hurt, as by weapon.” (source : dictionary.reference)

Let’s take the word vulnerable in a different way today.

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[ENG] Note for every parents : Everything starts from inside the blanket !


“Brains scans have revealed children who experience “mild to moderate” family problems up to the age of 11 suffer impaired brain development and could be at risk of psychiatric illness.” (source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/)


“Your kids are listening to you, even when they are asleep.” (source : http://www.npr.org/)

“During a moment of stress, however, the calming parasympathetic nervous system becomes less dominant, and the sympathetic nervous system kicks in, triggering the fight-or-flight response. Pupils dilate, the sweat glands kick into action, the blood vessels constrict and the heart speeds up. These responses can be useful in the short term — active blood flow and primed sweat glands are beneficial for, say, running from a lion — but over time, repeated activation of this system and suppression of the parasympathetic system can be rough on the body.” (source : http://www.livescience.com/)

Well, that’s the theories and These are the true stories (names are disguised) :

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